Normally, I'd say don't worry about getting bogged down in trying to nail a particular tone, just play it and have fun with it - no-one's going to notice anyway (unless you're in a Slade tribute act - in which case, kudos to you)
However, I played the same tune at a pub gig last week and used my trusty Yamaha Attitude. The combination of split P and neck mudbucker gave it an authentic, satisfying glam rock 'thump'.
PS, also used same bass a couple of months ago at a wedding for 'coz I love you', to same satisfying results.
Attitude II SFG; RBX-JM2; RBX4-A2; Thumb 5 BO; Corvette Std fretless; LMII; MB 121H; Nova Dynamics; EBS Billy Sheehan; BEQ-50; LS2; BSW; MXR Bass Fuzz Deluxe; Pitch Black; PT Jnr.