Slade was undoubtedly the greatest glam rock band ever. With their unforgettable hairstyles, platform shoes, reflective clothing and scarf-waving brand of rock balladry, they were never fashionable or hip, but were hugely successful on their own terms and became a seventies phenomenon. The Black Country rockers seemed to have a permanent slot on Top of the Pops, they were featured in "Jackie" magazine every week and they released the one Christmas song that even your granny can remember. Their legacy remains and matures with each passing year and reveals them as true pop legends. Packed with over 100 era-defining photographs, this book tells the story of these much loved 70s heroes for the first time. Slade have become part of the very fabric of British life. As a nation, it seems that 35 years after their first hit single, "Get Down And Get With It", we are all still Slade crazee.