From their meager start as The N’ Betweens to Ambrose Slade, and finally becoming just Slade, the four boys from Walsall, England made it to #1. Best known for songs like 1972’s, “Mama Were All Crazee Now,” which was later covered by The Runaways, and “Cum On Feel The Noize,” which was turned into a hit by Quiet Riot. This band was majorly influential and yet have a Spinal Tap quality to them. With their ridiculous outfits, hair, and absent minded comments, you expect Christopher Guest to walk into frame.

-Amy Haben

“It’s Slade” – Part two:

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