Mad­ness, “Can’t Touch Us Now”

The Denver Post - - LIFE & CULTURE -

One of the most Bri­tish of bands and some en­er­getic per­form­ers, Mad­ness bring the goods in fa­mil­iarly en­ter­tain­ing fash­ion on “Can’t Touch Us Now,” sus­tain­ing the strong resur­gence on its third al­bum since 2009. Lead singer Suggs con­trib­utes touch­ing por­traits of Amy Wine­house (“the voice of fallen an­gels”) on “Black­bird” and of a leg­endary West End home­less woman on “Pam The Hawk.” “Older and gray” they may be, as the slightly lu­natic “Soul Deny­ing” de­scribes, yet Mad­ness still pleases. — Pablo Gorondi, The As­so­ci­ated Press

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