Group    From 1976 

Madness

Categories: Music / songs

Rock group. Originally formed as the 'North London Invaders'. They changed their name when Graham (Suggs) McPherson took over the lead vocals. Their chart successes include 'Our House', 'House of Fun' and 'Baggy Trousers'. The group has disbanded and reformed several times.

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