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|1.||How Does It Feel|
|2.||Them Kinda Monkeys Can't Swing|
|3.||So Far, So Good|
|5.||O.K. Yesterday Was Yesterday|
|6.||Far Far Away|
|8.||Lay It Down|
|9.||Thanks for the Memory|
|10.||Standin' on the Corner|
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|From: Brian McIntosh||Date: October 9, 2003 at 12:27|
|I bought this in 1974. Even today it moves me. Good rock, a bit o' boogie, & horns for toe-tapping. Not a bad song in the bunch. The horns give it style & a parallel with the classic Who lp "Quadraphenia", (not to mention works also by Chase, Foghat, The Flock, Uriah Heep, & countless others who've used horns to a grand scale.) Although not the most reknown Slade lp this is my definate "keeper" out of them all. The anthemic words "So far so good doing what we should!" still ring in my ears.|
|From:||Date: January 19, 2005 at 18:58|
|The title of this LP is Slade In FLAME. FLAME was an underrated 1974 film starring the boys -- available on DVD, so check it out !!|
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