Slade in Flame (album)

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Slade in Flame
Soundtrack album by
Released29 November 1974
Genre
Length41:20
LabelPolydor (UK)
Warner Bros. (US)
ProducerChas Chandler
Slade chronology
Old New Borrowed and Blue
(1974)
Slade in Flame
(1974)
Nobody's Fools
(1976)
Singles from Slade in Flame
  1. "Far Far Away"
    Released: 11 October 1974
  2. "How Does It Feel?"
    Released: 7 February 1975

Slade in Flame is a 1974 rock album by English band Slade. It was the band's fifth studio album. The album was a soundtrack to the band's own 1975 film Slade in Flame. A successful album, it went to number six in the UK.

The album featured the singles "Far Far Away" and "How Does It Feel?".

Track listing[change | change source]

No. TitleWriter(s)UK chart position Length
1. "How Does It Feel?"  Holder/Lea15 5:57
2. "Them Kinda Monkeys Can't Swing"  Holder/Lea  3:25
3. "So Far So Good"  Holder/Lea  3:00
4. "Summer Song (Wishing You Were Here)"  Holder/Lea  3:36
5. "O.K. Yesterday Was Yesterday"  Holder/Lea  3:58
6. "Far Far Away"  Holder/Lea2 3:37
7. "This Girl"  Holder/Lea  3:32
8. "Lay It Down"  Holder/Lea  4:10
9. "Heaven Knows"  Holder/Lea  3:56
10. "Standin' on the Corner"  Holder/Lea  4:54
Total length:
41:20

There were "Bangin' Man" instead of "Summer Song (Wishing You Were Here)" and "Thanks For The Memories" instead of "Heaven Knows" on US version.

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