Madness House Of Fun Young Ones
House of Fun - Wikipedia. This article is about the Madness single. For the television channel, see House of Fun TV. It is the band's only number one single in the UK and in 2.
British public voted it as the nation's 8th favourite 1. ITV. However, while the song was being recorded, head of Stiff Records Dave Robinson demanded that the band add a chorus, to ensure the song was a hit.
Upon hearing this, band member Mike Barson immediately wrote the . Instead, the recording was edited, and the chorus instruments and vocals dubbed onto the recording.
This proved to be difficult, mainly due to technical limitations at the time, and it resulted in the first part of the word . Due to this, the chorus seemed to begin . Although this proved to be a tough task, it was completed successfully. The song is written in simple verse- chorus form, ending with a repeating chorus fade out (the original 7. The song begins solely with eight drum beats, before the keyboard, bass guitar, electric guitar, trumpet and saxophone are all introduced simultaneously. The song is about coming of age. The lyrics tell the story of a boy on his 1.
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The UK age of consent is 1. I think it's about coming of age, I can't remember much about because when it happened to me it was a long time ago. You could buy a packet of fags, a pint of beer and a three piece suit for half a crown and still have enough left to go and see Rudolf Valentino at the Gaumont! I can't afford to go to the pictures these days but I hear they talk in them now. This was filmed on 7 March 1. On entering the shop, Suggs acts out the lyrics of the song, as a 1.
Suddenly, on the first chorus, three of the band members enter the shop, dressed in gowns and wearing sunglasses and silly headgear, and perform a simple, rhythmic yet comedic tongue- in- cheek stepping- dance routine, supposedly acting as dancing clowns hired with the Pleasure Beach attraction 'Fun House'. The small boy who is seen lurking around the shop doorway in the early part of the track was an unintentional addition to the cast. The child was a local lad called Leon (surname redacted to preserve anonymity) who later grew up to be one of Great Yarmouths most well known cocaine & crack dealers. He was found dead in a public lavatory in early 1. The band are later seen in a Barbershop, before the finale of the song is sung on the roller coaster at the aforementioned funfair. The film closes with the band on board an infinite roller coaster loop as the chorus fades.
Despite the fact that . Due to this, the music video, along with others such as . It was initially included on Complete Madness, which also hit number 1 in the UK at the time of the single's release, meaning Madness were at the top of both the single and album charts. The song was then included on the 1. Divine Madness, which was later reissued as The Heavy Heavy Hits.
The song was further included on The Business and It's.. It featured in the Our House musical, which was based on the band's songs, and as such appears on the accompanying soundtrack, Our House. Furthermore, it was part of the US releases Madness and Ultimate Collection. However, subsequent releases of the song removed this ending with the track fading to a conclusion instead.
It wasn't until 2. This is also the version used on the A Guided Tour of Madness compilation. Personnel. A version appeared on The Madness' self- titled LP.
It was released as a one-off single on 30 April 1982 and reached. Welcome to the house of fun, now I've come of age Welcome to the house of fun Welcome to the lion's den, temptation's on its way Welcome to the house of fun Welcome. Madness – House of Fun has an “Auto Plays” function, too. Clicking on the blue Auto Plays button below the fifth reel allows the player to select 5~99 automated.