4 Number Ones: THE BEATLES – THE STONES – THE KINKS – SLADE

13 September 2021

Four number ones in the UK
on this day in 1964 – 1965 – 1968 – 1972

Band: The Kinks
Song: You Really Got Me

No 1 on 13 September 1964

THE KINKS: Discography

Band: The Rolling Stones
Song: (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

No 1 on 13 September 1965

THE ROLLING STONES: Discography

Band: THE BEATLES
Single: HEY JUDE

No 1 on 13 September 1968

THE BEATLES: Discography

Band: SLADE
Single: MAMA WEER ALL CRAZEE NOW

No 1 on 13 September 1972

SLADE: Discography

Happy 75 To NODDY HOLDER – Loudmouth Of Glam Rock Legends SLADE

15 June 2021

Neville John “Noddy” Holder was born on 15 June 1946. Happy 75 to the
brilliantly loudmouthed frontman of glam rock legends SLADE who scored a
stunning series of massive get-down-and-get-with-it hits in the 70s. He left the
band in 1992, starting a new career as radio presenter, television personality,
actor and voice-over artist. Back in 1980 after Bon Scott, singer of legendary
hard rockers AC/DC passed away he was asked to replace Scott. Holder said
no: “My loyalty is to Slade”.

Well alright everybody, let your hair down
Want to see everybody get up off their seat
Clap your hands stamp your feet, get down
get with it

Three big Slade moments to
celebrate Noddy‘s birthday…

– GET DOWN AND GET WITH IT –

– CUM ON FEEL THE NOIZE –

– COZ I LUV YOU –

SLADE: BioDiscography

(photo on top: cover of Holder’s book: ‘The World According To…)

‘Cum On Feel The Noize’ by SLADE – No 1 Hit In The UK This Day In 1973

Top singles from the past

3 March 2021

Band: SLADE (Wolverhampton)
Active: 1966–present

Single: CUM ON FEEL THE NOIZE
Released: February 1973

Note: Frontman Noddy Holder‘s shouting “Baby, baby, baby
at the start was actually a microphone test, not intended to
be on the record.

Score: It was the band’s 4th number one in the UK topping the
charts on 3 March 1973 – 48 years ago today. It sold 500,000
copies in the first 3 weeks. American hard rockers Quiet Riot
covered the cracker in 1983, it became a huge hit in the US.

C’mon, get wild, wild, wild

SLADE: Biography – Discography

Probably The Most Loved And Most Hated Xmas Song Ever Was Released 46 Years Ago…

Knockouts from the past

17 December 2019

46 years ago, on 17 December 1973, the Wolverhampton glam rockers SLADE released super catchy sing-along single ‘MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY‘. It became a huge hit selling more than 1 million copies worldwide. It’s probably both the most loved and the most hated Xmas song ever as every single year since 1973 you just can’t escape it. It’s
on the radio, in stores, in cafés and restaurants, on Christmas markets, it’s everywhere. Even on Turn Up The Volume!

C’mon, all together now…

SLADE: Biography

OASIS – ‘Cum On Feel The Noize’ – BBC TV Show ‘Later With Jools Holland’ – 1995

Remarkable live moments

Band: Oasis
Song: Cum On Feel The Noize – a cover of one of 70s glam rockers Slade‘s biggest
hits. The Oasis cover was one of the B-sides of their single Don’t Look Back In Anger.
Where & When: Sung by Noel on BBC TV Show ‘Later With Jools Holland’ in 1995 followed
by a hilarious interview with The Chief and Jools Holland . No sign of Liam whatsoever.

Here we go, starting a 3.45…

And here’s the 1973 original…

SLADE: Biography

CLASSIC – Here’s SLADE Scoring No 1 Hit In The UK With ‘CUM ON FEEL THE NOIZE’ 45 Years Ago Today…

When timeless in sound and vision it’s a…

quotefield-kopie

20 March 2018

Screamy glam rockers SLADE from Wolverhampton were a massive hit machine back in
the early seventies (17 consecutive top 20 hits and six number ones on the UK Singles Chart) Frontman Noddy Holder‘s voice was one of a very clamorous kind and essential
for this 4-headed gang that looked weirdly flashy and made a living out of easy shout along bangers. Big bands such as Nirvana , Smashing Pumpkins, The Ramones, Sex Pistols, The Undertones, The Runaways and The Clash all said at one point that Slade influenced
their own racket. CUM ON FEEL THE NOIZE was their fourth numero uno crackerjack
in the United Kingdom when it landed on the top seat of the singles chart on 20 March 197345 years ago today. Manchester legends Oasis covered the steamy track as
one of the B-sides for their ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ cd single in 1996.

C’mon, folks, get up and test your lungs’ capacity again. Here we goooooooooooo…

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