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Album artwork for The Dangermen Sessions by Madness

The Dangermen Sessions is the eight studio album from Madness. Originally released in August 2005, the album consists of cover versions of reggae and ska tracks such as Prince Buster’s ‘Girl Why Don’t You’ and Desmond Dekker and the Aces ‘Israelites’, alongside ska covers of tracks including The Supremes ‘You Keep Me Hanging On’ and The Kinks ‘Lola’. It reached No.11 in the UK chart, which at the time was the band’s highest chart position in the UK since 1984’s Keep Moving. This new reissue features exclusive liner notes containing in-depth interviews with band members Chrissyboy Foreman, Mike Barson and Mark Bedford.

Madness

The Dangermen Sessions

BMG
Album artwork for The Dangermen Sessions by Madness
LP

£23.99£16.99

sale
Black
Released 02/12/2022Catalogue Number

4050538618839

Album artwork for Album artwork for The Dangermen Sessions by Madness by The Dangermen Sessions - Madness
Album artwork for The Dangermen Sessions by Madness
CD

£11.99

Digipack. With 6 Bonus Tracks to the Vinyl.

Released 25/11/2022Catalogue Number

4050538829259

Madness

The Dangermen Sessions

BMG
Album artwork for The Dangermen Sessions by Madness
LP

£23.99£16.99

sale
Black
Released 02/12/2022Catalogue Number

4050538618839

Album artwork for Album artwork for The Dangermen Sessions by Madness by The Dangermen Sessions - Madness
Album artwork for The Dangermen Sessions by Madness
CD

£11.99

Digipack. With 6 Bonus Tracks to the Vinyl.

Released 25/11/2022Catalogue Number

4050538829259

The Dangermen Sessions is the eight studio album from Madness. Originally released in August 2005, the album consists of cover versions of reggae and ska tracks such as Prince Buster’s ‘Girl Why Don’t You’ and Desmond Dekker and the Aces ‘Israelites’, alongside ska covers of tracks including The Supremes ‘You Keep Me Hanging On’ and The Kinks ‘Lola’. It reached No.11 in the UK chart, which at the time was the band’s highest chart position in the UK since 1984’s Keep Moving. This new reissue features exclusive liner notes containing in-depth interviews with band members Chrissyboy Foreman, Mike Barson and Mark Bedford.