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Slade - Crackers - The Rockin' Party Album! - Slade CD new and sealed
Slade - Crackers - The Rockin' Party Album! - Slade CD new and sealed
Slade - Crackers - The Rockin' Party Album! - Slade CD BWVG The Fast Free
Slade - Crackers - The Rockin' Party Album! - Slade CD BWVG The Fast Free

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1985

Label: Castle Communications (France)

Catalog Number: CCSCD 401

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Noddy Holder lead vocals, guitar, backing vocals
Jimmy Lea bass, keyboards, guitar, vocals
Dave Hill guitar, backing vocals
Don Powell drums
1.  Merry Xmas Everybody  
2.  Let's Dance  
3.  Santa Claus is Coming to Town  
4.  When I'm Dancing I Ain't Fighting  
5.  We'll Bring the House Down  
6.  Cum On Feel the Noize  
7.  All Join Hands  
8.  Do You Believe in Miracles  
9.  Let's Have a Party  
10.  Get Down and Get With It  
11.  My Oh My  
12.  Run Runaway  
13.  Mama Weer All Crazee Now  
14.  Okey Cokey  
15.  Here's to the New Year  
16.  Auld Lang Syne/You'll Never Walk Alone  

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From: jason (FA - Q) Date: July 12, 2002 at 22:33
This looks like a really good CD. They did the original version of "Cum On Feel The Noize", right?? This album came out in 1985 and I thought that Quiet Riot's version of that song came out in 1983/84????

From: T-BONE Date: July 13, 2002 at 3:01
This is a best of cd jason. Slade did Cum On Feel The Noize in 73-74 also Mama Weer All Crazee Now around the same time. Britny Fox did a cover of Slade's song Goodbye T'Jane on their first cd. When you hear Slade doing Cum on Feel The Noize, it's like when you compare Motley's version of Smokin' In The Boys Room to Brownsville Station's original. Slade were a pretty good band in the 70's. They should have been bigger than they were.

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: July 13, 2002 at 15:35
T-Bone, the same is true about Britny Fox's Gudbye T'Jane and the original. I also agree about Slade. They should've been a bigger band.

From: T-BONE Date: July 14, 2002 at 4:21
Mama's Boys also did a cover of Slade's Mama Weer All Crazee Now on their Collection cd. Quiet Riot's version is much better.

From: 4real Date: November 25, 2002 at 0:43
Cum on boyz! Nothing can beat the original versions of "Cum on feel the noize" of "Gudbye 'T Jane" by SLADE! All other versions are lame attempts. Want Slade songs? GET SLADE!!!!! nuff said.....

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