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cum on feel the noize by... slade?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by pcake, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. pcake

    pcake Supporting Member

    Sep 20, 2011
    Los Angeleez
    i didn't realize that cum on feel the noize from quiet riot was a cover. on the other hand, the stage moves in this video make me cringe with embarrassment...

  2. lz4005


    Oct 22, 2013
    "Mama We're All Crazy Now" was also a Slade cover.

  3. Oddly

    Oddly Unofficial TalkBass Cartographer! Supporting Member

    Jan 17, 2014
    Dublin, Ireland.
    Ahh, Slade. A bunch of lads that surely didn't take themselves too seriously.:D
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  4. chadhargis

    chadhargis Jack of all grooves, master of none Supporting Member

    Jan 5, 2010
    Nashville, TN
    Run Runaway is my favorite Slade tune
    tfer, mohrds, DrayMiles and 15 others like this.
  5. The Runaways also did a Slade cover.

    Did you know Ballroom Blitz by Krokus was a Sweet cover?

    How about 5-man Electric Band, writers & performers of Signs:

    A lot of folks I know used to think Tesla wrote it.

    I love Rock & Roll wasn't written by Joan Jett, & nor Crimson & Clover.

    Higher Ground - Stevie Wonder

    Even Tainted Love, by Soft Cell, is a cover.
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  6. ThudThudThud


    Jun 4, 2010
    Someone on TV in the 80s in the UK once quipped that it should be pronounced "Slar-day" - a nod to the popularity at the time of model-turned-singer Sade.
    Now I can't not say it. It makes me giggle a bit.

    Loved Slade. They were a hoot. They could rock.
  7. 1-I knew it was a Slade cover

    2-Don't think I'll look to Slade to work on my stage presence

  8. Richland123


    Apr 17, 2009
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  9. We were big Slade fans back in the 70's. If you really want to see some "stage performance" watch their movie Slade in Flame.

    They sure had a good time on stage and their bassist, Jim Lea wrote most of their music with Noddy Holder the singer writing the lyrics. Jim not only played the bass but also the piano and violin!

    Here's one of my favorite early Slade songs:

    For the Slade in Flame movie they wrote all new songs that were a little more pop to match the band in the movie. Here's one of my favorites from that album:

    This is another good song performed in a clip from the movie:

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  10. Pirate Captain

    Pirate Captain Elitist Jazz Snob ******** Supporting Member

    Dec 22, 2016
    Shelter Island, NY USA
    yeah...Quiet Riot was basically a Slade cover band
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  11. AaronVonRock


    Feb 22, 2013
    I love Slade. They wrote incredibly catchy songs that rocked hard.

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  12. brianrost

    brianrost Gold Supporting Member

    Apr 26, 2000
    Boston, Taxachusetts
    At least they stopped being skinheads.

  13. devnulljp

    devnulljp Supporting Member

    Oct 13, 2009
    BC, Canada
    Admin on the D*A*M Forum
    Written by Marc Bolan's wife, Gloria Jones
  14. GManfromOz


    Jul 27, 2016
    Slade Alive is still one of my favourite albums .
  15. Those Slade mutton Chop sideburns were so big in 72....remember my brother had them, he was 4 yrs older than me, luckily, by the time I got to facial hair age, they were out of style, but we had platform shoes. How my ankles survived, I just don't know.
  16. Wfrance3

    Wfrance3 Supporting Member

    May 29, 2014
    Tulsa, OK
    Sheesh. next your going to tell me Chaka didn't do "Tell Me Something Good".

    Wait, that one is true, although I did find myself arguing the point with our Alexa Echo Dot in our kitchen last night....
  17. Jewce


    Feb 23, 2018
    Santa Maria, CA
    Yeah, slade actually had some good jams
  18. tedious1


    Feb 14, 2014
    Yeah, and here I am explaining, to one punk venue at a time, that there was this guy by the name of Eddy Cochran, yeah he kinda wrote Somethin' Else, not Sid Vicious...
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  19. fhm555

    fhm555 So FOS my eyes are brown Supporting Member

    Feb 16, 2011
    Yep i gave Quiet Riot a chance after hearing their cover of Cum on Feel The Noise, but they didn’t really rock that hard so i stuck with Slade.
    I can’t recall if that was around the same time i was trying on Starz or not but they didn’t last long either. It was a time of big hair and attitude and i was looking for go to hell and amplitude.
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  20. 40Hz

    40Hz Supporting Member

    Ah! Slade! Underneath all the era dated juvenile screwing around lurked one kickass rock band :thumbsup:

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