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Madness is a self-titled compilation album by the British ska/pop band. and two single a-sides
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The Madness is the debut, self-titled studio album by the British ska/pop band The Madness. It was originally released in mid 1988, on the label Virgin. The album was produced by The Three Eyes, a pseudonym, whose identities remain a mystery (although they may very well be Madness themselves, or individual members of Madness). Two singles, ("I Pronounce You" and "What's That"), were released from the album, although like the album these were less successful than the original band releases.
Madness are an English ska band from Camden Town, London, that formed in 1976. One of the most prominent bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s 2 Tone ska revival, they continue to perform with their most recognised line-up of seven members. Madness achieved most of their success in the early to mid 1980s. Both Madness and UB40 spent 214 weeks on the UK singles charts over the course of the decade, holding the record for most weeks spent by a group in the 1980s UK singles charts.
Divine Madness is the 1992 greatest hits album from the British ska/pop band Madness. The album peaked at number 1 in the UK charts, and it eventually led to a Madness reunion and their first concert in six years (which was recorded for their Madstock! album).
Album namesake, Madness, is a heavy bass groover that is an obvious choice for a single. it does not take a Mensa member to figure out that this madness, at least, is likely political in nature. Similar in sonics, the immensely full sound of Nothing I Can Do is a clear stand-out with pulsating bass and drums, layered vocal harmonies and an infectious chorus.
Mayor Apeshit) (Noisestorm Remix). Kallum J-Lea Love this album so much, I love the original so much, and the remixes I feel, do the song justice. Mayor Apeshit) (Noisestorm Remix). Harmless Henry This remix EP is bonkers! It has a nice selection of artists that really captured Excision and PBN's.
Template:EngvarB Template:Use dmy dates Template:Italic title. The album reached number 2 in the UK album charts. Absolutely spawned some of the band's biggest hits, most notably "Baggy Trousers", which peaked at number 3 in the UK singles chart. The album was re-packaged in 1998 as The Heavy Heavy Hits with the addition of the single version of "The Sweetest Girl" (placed in its correct chronological position after "Uncle Sam"). In 2000 it was re-issued, under its original title of Divine Madness, with the further singles "Lovestruck" and "Johnny the Horse" included, but once again omitting "The Sweetest Girl".