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  Madchester - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Madchester is sometimes know as Moss Side or (incorrectly) Manchester, or (relating to either the new supercasino or something ruder about the virtue of young ladies from the city) "The Three Cherries".
Madchester is surrounded by the Great Wall of Madchester created by MadDog 60/60 (MadDog 20/20's Grandfather) it bears the moniker M60 in deference to him.
Madchester physically recovered from the war quickly, but the effect on the local cheese economy was devastating, with 70% of stiltons, 85% of cheddars and 96% of Edams destroyed or crippled.
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  madmanc.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Madchester refers to a period during the late 1980s and early 1990s when Manchester was the focus for a lot of the new musical talent hitting the UK indie music scene.
The Madchester music was a combination of indie rock, psychedelia, and dance.
Although Manchester has remained a key city on the UK music scene,'Madchester' itself fizzled out by the mid-1990s; in part this was a consequence of the aforementioned drug culture, which greatly slowed the release schedule of the movement's key acts.
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 Madchester - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Another key factor in the build-up to Madchester towards the end of that year was the sudden arrival of the drug ecstasy in the city - legend has it that a friend of the Happy Mondays was a pioneer in bringing the drug into the country from Amsterdam.
The immediate influence of Madchester was in inspiring the wider baggy movement in the UK, with bands from various parts of the country producing music in the early 1990s heavily influenced by the main Madchester players.
More generally, the Madchester scene was groundbreaking in the way it brought together dance music and alternative rock, in particular the combination of the types of drumming found in funk and disco music (and sampled in 80s hip-hop music) with jingle-jangle guitar.
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 Madchester music at Pride of Manchester
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madchester - music from manchester's second summer of love
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 Madchester Downloads - Download Madchester Music - Download Madchester MP3s
Madchester was the dominant force in British rock during the late '80s and early '90s.
Madchester was enormously popular for several years in the U.K. before fading, largely because the Roses and the Mondays fell prey to laziness and drug abuse, respectively.
For many years, the Charlatans UK were perceived as the also-rans of Madchester, the group that didn't capture the zeitgeist like the Stone Roses or the band that failed to match the mad genre-bending of the Happy Mondays.
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Madchester was a massive youth movement in the late 1980's, and the most exciting musical movement since the two-tone explosion 10 years previosly.
Their classic 60s guitar sound fused with the spirit, rhythm and sensibilities of late-80s Mancunian club culture, helped the band lead an indie-dance crossover that was to define a new era in British pop music.
By late '89 they were everywhere and the media were dishing out a definition: Manchester mutated into Madchester, and the so-called 'baggy' phenomenon of bands crossing the indie-dance divide was born.
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 Madchester - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The music scene in Manchester immediately before the Madchester era had been dominated by indie bands such as The Smiths, New Order and A Certain Ratio.
The Stone Roses were formed in 1985 by singer Ian Brown and guitarist John Squire, who had grown up on the same street in Timperley, a leafy suburban town to the south of Manchester.
The peak of Madchester was in the summer of 1990.
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 Madchester revival may be on the cards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
IT'S ten years since the phenomenon of Madchester originally put the city on the musical map.
Probably the kings of the Madchester era, marrying funk-inspired indie vibes with electronic sounds to produce the ultimate "baggy" sound.
Always the fun face of the Madchester era, the Carpets are the band who have set the scene for a revival of all things baggy.
www.manchesteronline.co.uk /entertainment/music/indieandrock/s/48/48190_madchester_revival_may_be_on_the_cards.html   (878 words)

