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SLADE – UK Glam Rock Icons To Release ‘Old New Borrowed And Blue’ Re-Issue

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BMG is proud to continue presenting a new series of limited edition splatter vinyl reissues from Slade, with the release of ‘Old New Borrowed And Blue’, on October 15. 

Old New Borrowed And Blue’, the second release in the series, will be released on red and blue splatter vinyl. Further releases in this beautifully presented re-issues will include; Slade In Flame’  and ‘Slade Alive’.

Slade’s fourth studio album Old New Borrowed And Blue’was originally released on February 15, 1974, and features the singles ‘My Friend Stan’ and ‘Everyday’. It entered the UK album chart at #1 and is certified Gold by the BPI. The Times retrospectively stated: “This is joyous, unshackled and unpretentious stuff that reminds you how they rattled off six No.1’s.” 

Old New Borrowed And Blue follows the release of Slade’s third album ‘Slayed?’ ,the first in the series on splatter vinyl . ‘Slayed?’ features ten songs including Number One single, ”Mama Weer All Crazee Now”  and ‘Gudbuy T’Jane’ which reached Number two in the charts.

Slade are without doubt one of the most exciting bands to come out of Great Britain and were unstoppable throughout the Seventies becoming one of the biggest bands; releasing six smash hits albums, including three UK Number Ones, a run of 17 consecutive Top 20 singles and their hits provided a soundtrack to the Glam Generation.

“No Slade = No Oasis. It’s as devastating and as simple as that” – Noel Gallagher
“I love Slade..They wrote the catchiest songs around.” – Alice Cooper
“Noddy Holder’s got one of the greatest voices in rock ever” – Ozzy Osbourne

Pre order Old New Borrowed And Blue now! slade.lnk.to/onbabPR

To order Slayed? go to: slade.lnk.to/slayedPR

Old New Borrowed And Blue track list 

Side A
1. Just a Little Bit
2. When the Lights Are Out
3. My Town
4. Find Yourself a Rainbow
5. Miles out to Sea
6. We’re Really Gonna Raise the Roof 

Side B
1. Do We Still Do It
2. How Can It Be
3. Don’t Blame Me
4. My Friend Stan
5. Everyday
6. Good Time Gals

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