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Customer Reviews

The Nutty Boys Are Back !

The boys are back and sounding fresher than ever, happy days !

The Best Madness Album - all round great

This is my favourite madness album - from the final words of the late Ian Dury on Drip Fed Fred to the Ska beats in Communicator - this represent of the best of the Nutty Boys. Awesome.

Another top quality album by the Magnificent Seven

Stand out tracks are "Lovestruck", "Johnny the Horse", "The Communicator", "The Wizard", "Drip Fed Fred", "Saturday Night Sunday Morning", and "You're Wonderful".

None of the above seven tracks would look out of place on any other Madness albums. The album is a gem and didn't get the critical acclaim that it deserved.

Have a listen to the Right Said Fred (yes you read that correctly) version of "The Wizard" as it really does the track justice.

If I had to pick a favourite from this album, it would have to be "Saturday Night Sunday Morning".

This album can sit proudly along side "One Step Beyond", "Absolutely", "7", "The Liberty of Norton Folgate" and "Oui Oui, Si Si, Ja Ja Da Da" and definitely holds its own.

Madness (1979-2012 and beyond...........)


Formed: 1978 in Camden, London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Along with the Specials, Madness were one of the leading bands of the ska revival of the late '70s and early '80s. As their career progressed, Madness branched away from their trademark "nutty sound" and incorporated large elements of Motown, soul, and British pop. Although the band managed one crossover American hit in 1983, they remained a British phenomenon, influencing several successive generations of musicians and becoming one of the most beloved groups the country produced during the '80s....
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