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Band Name: Madness

Music Album: The Liberty Of Norton Folgate

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Music Genre: Rock Reggae Funk / Soul Pop Folk, World, & Country Ska Pop Rock Music Hall Indie Rock

Record Label: Lucky Seven

Album Release Country: United Kingdom

Music Record Type: 15 Tracks CD Album

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. However, Madness achieved this in a shorter time period (1980–1986).

15 Tracks
1 Overture
2 We Are London
3 Sugar And Spice
4 Forever Young
5 Dust Devil
6 Rainbows
7 That Close
8 Mkll
9 On The Town
10 Bingo
11 Idiot Child
12 Africa
13 NW5
14 Clerkenwell Polka
15 The Liberty Of Norton Folgate

All songs Copyright Control.
P+C Lucky 7 Records 2009

Issued in a standard clear tray jewel case with a 16-page booklet.
Some copies have a hype sticker on the jewel case front with the text: "Norton Folgate is Peter Ackroyd writing for The Kinks, it's Sherlock Holmes in Albert Square, it's a Mike Leigh movie of Parklife, it's Passport To Pimlico meets Brick Lane, and it's Madness's masterpiece." THE WORD LUCKY7003CD

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