"My Friend Stan" (stylised as "MY FRIEИD STAИ")is a single from glam rock band Slade which appeared on Slade's 1974 album Old New Borrowed and Blue. The single was written by lead singer Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea. The single was released in late 1973 and peaked at #2 in the UK, spending only 8 weeks on the chart which compared to Slade's eight previous singles was a disappointment. The single originally entered the charts at #4. The single marked a change from their previous records with the single being more piano based, sounding more like a novelty track.

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  • "My Friend Stan" (stylised as "MY FRIEИD STAИ")is a single from glam rock band Slade which appeared on Slade's 1974 album Old New Borrowed and Blue. The single was written by lead singer Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea. The single was released in late 1973 and peaked at #2 in the UK, spending only 8 weeks on the chart which compared to Slade's eight previous singles was a disappointment. The single originally entered the charts at #4. The single marked a change from their previous records with the single being more piano based, sounding more like a novelty track. Despite only reaching #2 in the UK, the single sold the same amount as the previous single "Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me". The single was certified UK Silver by BPI in October 1973. (en)
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  • German/European cover of "My Friend Stan".
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  • "My Friend Stan" (stylised as "MY FRIEИD STAИ")is a single from glam rock band Slade which appeared on Slade's 1974 album Old New Borrowed and Blue. The single was written by lead singer Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea. The single was released in late 1973 and peaked at #2 in the UK, spending only 8 weeks on the chart which compared to Slade's eight previous singles was a disappointment. The single originally entered the charts at #4. The single marked a change from their previous records with the single being more piano based, sounding more like a novelty track. (en)
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