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Madstock! is a live album by ska/pop band Madness, released on 2 November 1992. The album includes highlights from Madness' first concerts since their disbanding in 1986, on 8 and 9 August 1992 at Finsbury Parkin London. The bill included Flowered Up, Gallon Drunk, Ian Dury and The Blockheads, Morrissey and Madness. At the Saturday show, Morrissey wrapped himself in a Union Jack flag, attracting a group of right-wing types to gather close to the stage. This controversy ended up garnering more attention than the re-union of Madness.
The full concert was released on a corresponding video, but both the album and video are now out of print, But is available in the box-set A Guided Tour Of Madness as a DVD. The concert became a biennial event being held again in 1994, 1996, and 1998 (this last Madstock is available on DVD). In December 2008 the band announced that they would be staging a 5th Madstock concert in 2009 to celebrate their 30th anniversary held on 17 July in Victoria Park, East London.
|1.||"One Step Beyond"||Cecil Campbell||3:29|
|2.||"The Prince"||Lee Thompson||2:32|
|3.||"Embarrassment"||Thompson, Mike Barson||3:17|
|5.||"The Sun and the Rain"||Barson||3:24|
|7.||"It Must Be Love"||Labi Siffre||3:38|
|8.||"Shut Up"||Graham McPherson, Chris Foreman||3:28|
|9.||"Driving in My Car"||Barson||3:22|
|10.||"Bed & Breakfast Man"||Barson||2:28|
|11.||"Close Escape"||Thompson, Foreman||2:52|
|12.||"Wings of a Dove"||McPherson, Carl Smyth||3:16|
|13.||"Our House"||Foreman, Smyth||3:31|
|14.||"Night Boat to Cairo"||McPherson, Smyth||3:43|
|16.||"House of Fun"||Thompson, Barson||2:52|
|17.||"Baggy Trousers"||McPherson, Foreman||2:38|
|18.||"The Harder They Come"||Jimmy Cliff||5:44|