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Oui Oui, Si Si, Ja Ja, Da Da

Released on 29 October 2012

Artist: Madness

5.0 out of 5 (4 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. My Girl 2
  2. Never Knew Your Name
  3. La Luna
  4. How Can I Tell You
  5. Kitchen Floor
  6. Misery
  7. Leon
  8. Circus Freaks
  9. So Alive
  10. Small World
  11. Death of A Rude Boy
  12. Powder Blue
  13. Black and Blue
  14. My Girl 2

customer Reviews

 Average rating (4 reviews)

 oui oui sil vous plait

| | See all rastatimelord's reviews (14)

Another slice of class by the worlds finest band. Not quite as good as the 'Liberty of Norton Folgate' album but still a musical masterpiece. It loses a star because it comes in cardboard fold cover instead of the more robust jewel case, and I'm not keen on the cover, but that's just my opinion. Play very loud and dance your socks off, you wont regret buying this album!

 oui oui sil vous plait

| | See all KingSkaFa's reviews (14)

Another slice of class by the worlds finest band. Not quite as good as the 'Liberty of Norton Folgate' album but still a musical masterpiece. It loses a star because it comes in cardboard fold cover instead of the more robust jewel case, and I'm not keen on the cover, but that's just my opinion. Play very loud and dance your socks off, you wont regret buying this album!

 Madness going back to their roots

| | See all ListenuppeopleOK's reviews (4)

I thought I would give it a couple of months for me to see how this album fitted into my Madness album collection. The overall sound has a retro feel from the My Girl2 right down to Circus freaks. Its a good mix from Suggsy and co. You can hear influences from their previous albums. Tracks such as La Luna and So Alive jump right out and get under your subconcious and you find yourself humming them. For me the stand out track has got to be "Never knew your name" its a slushy love ballad. If it had been released back in the day this would have been a number 1 smash for sure.Those lyrics from the track resonate:

Oh I wanted to call, call out your name
But stupid pride and idiot shame
Hesitated, scared of playing the fool
So you walked away, from Mr Cool

A class number boys! Almost as good as my old time favourite Razor Blade Alley.And more importantly this album does sit well with the other Madness albums in my collection. So buy and enjoy humming to these quality tracks!!!

 Back to original style!

| | See all MKminx's reviews (1)

Really pleased with this album as I think they have returned to the style I know and love. Listen for yourself but I have been a devout fan since the year dot!

 AS GOOD AS THERE FIRST

| | See all boyfrom67's reviews (102)

I have to say i have followed the boys from MY GIRL my first ever single years ago as a boy, years have changed me as much as them plus the whole music scene has changed beyond recognition. But it has to be said its like going back in time with a twist of now, this i would say has the same feel as One Step Beyond there is something original and yet in this time if that make sence. The liberty of northgate was great, wonderful was ok but this is fantastic you can realy feel your going back to there roots some thirty years ago just fantastic buy this cd you will not be dissapointed its bloody great, well done boys looking foward to seeing them this December thirty years to the day of the first gig at Hammersmith pally.

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