Limited edition clear with red/orange splatter vinyl
After Slade's legendary performance at the 1980 Reading Festival, the group's career was back on solid ground in terms of media interest, sold-out shows and a major label deal with RCA. All they needed now was a smash hit single and Noddy Holder and Jim Lea duly provided a pair; the huge ballad "My Oh My" and the Celtic-flavored rock jig, "Run Runaway."
Between the two singles, in December 1983, the album the Amazing Kamikaze Syndrome appeared. It was an impressive display of pumped-up, hi-tech rock-pop and was a huge success across Europe, especially Scandinavia. When repackaged and renamed Keep Your Hands Off My Power Supply, the album also made the Top 40 in the USA, setting Slade up for a fresh assault on the American market. Salvo. 2007.
|Side A||Slam the Hammer Down||In The Doghouse||Run Runaway||High And Dry||My Oh My||Cocky Rock Boys (Rule O.K.)||Side B||Ready To Explode||(And Now The Waltz) C'est la vie||Cheap 'n' Nasty Luv||Razzle Dazzle Man|