One of the greatest quests in Slade collecting has been to gather up each and every one of the non-LP B-sides that punctuate their career. From the outset, the band was almost religious about ensuring there was more to every single than simply an advertisement for the next LP, and so such deathless classics as "Wondering Y," "Don't Blame Me," "Candidate," "Man Who Speaks Evil," and the fiddle stomp masterpiece "Kill 'Em at the Hot Club Tonite" piled up, each one as vital as the smash hit that lurked on the other side of the wax, and almost all of them destined to lie in obscurity for three decades. Incredibly, this is the first time many of these tracks have even seen the light of day since the early '70s.

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