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Madness Release Four Disc Album

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on April 27, 2013

in New Music,News

British ska legends Madness have released a new four-disc version of their latest album, Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da.

Madness: Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Madness: Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Their tenth studio album was released last October, reaching number 10 on the U.K. Album chart and receiving good reviews from a number of sources. The original 11-song album (14 with bonus tracks) has been expanded to 70 with the second CD containing 20 outtakes and demos. Disc 3 is a live show from the 2012 House of Fun Weekender in Butlins while the fourth disc is a DVD with the band’s set from the 2011 House of Fun Weekender.

The track lists for the new CDs and DVD:

Disc 2
Deolali
1978
My Obsession
Big Time Sister
Oh My Love (John Lennon)
Crying
(You) Can’t Keep A Good Thing Down
Never Knew Your Name (La Discotheque mix)
La Luna (mix Number Six)
Circus Freaks (Amy mix)
Powder Blue (Reprise)
Death Of A Rude Boy (Demo)
My Girl 2 (Demo)
Never Knew Your Name (Demo)
I’ve Got You (Kitchen Floor) (Demo)
Misery (Demo)
Black & Blue (Demo)
So Alive (Demo)
Check Mate La Luna (Demo)
Rules of Deolali (Demo)
Disc 3 (Live From the House of Fun Weekender, Bulins 2012)
Intro
My Girl 2
Never Knew Your Name
La Luna
How Can I Tell You
Kitchen Floor
Misery
Leon
Circus Freaks
So Alive (False Start)
So Alive
Small World
Death of a Rude Boy
Black and Blue
Fight For Your Right to Party
Big Time Sister
Deolali
Powder Blue
Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll
Our House
It Must Be Love
DVD (Live From the House of Fun Weekender, Bulins 2011)
Death of a Rude Boy
Black and Blue
Big Time Sister
Deolali
My Girl 2
La Luna
(You) Can’t Keep a Good Thing Down
Kitchen Floor
Never Knew Your Name
Misery
1978
Crying
So Alive
How Can I Tell You
Powder Blue
House of Fun

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