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Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Madness - Presents The Rise And Fall - Album

'The Rise & Fall' is the fourth album by the British pop group Madness. This album saw Madness at their most experimental, exhibiting a range of musical styles including jazz, English music hall and Eastern influences. NME described it at the time of its release as "The best Madness record".

It has often been retrospectively described as a concept album. Though the album was never released in the USA, several tracks were later placed on the compilation Madness, including the melancholic pop of 'Our House.

01 - Rise and Fall
02 - Tomorrow's (Just Another Day)
03 - Blue Skinned Beast
04 - Primrose Hill
05 - Mr. Speaker Gets the Word
06 - Sunday Morning
07 - Our House
08 - Tiptoes
09 - New Delhi
10 - That Face
11 - Calling Cards
12 - Are You Coming (With Me)
13 - Madness (Is All in the Mind)

Click the link below to download the album:


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