Dr E Vibenstein

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Member Since: 5/9/2003
Total Mixes: 37
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Madness - One Step Beyond... (Deluxe Edition)

Artist Song Buy
Madness  One Step Beyond...  buy on itunes
Madness  My Girl  buy on itunes
Madness  Night Boat To Cairo  buy on itunes
Madness  Believe Me  buy on itunes
Madness  Land Of Hope And Glory  buy on itunes
Madness  The Prince  buy on itunes
Madness  Tarzan's Nuts  buy on itunes
Madness  In The Middle Of The Night  buy on itunes
Madness  Bed & Breakfast Man  buy on itunes
Madness  Razor Blade Alley  buy on itunes
Madness  Swan Lake  buy on itunes
Madness  Rockin' In A Flat  buy on itunes
Madness  Mummy's Boy  buy on itunes
Madness  Madness  buy on itunes
Madness  Chipmunks Are Go!  buy on itunes
Madness  The Prince (Peel Session Version)  buy on itunes
Madness  Bed & Breakfast Man (Peel Session Version)  buy on itunes
Madness  Land Of Hope And Glory (Peel Session Version)  buy on itunes
Madness  Stepping Into Line (Peel Session Version)  buy on itunes
Madness  Mistakes  buy on itunes
Madness  Nutty Theme  buy on itunes
Madness  Deceives The Eye  buy on itunes
Madness  The Young And The Old  buy on itunes
Madness  Don't Quote Me On That  buy on itunes
Madness  Night Boat To Cairo (Paul Gotel Rude Edit)  buy on itunes
Madness  The Prince (Wubble-U Remix)  buy on itunes

Comment:

After discovering that all the old Madness albums are out of print following the expiry of the band's contract with Virgin, I started thinking about how the next label to inherit the back catalogue could bolster the albums with bonus tracks, something Virgin has resolutely failed to do. So this is the first in an ongoing series, the band's debut album enhanced with their John Peel session, appropriate single B-sides and a couple of remixes. More to follow...

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Mixxer
Date: 10/30/2008
Ska lives!
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Pop Kulcher
Date: 10/31/2008
Interesting. I picked this up on vinyl way back in college (an embarrassing 20-ish years ago), liked it a lot at the time, and hadn't really listened to them since. I finally picked up a greatest hits package on cd a few months back, and it was a nice reminder of how much fun this band could be. This would be a great package.

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