Album artwork for Keep Moving by Madness

Keep Moving is the fifth studio album by Madness. It was originally released in February 1984, and was their final album on the Stiff label with the original line-up, before keyboardist Mike Barson took a temporary hiatus from the group, returning for their Madstock reunion in 1992 and to the band full-time in 1999. The album reached No. 6 in the UK Albums Chart and features the fan favourite ‘Victoria Gardens’ plus the singles ‘Michael Caine’ and ‘One Better Day’, both of which reached the UK Singles Chart Top 20.

Featuring exclusive liner notes containing in-depth interviews with band members Lee ‘Kix’ Thompson, Mike Barson, Suggs McPherson, Mark Bedford, Cathal ‘Chas Smash’ Smyth and Chrissyboy Foreman about their memories of making the record.

Madness

Keep Moving

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Released 07/12/2022Catalogue Number

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Madness

Keep Moving

Salvo
Album artwork for Album artwork for Keep Moving by Madness by Keep Moving - Madness
Album artwork for Keep Moving by Madness
LP

£24.99£17.99

sale
Black
Released 07/12/2022Catalogue Number

4050538618792

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Keep Moving is the fifth studio album by Madness. It was originally released in February 1984, and was their final album on the Stiff label with the original line-up, before keyboardist Mike Barson took a temporary hiatus from the group, returning for their Madstock reunion in 1992 and to the band full-time in 1999. The album reached No. 6 in the UK Albums Chart and features the fan favourite ‘Victoria Gardens’ plus the singles ‘Michael Caine’ and ‘One Better Day’, both of which reached the UK Singles Chart Top 20.

Featuring exclusive liner notes containing in-depth interviews with band members Lee ‘Kix’ Thompson, Mike Barson, Suggs McPherson, Mark Bedford, Cathal ‘Chas Smash’ Smyth and Chrissyboy Foreman about their memories of making the record.