(For the song from the show by Lionel Bart and Laurie Johnson, see Lock Up Your Daughters.) "Lock Up Your Daughters" is a single from rock band Slade which appeared on the album Till Deaf Do Us Part. It was written by lead singer Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea. The single was released in September 1981 and peaked at #29 in the UK, spending a total of 8 weeks on the chart. The release was under RCA records which was Slade's first major label in years since using their own label to release material.

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  • (For the song from the show by Lionel Bart and Laurie Johnson, see Lock Up Your Daughters.) "Lock Up Your Daughters" is a single from rock band Slade which appeared on the album Till Deaf Do Us Part. It was written by lead singer Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea. The single was released in September 1981 and peaked at #29 in the UK, spending a total of 8 weeks on the chart. The release was under RCA records which was Slade's first major label in years since using their own label to release material. (en)
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  • UK/European cover of "Lock Up Your Daughters".
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  • (For the song from the show by Lionel Bart and Laurie Johnson, see Lock Up Your Daughters.) "Lock Up Your Daughters" is a single from rock band Slade which appeared on the album Till Deaf Do Us Part. It was written by lead singer Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea. The single was released in September 1981 and peaked at #29 in the UK, spending a total of 8 weeks on the chart. The release was under RCA records which was Slade's first major label in years since using their own label to release material. (en)
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