[Ebook] Before We Was We: Madness by Madness By Mike Barson – Tactical-player.co.uk

Before We Was We: Madness by Madness The First Official Book By MadnessInBefore We Was We Madness Tell Us How They Became Them A Story Of Seven Originals, Whose Collective Graft, Energy And Talent Took Them From The Sweaty Depths Of The Hope And Anchor S Basement To The Top Of The Pops StudioIn Their Own Words They Each Look Back On Shared Adventures Playing Music Together, Riding Freight Trains, Spraying Graffiti And Stealing Records Walking In One Another S Footsteps By Day And Rising Up Through The City S Exploding Pub Music Scene By Night Before We Was We Is Irreverent, Funny And Full Of Character Just Like Them

8 thoughts on “Before We Was We: Madness by Madness

  1. says:

    This is a lovely book for any Madness fan,throughout the book each member of the group tells their own story from their early days complete with photos of each member of Madness ,before the band even formed from their early days from the early 70 s up to the present day.This book will no

  2. says:

    A must read for any fan of the band If you ve seen the film Take It Or Leave It , you will recognise some of their stolen rags to better class of rags trajectory into the public eye and pop stardom notoriety More of the same here but in much detail There s never a dull moment in here and each pag

  3. says:

    Excellent book , and as you would expect from Madness,full of wit,flying through the pages as it s such an easy read.If you re a fan of the band this book is a must by.If you re not.buy it anyway ,you may learn something.

  4. says:

    This is a great read, as all the skulduggery and delinquency of their early lives reminded me of my misspent yoof Gang fights, getting beaten up, nicking, shoplifting, speed, spliffs, acid, the Chelsea Shed end, magistrates, punks, skins and the brilliant music we all grew up to The good old days of the 1970, althoug

  5. says:

    What I was hoping for was a properly written book outlining in detail how the band came to be Instead, what you get is a series of unstructured recollections covered in just a few sentences No flow, no structure In common with Suggs autobiography That Close there is just so much detail that has been left out regarding how the

  6. says:

    Great informative book with plenty of past photographs.well worth the money for a good hardback of an iconic band.A MUST for Madness lovers

  7. says:

    Truly is a great book, I got the audio with it as well which makes it come to life, well done lads.

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