Friends, let me take you back to a simpler time, the early ’70s, when dudes could wear weird looking shoes, do, um… interesting things with hair and mix pop and hard rock together to come up with glam. For a few years there, it was big, trust me.
Here are a couple of catchy numbers for you to wallow in.
Sweet’s “Fox on the Run” was a world wide hit, charting at #5 in the US.
Meanwhile, Slade scored a number one hit in Britain (only reached #98 in America, though) with “Cum On Feel The Noize”.