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In Flame Original recording remastered, Soundtrack
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2007 digitally remastered and expanded edition of the British glamsters' 1974 album The soundtrack to the band's feature film, one of the greatest Rock 'N' Roll movies ever made, Slade In Flame is regarded by many as the group's best album, a record on which they displayed their versatility and introduced some of their very finest compositions. Salvo.
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This is (in my opinion) their best record. But they have a lot of other great ones. If you want to check them out start with one of these. "In Flame", "Sladed?", " Old New, Borrowed and Blue" or the great two CD "Live" collection. This takes their three live albums plus their famous set at "Reading Festival" in 1980.
"In Flame" is just great rock record that should be in every music lovers collection!
Great melodies songwriting and amazing how they fit in the film which is included.
DVD had poor sound on voices no matter what setting I used at home but the ending of movie
makes up for it when they.....
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Released in November 1974, the movie soundtrack reached #6 on the UK album chart, while a second single - Far Far Away - peaked at the #2 slot. Produced by Chas Chandler, there is more brass and keyboards than found on prior albums, but the new focus bolsters the artistic vision.
Drummer Don Powell seizes the spotlight on Them Kinda Monkeys Can't Swing and lead vocalist Noddy Holder is in incredible form on O.K. Yesterday Was Yesterday. So Far So Good is truly a classic rocker. A pair of British A-sides replaced Summer Song (Wish You Were Here) and Heaven Knows on the U.S. album, but they appear on this release.
The departure from the formula that brought the band phenomenal success delivered some of their best work, which remains vastly underrated.