Slik were a Scottish pop-rock foursome that released a string of singles on Bell Records during the mid-1970s, culminating with a self-titled album on the label in 1976. After scoring hits with the singles “Forever and Ever” and “Requiem,” the band morphed into PVC for one single in 1977. The band continued as The Zones following the departure of vocalist Midge Ure for Glen Matlock’s Rich Kids. Ure would ultimately achieve broader fame fronting a revamped Ultravox during the early 1980s.

Members: Midge Ure (vocals), Billy McIsaac [aka Lord Slik] (guitar), Kenny Hyslop [aka Oil Slik] (drums), Jim McGinlay [aka Jim Slik] (bass), Russell Webb (bass, 1977)


  • Slik (1976)

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