 BBC - Radio 2 -Pills, Thrills and Bellyaches
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It seems like I spent most of the next 18 months there, part of the strange mutual courtship dance and subsequent embrace between the paper and the Madchester scene that propelled it into the psyche of the world.
There may have been some dodgy characters and awful clothes but there were some moments of generational euphoria, a feeling that this was our music and that the voice of the estates and alleys could be heard above the empty din of London's pop chatter.
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The term Madchester was coined for an alternative music scene that developed in Manchester, UK, at the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s.
Other clubs in Manchester started the follow the Haçienda's lead: The Boardwalk in the city centre, the International (and later the International 2) in Longsight and the Osbourne Club in Miles Platting.
However, in the early 1990s the sound spread across the country, with bands such as The Farm, Flowered Up, Candy Flip, Such Perfect Liars, and (early on) Blur treading where mancunians had gone before.
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 Amazon.co.uk: Bez's Madchester Anthems: Sorted Tunes from Back in the Day/Compiled By Bez: Music: Various Artists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Since the smiths broke up, it took years until oasis came on the scene and brought back the music of manchester, that was truly missed since the split of the stone roses.
This compilation has all the tracks that were played everywhere from the more dance orientated tunes from 808 state enjoyed at 051 club to the more indie orientated tunes from the Monday's and Rose's played in the basement of Macs or the first floor of Mardi's.
For anyone who was around at the height of the Madchester scene, this is a heck of a nostalgic trip.
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 Baggy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The scene was extremely influenced by Madchester, although the scene was not geographically confined to Manchester.
Baggy was characterised by psychedelia- and acid house-influenced guitar music, often with a funky drummer beat, similar to the work of the Happy Mondays and the Stone Roses.
Some baggy bands disappeared after the scene was no longer popular, and others evolved into indie rock or Britpop bands who remained popular throughout the 1990s.
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 eBay.co.uk - madchester, bez, CDs, Records items at low prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Madchester (Bez, Shaun Ryder) Happy Mondays DVD rare
World Of Twist THE STORM Madchester CD Single Very rare
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 Madchester - Happy Mondays - Oasis
Manchester has always been a place of Cultural Revolution; its City streets and suburbs the home to more great bands, djs, movers and shaker(maker)s per square paving stone than anywhere else on the planet.
In the late 80's Manchester became 'Madchester' and everybody wanted a piece of the action.
Some said it was all hype, a media invention.
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 YouTube - Bez's Madchester Anthems - Non TV version
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 Amazon.co.uk: The Madchester Scene (Pocket Essentials): Books: Richard Luck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Blending the attitudes of The Fall and The Buzzcocks with cutting edge sampling techniques and the occasional chemical, these bands created the superb 'Madchester' sound.
You need look no further than Primal Scream and Oasis to see that not all that was great about baggy died along with regional institutions like Factory Records and The Hacienda.
The Pocket Essential Madchester profiles all the major bands of the time, together with the groups that influenced them and the swines that ripped them off.
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 Sorted! 40 Madchester Baggy Anthems - - Song Listings
40 Madchester Baggy Anthems' rather misleading title, then Ministry of Sound's two-disc set functions as a fun trip back to the late-'80s/early-'90s British music scene that includes a nice selection of Madchester, Brit-pop, trip-hop, dream pop, dance, and indie singles from...
40 Madchester Baggy Anthems' rather misleading title, then Ministry of Sound's two-disc set functions as a fun trip back to the late-'80s/early-'90s British music scene that includes a nice selection of Madchester, Brit-pop, trip-hop, dream pop, dance, and indie singles from the era.
could truly be considered Madchester, the collection's only annoyance is its "mix" effect, which fades in one track as the one before it fades out.
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 'Madchester' united in Games goal - smh.com.au
At some point the population will become fully engaged with the Games, its 17 sports - from lawn bowls and squash to rugby sevens and netball - and the fate of its 4000 competitors.
And then Manchester is more likely to resemble its rave-scene nickname - Madchester.
Manchester's organisers have based their ticketing and volunteer programs on the Sydney Olympics.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2002/04/16/1018333508833.html   (1057 words)

 RA: Resident Advisor - Warehouse Project to bring back Madchester days - UK News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A new series of warehouse parties in Manchester will be hoping to recreate the days of The Haçienda and the early acid house scene.
It will consist of two rooms The Racking Hall (previously the cool room) and The Box (the storage room).
Artists already confirmed to play include Theo Parrish, Simian Mobile Disco, Optimo and Justice with old Madchester favourites such as Sasha, François K and Mike Pickering also in the pipeline.
www.residentadvisor.net /news.asp?id=8054   (685 words)

 Open Directory - Arts: Music: Styles: R: Rock: Alternative: Madchester   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Madchester - Edinburgh club devoted to this type of music.
Triple J: Happy Mondays and Madchester - Interviews with the band and Tony Wilson of Factory Records.
Virtual Manchester: Hacienda History - Article about the sale of the club, brief history and impact of the club.
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 The FADER Magazine - Madchester 2006, Vol IV
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Happy father's day friends, holmies and especially fathers - holler back for more action soon.
Note that there will be more from our Madchester 2006 coverage not only in like an hour or two, but also into next week.
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 Happy Mondays - Madchester Rave On
A PREVIEW OF HAPPY MONDAYS - MADCHESTER RAVE ON Currently, there are not enough Tomatometer critic reviews for Happy Mondays - Madchester Rave On to receive a rating.
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E.B. White's "Charlotte's Web" makes its second trip to the big screen this weekend, with the voices of such Hollywood heavyweights as Julia Roberts, Robert Redford, Steve Buscemi, and John Cleese.
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