Madness is a self-titled compilation album by the British ska/pop band. and two single a-sides
That debut album, One Step Beyond. was released by Stiff Records. The album included a re-recording of "The Prince" and its B-side "Madness", and the band's second and third singles: "One Step Beyond" and "My Girl". The title song was a cover of the B-side of the 1960s Prince Buster hit "Al Capone"
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Madness - The Prince. Photo of Madness - The Prince. More albums of Madness: Dust Devil. Genre is Rock Reggae. This album was released on the label Old Gold (2) (catalog number OG 9685). This album was released in 1987 year. Download mp3. Length of track.
The Prince" is a song by British ska/pop band Madness. It was written by Lee Thompson, and was the band's first single Although musically identical to Willie Dixon's "Howlin' for My Baby" as performed by Howlin' Wolf, "The Prince" is a tribute to Jamaican ska singer Prince Buster who highly influenced Madness (the band took their name.
In 1979, Madness recorded their debut single entitled 'the Prince'. Written by Lee Thompson the single was released on the 10th August 1979. Released on the 2 Tone Records labe, the label of The Specials founder Jerry Dammers,l the single spent a total amount of 11 weeks in the UK Singles chart, peaking at number 16. 'the Prince' is a tribute song to Jamaican ska singer Prince Buster, who highly influenced Madness. In fact the band took their name from one of Prince Busters songs, which they also covered on the singles b-side. The song was re-recorded later that same year for the 'One Step Beyond' album. As well as having a distinctively clearer sound, the song had a slight change in lyrics. A further version of the single was recorded at a John Peel session and it is this version that Barson prefers. The B-Side 'Madness' was also re-recorded for the album in a more multi-layered arrangement.
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