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Slave is the first album by the American funk band Slave, released in 1977. The album reached number six on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart and was certified Gold. The single from the album, "Slide", reached number one on the Billboard soul chart and 32 on the Hot 100. Original members at this point included Steve Washington, Mark "Drac" Hicks, Mark Adams, Danny Webster, Floyd Miller, Carter Bradley, Orion Wilhoite, Tim Dozier and Tom Lockett.

Track listing

  1. Slide 6:47
  2. Screw Your Wig On Tite 5:29
  3. Party Hardy 3:42
  4. Son Of Slide 5:29
  5. You And Me 6:41
  6. Love Me 4:39
  7. The Happiest Days 5:17
  8. Separated 5:30





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