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Madness 10/21/1997

Review

By 1986, the Clive Langer/Alan Winstanley production team had become synonymous with an all-too-slick approach. And despite their previous, well-tempered work with the band, Keep Moving falls into the same formulaic pitfalls of the period, incorporating the overused Afrodiziak and TKO horns, as well as a full gospel choir and even a cameo from Michael Caine. Overbearing production aside, this is well-crafted Brit-pop that explores a brighter, though decidedly less memorable side than the previous album. [The American issue replaces the lesser "Waltz Into Mischief" with the stray singles "Wings of a Dove" and "The Sun and the Rain," along with "Prospects" and "Samantha," making it the preferable version of the album.] ~ Chris Woodstra
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Keep Moving Madness 3:29
  3. 2 Wings of a Dove (A Celebratory Song) Madness 3:0
  4. 3 The Sun and the Rain Madness 3:14
  5. 4 Brand New Beat Madness 3:13
  6. 5 March of the Gherkins Madness 3:25
  7. 6 Michael Caine Madness 3:34
  8. 7 Prospects Madness 4:10
  9. 8 Victoria Gardens Madness 4:31
  10. 9 Samantha Madness 3:11
  11. 10 One Better Day Madness 4:4
  12. 11 Give Me a Reason Madness 3:22
  13. 12 Turning Blue Madness 3:6
  14. 13 Time for Tea Madness 3:2
  15. 14 Waltz into Mischief Madness 3:34

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