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Slade: Slayed?

Lenny Kaye, Rolling Stone, 1 March 1973

ON THEIR HOME continent, Slade are virtually indestructible: singles launched like tank mortars into the Euro-Top Ten at selected intervals, live appearances turned to massive pledges of allegiance on the part of their audience, fan magazines (especially those aimed at a sub-hip readership) burning the midnight oil thinking up new and ever more flashy adjectives to ram the point home.

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