Exercise One prep Tales Of Ordinary Madness
... Seed (Alex Smoke Remix) 06. Exercise One vs. subQ10x - Roll With You 2013 EP 3: A1. Outshine A2. Look At The Harlequins B1. Wandering (Peter Van Hoesen Remix) B2. Prowl (Donato Dozzy Remix) 3. Several Things At Once (Jacopo Carerras Remix) Exone will release Tales Of Ordinary Madness
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Photos: Papa Roach on Carnival of Madness Tour
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Vangough Announces New Album Name And Release Date; Vocalist Clay Withrow Elaborates On What's "Between The Madness"
... I've often thought about that but I think Daniel is constantly busy with his band. It's a full-time gig keeping the PoS machine (that acronym goes so well with everything) going so I can't imagine he'd have much time to get away from that. Frank: What's your favorite song off of "Between The Madness
" and why? Clay: "Infestation." The lyrics bring out a strong passion from within. It's definitely a song I'd encourage everyone to check out. It's actually on this year's ProgPower CD Sampler, which is free. So there's almost no excuse to miss it. You'd be getting it over two months before the album release! ... [ read more ]
Lee Thompson (saxophone) 1978-1986; 1988
Chas Smash (horns, vocals) 1978-1986; 1988
Mike Barson (keyboards) 1978-1983
Chris Foreman (guitar) 1978-1986; 1988
Danny Woodgate (drums) 1978-1986
Mark Badford (bass) 1978-1986
Graham 'Suggs' McPherson (vocals) 1978-1986; 1988
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Originally named The Invaders, they changed to Madness in 1979.
Their debut album, One Step Beyond (1979), stayed on the UK charts for 78 weeks, peaking at #2.
The band starred in a 1981 movie, Take It or Leave It, that portrayed their own rise to fame.
Formed their own label, Zarjazz, in 1984.
They broke up in 1986, but re-formed as a four-piece band in 1988 with the name The Madness.
The 1992 UK-only compilation album Divine Madness reached #1 in that country.
The original members all reunited in 1992 to play two open air venues in London known as "Madstock."
They released their first studio album in 14 years in 1999. (thanks Kev - Scunthorpe, England for all above)
Another early name of the band's: Morris and the Minors.
They got the name Madness because that was their favorite song by Jamaican ska and reggae master Prince Buster.
They were dropped by Sire Records in the United States after their second album in 1980. They didn't have any American label representative for two years.
The Madness, from the late 1980's, the band was augmented by keyboardists Steve Nieve, Jerry Dammers, and bassist Bruce Thomas. Dammers was from the Specials. Nieve and Thomas were in the Attractions.
They influenced several ska bands of the 1990s, including No Doubt, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and Reel Big Fish.
One of the most successful UK bands in the 1980s, Madness spent 214 weeks on the UK Singles Chart during the decade.
A musical based on Madness songs, Our House, opened at the Cambridge Theatre in London on October 28 2002. It ran to 16 August 2003 with Suggs playing for a period of time the central character's father. The production won an Olivier Award for best new musical of 2003.
Brad Smith of Blind Melon
The Blind Melon bassist/songwriter tells the story of "No Rain," which he wrote before the band was formed.
Reverend Horton Heat
The Reverend rants on psychobilly and the egghead academics he bashes in one of his more popular songs.
Petula talks about her hits "Downtown" and "Don't Sleep In The Subway," and explains her Michael Jackson connection.
Ville Valo of HIM
The lead singer for HIM shares some surprising insights about their songs, which he says can take years to complete.