Slade - Crackers (The Christmas Party Album) FLAC album
The mighty 'Slade' from Wolverhampton,England rose to prominence during the glam rock era of the 1970's.
Crackers" The Slade Christmas Party Album - Студийный альбом от Slade. Вышел 18 ноября 1985г. В альбом вошло 32 треков.
Crackers – The Christmas Party Album is a studio/compilation album by the British rock band Slade. It was released on 18 November 1985 and reached No. 34 in the UK charts. It was certified Gold by the BPI that same month. The album was produced by bassist Jim Lea except "All Join Hands", "Do You Believe in Miracles", "My Oh My" and "Run Runaway", which were all produced by John Punter. The album contained a mix of the band's previous hits, some re-recorded songs and a selection of covers.
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The New Year), SLADE - Crackers The Rockin Party Album (1985) - 07. Let s Have A Party, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. SLADE - Crackers The Rockin Party Album (1985) – 10. Do They Know It s Christmas (Feed Th. :44. SLADE - Crackers - The Christmas Party Album (1985) – Merry Xmas Everybody. Slade/Crackers (The Rockin Party Album ) – Do They Know It s Christmas (Feed The World). Slade – Merry Xmas Everybody(concert). SLADE - Crackers The Rockin Party Album (1985) – 07. Let s Have A Party. SLADE - Crackers The Rockin Party Album (1985) – 05. Okey Cokey.
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Features Song Lyrics for Slade's Crackers The Slade Christmas Party Album album. We’ll Bring the House Down Lyrics. 8. Do They Know It’s Christmas (Feed the World) Lyrics (The New Year) Lyrics. 10. All Join Hands Lyrics. Slade Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Crackers: The Rockin’ Party Album!’), this turkey was very much a nadir for Slade. The combination of re-recorded hits and festive fare (‘Okey Cokey’, ‘Santa Claus is Coming to Town’, ‘Here’s to the New Year’, ‘Auld Lang Syne’, worse of all ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’) achieved its commercial goal, peaking at in the UK, but the album’s very existence slammed the credibility of HMS Slade amidships like some unforgiving German torpedo.