|1||–Slade With The Swing Collection||My Oh My (Swing Version)|
Arranged By – Stan ButcherProducer – Monty Babson
|2||–Slade||Do You Believe In Miracles|
Arranged By – Jim LeaProducer – John Punter
|3||–Slade||Auld Lang Syne|
|4||–Slade||You'll Never Walk Alone|
|5||–Slade||Santa Claus Is Coming To Town|
|PB40449||Slade||Do You Believe In Miracles (7", Single)||RCA||PB40449||Europe||1985|
|PB40449, PB 40449||Slade||Do You Believe In Miracles (7", Single)||RCA, RCA||PB40449, PB 40449||UK||1985|
|123-1109||Slade||Do You Believe In Miracles = Crees En Milagros (7", Promo)||RCA||123-1109||Ecuador||1986|
|PT 40450||Slade||Do You Believe In Miracles (12", Maxi)||RCA||PT 40450||UK||1985|
|PT40450||Slade||Do You Believe In Miracles (12", Maxi)||RCA||PT40450||Europe||1985|
Special Edition 2 Record Set containing a FREE BONUS SINGLE.
Stickered Fold Out PVC wallet with 1st Cat No PB 40449 D.
On the Picture sleeve (Back):
The Publishing Royalties from this recording of "Do You Believe in Miracles?" will be donated equally to the Band Aid Trust and British Children in Need (N.S.P.C.C.)
On the solid centre paper labels:
PB 40449 (Record 1)
PB 40549 (Record 2)
Manufactured in England
- Barcode: 5 012394 044978
Do You Believe in Miracles is a song by the British rock band Slade, released in 1985 as a single which was included on the band's studiocompilation album Crackers: The Christmas Party Album. It was written by lead vocalist Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea, and produced by John Punter. It reached No. 54 in the UK, remaining in the charts for six weeks. Following their 1985 studio album Rogues Gallery, Slade were approached by Telstar to create a Christmas-related party album. Alongside this new. This track can be found on the newly reissued and remastered album Rogues Gallery as well on the Slde box. Do You Believe In Miracles. Do You Believe In - The Christmass Party Album. Slade - Do You Believe In Miracles. On this page you can download song Slade - Do You Believe In Miracles in mp3 and listen online. Hard Rock Christmas. Crackers - The Christmass Party Album. Directed by Philip Davey. With Dave Hill, Noddy Holder, Jim Lea, Don the video for Do You Believe In Miracles from Slade's The Very Best of Slade for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Band Name Slade. Album Name Do You Believe in Miracles. Type Single. Released date 18 November 1985. Labels RCA. Music StyleGlam Rock. Members owning this album0. Do You Believe in Miracles. My Oh My Swing Version. Buy this album. 35,83 35,83 buy 7,90. Learn more. Other productions from Slade. Song by Slade. from the album Crackers The Christmas Party Album. On the 12 single, an extended version of Do You Believe in Miracles was featured as the A-Side, and a second B-Side, Time to Rock, was taken from the Rogues Gallery album. The band had not intended for Do You Believe in Miracles to be included on the Crackers album, however Telstar insisted that it was included on there. In a 1986 interview, Powell responded to the theory that the single failed to chart higher due to its inclusion on the album: That could be a reason. This song is by Slade and appears on the compilation album Crackers - The Christmas Party Album 1985 and on the 2007 remaster of Rogues Gallery 1985. It was in the winter of '79When the band was at a lowThen we met yer man that they called The MouthAt a party there on show. He said Why'd you carry on this way,I could never go to thatBut he had to learn he was just the sameOne step forward, two steps back. Shop 28 records for sale for album Do you believe in miracles by Slade on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. All fields Artist Title Artist Title Label Seller Item . Select a specific format: All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. Artist: Slade. Album: Rogues Gallery, 2007. Moving along the Slade chain of hits and misses 1985 sees the band trying to regain some of the ground lost since their last biggish hit 'Run Runaway'. Not much had changed though with the sort of TV appearances the band would make in an effort to plug their latest offering. Here the band mime their way through 'Do You Believe In Miracles' on Childrens TV show 'The Krankies Elektronik Komik'