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Embarrassment (RSD 24)

Record Store Day 2024 - 180g 12" - £23.99
Apart from ‘Baggy Trousers’, ‘Embarrassment’ was the only Madness single not to be released on 12” in the ‘80s.

The Liberty Of Norton Folgate (Reissue)

180g 2lp w/ bonus tracks in gatefold - £29.99 | Buy
2cd with 9 bonus tracks + 24pp booklet (2023 remaster) - £12.99 | Pre Order
'The Liberty of Norton Folgate' is the ninth studio album from Madness and widely considered to be their magnum opus.

Theatre Of The Absurd presents: C'est La Vie

black 2lp in gatefold sleeve - £29.99
cd - £13.99 | Buy
The old gang got back together, set aside their differences and created one of the most cohesive (and dare we say it, experimental) records of their career! The...

Wonderful (expanded edition)

2cd - £12.99 | Buy
This 2CD reissue features brand new liner notes containing interviews with the band, and 14 bonus tracks.

Can’t Touch Us Now (2023 reissue)

180g Black 2lp in gatefold sleeve - £28.99 | Buy
Can't Touch Us Now is Madness’ eleventh studio album.

The Rise & Fall (Expanded Edition)

deluxe expanded 2cd - £12.99 | Buy
'The Rise & Fall' is the fourth studio album by Madness, originally released in November 1982.
Oui Oui, Si Si, Ja Ja, Da Da (Expanded Edition)
  1. My Girl 2
  2. Never Knew Your Name
  3. La Luna
  4. How Can I Tell You
  5. Kitchen Floor
  6. Misery
  7. Leon
  8. Circus Freaks
  9. So Alive
  10. Small World
  11. Death of a Rude Boy
  12. Powder Blue
  13. Black and Blue
  14. My Girl 2 (Clive Langer and Charlie Andrew Mix)
  15. Deolali [Bonus Track]
  16. 1978 [Bonus Track]
  17. My Obsession [Bonus Track]
  18. Big Time Sister [Bonus Track]
  19. Oh My Love [Bonus Track]
  20. Crying [Bonus Track]
  21. (You) Can't Keep a Good Thing Down [Bonus Track]


Oui Oui, Si Si, Ja Ja, Da Da (Expanded Edition)

  • 2LP

    Released: 28th Apr 2023


Originally released in 2012, Oui Oui, Si Si, Ja Ja, Da Da is the tenth studio album from Madness, following 2009’s triumphant comeback album, The Liberty Of Norton Folgate.

The band considered various titles for the album before settling on the name alongside the legendary artist, Peter Blake, who designed the unique cover art. Boasting a myriad of pop gems and majestic dub cuts, the album was the band’s seventh record to reach the UK’s Top Ten album chart, proving once again that Madness were still at the very top of their game, over 30 years on. This reissue includes 7 bonus tracks, which didn’t appear on the original LP, pressed on double heavyweight vinyl and presented in gatefold packaging. It also includes brand new liner notes featuring interviews with band members Mike Barson, Chrissyboy Foreman and Daniel ‘Woody’ Woodgate.