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Mad At The World - Mad At The World (1987)

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Pop | Rock | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Title: Mad At The World
Year Of Release: 1987
Label: Frontline Records
Genre: New wave / Synthpop
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log,scans)
Total Time: 51:49
Total Size: 345 MB


01. Living Dead [0:03:30.16]
02. All the Lonely Sheep [0:05:53.26]
03. I Want to See Heaven [0:04:28.37]
04. No Room Left [0:04:07.86]
05. Easy Way Out [0:03:53.62]
06. Bad Motives [0:04:20.13]
07. No More Innocence [0:05:01.77]
08. It Can't Rain Forever [0:05:03.13]
09. Here We Go Again [0:03:31.33]
10. Dry Your Tears [0:04:14.56]
11. Mad at the World [0:03:58.66]
12. Change of Luck [0:03:47.04]

Every so often, once in a blue moon, you come across a rare gem. I stumbled upon this synthpop duo, quite by accident. Just like other influential synthpop legends like Red Flag or Cause and Effect, Roger and Randy Rose are also brothers. Though they have a secret that might make you turn up your noses at first, I can assure you, that Mad At The World is definitely worth the listen. If Wayne Hussey ( Mission UK) was to do an all out synth-driven tribute to the best new wave 80's artists, this is what it might have sounded like. Mad At The World exploded onto the college radio scene with their debut, self titled, album "Mad At The World" in 1987. They had the look, the sound and the power to be as successful as many of the top synthpop and new wave acts at that time or even their predecessors. Sadly, because of their "secret" , which did not stay a "secret" for too long, they were ignored and passed over by many mainstream radio stations and DJ's. To this day, both their debut album "Mad At The World" and their incredible follow up album "Flowers In The Rain" in 1988, will go down as two of the best but most undiscovered treasures to ever hit the new wave and synthpop world. Mad At The World pays homage to some of the best artists and bands to come out of the 80's, such as Pet Shop Boys, The Cult , New Order,Human League, Depeche Mode, to name a few.

Mad At The World - Mad At The World (1987)



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