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  • Author:
    Noddy Holder
  • ISBN:
    0091870755
  • ISBN13:
    978-0091870751
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    Ebury Pr; First Thus edition (1999)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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If Noddy Holder's biography, WHO'S CRAZEE NOW?, answers one question, the question above is mostly answered by Holder with the rest of it answered by the reader's own mind assimilating the facts that Noddy lays out and filling in the details.

If Noddy Holder's biography, WHO'S CRAZEE NOW?, answers one question, the question above is mostly answered by Holder with the rest of it answered by the reader's own mind assimilating the facts that Noddy lays out and filling in the details. It's like finding out who really was buried in King Tut's tomb, even though you probably knew all along it was Tut.

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In 1999, Holder's autobiography, Who's Crazee Now?, was published by Ebury.

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LadyShlak
He is a little full of himself, like most ex rock stars. I just came across Slade musically and wanted to learn more about them. They are like the most influencial band nobody in America has ever heard of.
Mr.Savik
great transaction a++++++++++++
Malarad
slade great
Whiteflame
I received this book in the mail with Christmas-like anticipation. Slade was my favorite band in high school and news about them and radio play in Boston were more rare than an understated Dave Hill outfit. Noddy did not disappoint me. The stories about his postwar working class upbringing, England's pop culture in the 60s and 70s, the band's early days on the club circuit, and the rising stars they met (e.g., Freddie Mercury selling togs at Kensington Market, a leather-clad Beatles at a Walsall youth center)are fascinating, as is his account of drummer Don Powell's Bentley accident that took the life of his girlfriend and his memory and sense of smell and taste.
I would have liked more background on their tours, but this is a discreet and generous account, so an expose must be left to a journalist. I finally understand Dave Hill's stage persona (even they thought he was bonkers) and came away with respect for they way the band stuck it out in the lean years.
I finished the book wanting to hear more and thinking Noddy and the rest of the band would be good company. I regret I never saw them in England during their prime, though the two performances I saw in Providence, RI when they were still trying to dent the US market highlighted my teens. A must read for Slade and music fans and Anglophiles.
Oghmaghma
Rewind, a few decades or so... One of my great (pop music) regrets was never being able to attend an Elvis concert, when he got started, or a Beatles concert when they came to America. I recovered from these small losses and went on to lead a normal life. Well, almost normal.
MY GREATEST ALL-TIME REGRET, however, HANDS DOWN, BAR NONE, was never being able to attend a live Slade concert--when the house was rocking and when the fans were tearing the place down. I have seen Slade perform live twice, as opening acts for Golden Earring and Ozzie Osbourne, both times in San Francisco, and both times, sadly, the crowds were deader than air in a dead man's lungs. For someone like myself, an American living in a part of America where concert goers were unmoved by Slade, with me being just about the only person in the audience who loved Slade and who wanted to jump out of his skin and get down and get with it while the boyz who made noize were performing on stage, well, it was one of those epithany moments in life: you cannot belive you are actually there, and at the same time, you cannot believe the people around you are not also sharing the same epithany moment as you are. It is exactly this kind of moment that can truly shake-up, dumbfound, scar a person for life, leaving him to forever wonder... "Why?" Fast-forward to the present.
It has always bothered me that Slade was one of the three greatest recording AND live performance rock bands to ever come out of the United Kingdom, yet, unlike the Fab Four and The Rolling Stones, Slade never made a nation-wide impact in the USA like the other two bands did. For years, consciously and subconsciously, not really knowing why this amazing band did not click stateside, has tormented me. Until now.
If Noddy Holder's biography, WHO'S CRAZEE NOW?, answers one question, the question above is mostly answered by Holder with the rest of it answered by the reader's own mind assimilating the facts that Noddy lays out and filling in the details. It's like finding out who really was buried in King Tut's tomb, even though you probably knew all along it was Tut. Just hearing, or reading, about Slade in Noddy's own, delightful, cheerful, insightful, poetic, and never-with-a-bitter-pill-to-swallow words, ties up the loose ends about why Slade was so big over THERE but not over HERE, and puts the question to rest. Of course, the rest (and most) of the book--about Noddy's and the band's beginnings through it's endings, its tough early and later decisions, its creativeness and pure genius, and what's happening with the band members up to the present, tells the inside story of Slade, puts meat and flesh on the bones of the characters that were Slade, deepens your love for Slade, and leaves you thirsting for an encore--in whatever form it takes. ...
Redfury
Excellant read. I saw slade live three different times, once with Thin Lizzy, once with Humble Pie, and last but not least with Trooper, and ZZ Top, all in Milwaukee. I always wondered what happened to Slade, and Noddy does a great job of telling about the bands orgin, and the many insightfull details along the way. A true must for any Slade fan. I am reading it currently for the second time.
Malann
This book is full of interesting facts about and pictures of Slade, but the standard of writing is appalling; I can't believe it's been ghost written. I know a ghost writer is meant to retain the voice of the subject, but this is ridiculous. It's actually quite difficult to read, with no flow or structure to the narrative. For fans only.
This book helped me through the time when I was homeless, made the time go easier!
Reminded me of better days, and friends.