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The popular British ska-pop band Madness} broke up in 1986, but most of its personnel never quite seemed content to call it quits. In 1988 four of its seven members formed a new band, which they differentiated from the original only by adding the word "The" to the name "Madness." The new group released only one (self-titled) album, a keyboard-heavy britpop record with very little ska influence. Longtime Madness} frontman Graham "Suggs" McPherson} sang lead on half the tracks. The other half are credited to "Cathal," who sounds suspiciously like Carl "Chas Smash" Smyth} (a trumpet player, backup vocalist and utility infielder for Madness}). Guitarist Chris Foreman} and sax man Lee Thompson} resumed their original roles. The album also features keyboardist Steve Nieve}, who played for Madness} when its founding pianist, Mike Barson}, left in 1985. The Madness} released only one single, "I Pronounce You." ~ Darryl Cater, All Music Guide

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