|A1||On The Strength
Backing Vocals – Yogi LeeVocals – Tony Terry
|A2||One Way Lover|
|A3||Show And Tell
Backing Vocals – Yogi Lee
Backing Vocals – Tony Terry
Producer – Steve Peck
|B2||Come And Get It
Backing Vocals – Tony Terry
|B4||The House Is Surrounded|
|EK 40924||Flame*||Flame (CD, Album)||Epic||EK 40924||US||1989|
|EW0091CD||Flame*||Flame (CD, Album, RE)||Eastworld Recordings, 4Worlds Media||EW0091CD||UK||2012|
|FET 40924||Flame*||Flame (Cass, Album)||Epic||FET 40924||US||1989|
|E 40924||Flame*||Flame (LP, Album)||Epic||E 40924||US||1989|
|EW0091CD||Flame*||Flame (CD, Album)||Eastworld Recordings||EW0091CD||UK||1989|
Slade in Flame is the first soundtrack album and fifth studio album by the British rock group Slade. It was released on 29 November 1974, reached No. 6 in the UK and was certified Gold by BPI in February 1975. The album was produced by Chas Chandler and contains songs featured in the band's film of the same name. The band tried to give the album a "sixties" feel, as the film was set in 1966.
Flame by Mjød, released 10 November 2018 1. The Faithful Slave Of Rage 2. The Bone 3. Flame 4. Dead Must Have Fun 5. The Song Of Loft 6. The Speeches Of Prisoner 7. Released 8. The Sky Is Crying Fire 9. The Cold Gaze Of Death 10. Sleep Of Amulets 11. Under Cover Of The Night All-consuming elements that can give and take. Whether it is a home hearth, ready to shelter and warm a tired traveler, or a fire over the roofs of houses, whose greedy mouth devours everything indiscriminately. Dual in its manifestation, like all human feelings and impulses. Dual, like Loki himself.
Flame returns from the cave with his much anticipated album tagged Candy Man. The title of the album obviously motivated the cover of the project. Candy Man is released under Flame’s new imprint The Lean Team, following his departure from The Wrecking Crew. In total Candy Man is 19 tracks deep. It follows the EP, Germander released in January. More Music!!! EP: Flame – Germander. ALBUM: Zoocci Coke Dope & Flame – Do Not Disturb. B3nchMarQ – Hyperbolic Chamber ft. Flame. Flame – Long Overdue ft. A-Reece.
Slade in Flame is a soundtrack album by the British rock group Slade, released on 29 November 1974. It contains songs featured in the film of the same name. The album reached on the UK album chart and produced two hit singles, "Far Far Away", which reached on the UK Singles chart and "How Does it Feel". The band tried to give the album a "sixties" feel, as its eponymous film was set in 1966. Though the record was lauded by critics, the response of the general public was somewhat muted, and the album did not sell as well as expected
Labels Warner Music Group Giant Records (USA-1). Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album8. 1. Razor Blade Road (Prelude).