Here, you have a wealth of information and opinion on the Madness community to the continuity of Madness releases, just a bunch of Mumbo Jumbo, to be exact.
Discogs and the rampant insanity, the destruction of Discogs data and the inability to sell and collect using the Discogs platform. Let’s see where the continued addition of releases with minor differences, such as Matrix codes or SID codes and, of course, Variants of each and how these basic additions will destroy the integrity of Discogs and the ability to sell, buy and manage your collection.
A single chord reminiscent of The Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night’ and pursued by some evocative piano from Barson evolving into an East End pub pop-boogie, ‘Shut Up’ was inspired by the matter of petty crime.
Let me take you back to the early 1980s, a time when there were three known versions of “Don’t Quote Me On That”; at least to me, that is.
Following this recent discovery, here are the eight known key pressings of UK 1980 editions of Work, Rest and Play (in addition to the two main white versus blue picture sleeve variations).