Following up on yesterday’s suggestion it is time for us to take a peek to something belonging in late 70’s but pioneering still, the sound of ska/pop, with their ferocious, groovy fusion that imposed upon everything else of their time… their sound became once again popular with their come-back album in 2009 ten years after the not so impressing Wonderful album.
As stated anonymously in rateyourmusic.com: «Madness took the English ska movement to new heights and commercial acceptance, with clever songwriting that had strong well-crafted pop sensibilities and mass appeal. Their live shows have always had high energy and been highly entertaining and this is also reflected in their outrageous tongue-in-cheek music videos. I can honestly say I've never heard anyone tell me that they hate Madness with any conviction whatsoever. »
So ladies & gentlemen may we present the infectious groove of
Top3 releases according to ranking as follows
#1 One step beyond 1979
#2 The Liberty Of Norton Folgate 2009 (having as a very special twist...the FILM)
#3 Absolutely 1980
and for those who still prefer the studio version of Norton press HERE
|Can't stop the madenss!!