Yes, I know everyone will disagree! Anyway, I have all of the brilliant Madness albums in the box set, "The Lot". I play them all the time but I have to say the one I probably play the most is this one: "Mad Not Mad". I've been gradually buying the double disc reissues. I already have "One Step Beyond...", "Absolutely" and "7". So now I only need "Rise & Fall", "Keep Moving" and this fine collection to complete my set of the band's original albums. I am really pleased that with this disc they're giving us a bonus DVD of the original videos and a few rare TV and concert appearances. The band has since dismissed this album as being dated and overproduced with its '80s sound. However, when you're dealing with tracks such as "Yesterday's Men", "Time", "Burning the Boats", "Uncle Sam", etc you can't go wrong. Quite simply Madness are genius writers and musicians. In the '60s there was The Beatles. In the '70s there was Queen. In the '80s there was Madness. They were untouchable. And they still are. And thank God they're still around making music such as "The Liberty of Norton Folgate". Long may they continue.