Madness: House of Fun - The Story of

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Media: Book
Artist: Madness
Catalogue #: OP52613
ISBN: 9781847726193


Madness are a British institution. Formed at the height of Punk London in 1976, the Nutty Boys mixed old Ska and Reggae rhythms, astute social comment and music hall humour to make them the most successful UK singles band of the 1980s.

John Reed offers an affectionate yet insightful version of events, helped by candid interviews with those who've worked with Madness over the years. From the trials and tribulations of intra-band disputes, accusations of racism and their eventful split to the highs of their purple patch from 1979 to 1986, House of Fun - for the first time - tells the story of Madness.


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Published on: 01/11/2010
Format: Biography
Length: 541 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Omnibus Press
Author: John Reed

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