Slade In Flame (also known as Flame) is a 1975 film starring the members of the band Slade. In 2007, BBC film critic Mark Kermode called it the "Citizen Kane of rock musicals" and included its soundtrack among the 50 greatest soundtracks in cinema's history.
Record Mirror magazine voted the film at #4 on the top 10 best films in February 1976.
A paperback book was released, based on the film, written by John Pidgeon.
The film's book peaked at #3 in the best selling paperbacks according to the Sunday Times chart around April/May 1975. It was the largest printings that the published Panther had done for home market which was 250,000 copies.
In October 2007, Classic Rock Magazine listed "Slade in Flame" at #42 in the "Hollywood Rocks: 50 Greatest Rock Movies" list.
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