Madness’ first disc in six years isn’t so much a comeback as it is a pure lark on which the band runs through 12 covers of some beloved oldies — including Desmond Dekker’s ”Israelites” and, of all things, the Kinks’ ”Lola” — in their trademark ska-pop style. While there’s no danger of anyone going stark raving bonkers over it, The Dangermen Sessions, Volume One is a dandy little party record for your next Saturday-night soiree.
The Dangermen Sessions, Volume One Madness' first disc in six years isn't so much a comeback as it is a pure lark on which the band runs through 12 covers of some beloved oldies —...The Dangermen Sessions, Volume OneRock Madness' first disc in six years isn't so much a comeback as it is a pure lark on which the band runs through 12 covers of some beloved oldies —...2005-08-15
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): V2
Posted August 15 2005 — 12:00 AM EDT
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