SEVEN RAGGED MEN | 2005
The story of Madness... in their own words
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2005

MEMORIES

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CHRIS: The Dangermen wasn’t my cup of tea at all. It just didn’t seem good enough for my band to suddenly be doing all these bloody cover versions all of a sudden. Our body of work is far too good for that, so I decided to leave.