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Madness - Baggy Trousers (Official Video)

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Click here for more Madness: https://madnessband.lnk.to/Youtube One of Madness's true anthems, 'Baggy Trousers' captured the imagination of kids and parents all over the UK when it was released in 1980. The video, which begins with that unmistakeable "ding-a-ling-a-ling", finds Madness back at school remembering the fun they had. According to the song all Madness learned at school was "how to bend, not break the rules" and they've been doing it ever since. Download Total Madness on iTunes : http://apple.co/29mXeB5 Buy Total Madness on Amazon : http://amzn.to/29qu0Sp Listen to Total Madness on Spotify : http://spoti.fi/29hd2Cj -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Check out Madness on Facebook : http://bit.ly/29eYRxw Discover more about Madness on their website : http://www.madness.co.uk
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Emio (1 day ago)
1:25
Ross Macdonald (3 days ago)
Takes me back to primary school in the early 80s. All working class kids just going mental. The older cool kids with the drain pipes on, bright yellow socks and DM's. Fucking quality. Thank goodness I grew up then and not now.
David Cardus (4 days ago)
Flying guy ???
hElL0 tHeRe (5 days ago)
When you fail your GCSEs 1:31
Jared Kartinyeri (5 days ago)
colgate australia ad.
Struck Eagle 803 (8 days ago)
Oh the 70s were a simpler time, shame I wasn't there.
WoaxGamesTV (4 days ago)
80s...
Gearjammer (10 days ago)
Back when schools had grass areas to play on.
This is a American free zone
Dave Valens (13 days ago)
Smoking a cigeretre while listening this. I miss my generation☹
Llouise Boyd (14 days ago)
Those were the days!
Lenora Kok (15 days ago)
british has joined the chat.
Dave Valens (17 days ago)
Reminds me of Rodney Rotten... We are #1
Isaac Slaney (26 days ago)
_N O S T A L G I A_
Papa Pepo (29 days ago)
0:36 prehistoric floss
W Leon (29 days ago)
Who has come here because of the Colgate Blue Minty Gel ad? Lolol.
tommy towse (30 days ago)
That intro is one of the best ever haha
Marc Hillard (30 days ago)
Dont meet your hero they say. face to face with the King of ska the other night. And to my surprise he was, as expected a diamond. The King of Cnut brushed shoulders us mere peasants. Long live the King
manuel fernandez (1 month ago)
(6.911.182 vis.)
rory reynolds (1 month ago)
No one can disrespect these blokes down to earth geezas , sell out everywhere and still visit smaller areas absolute dons of music x
•b0wnsy girl• (1 month ago)
I’m 14 and I love madness music I pretty much hate the majority of music nowadays
three frogs (1 month ago)
its perhaps the best one
Adrian Camus (1 month ago)
2018?
ET42Driver (1 month ago)
Mornin' time, when we're awake, brush our teeth with new Colgate...
Kevin Morgan (1 month ago)
This should have been the theme tune to Grange Hill.
çağrı aydın (1 month ago)
This was the first ever ska song I've ever heard, y cousin was playing it, I was around 4-5 years old. Probably best thing ever happened to me when I was a kid.
Martin Karadagian (1 month ago)
What does he say at the beggining?
WOOKIE NINJA 88 (1 month ago)
Martin Karadagian np
Martin Karadagian (1 month ago)
Thanks man. English is not my mother language...
WOOKIE NINJA 88 (1 month ago)
Martin Karadagian so baggy trousers ha baggy trousers ha—— baggy trousers
Andy JS (1 month ago)
It's a pity the sound quality isn't as good as it could be on this upload, especially with such a clear picture.
DJM (1 month ago)
Anyone here listening in 2018
DJM of course we fucking are, dumbass
Katy Rosselli (1 month ago)
😻😻
Jason Groves (1 month ago)
Bring back the, 80's
Scorpiogirlxx (1 month ago)
I. Love. This. Song
MAX BLE (1 month ago)
1:46 saxophone guy flying randomly behind lol
Connie Mchugh (2 months ago)
I wAs BoRn In ThE wRoNg GeNeRaTiOn
Jamie McCallum (2 months ago)
Heard this when I was 4
Jeff Woods (2 months ago)
In primary school if we heard this song it meant it was time to get dressed for PE. As soon as it started everyone rushed to get ready, by the time we got to year 6 I think my entire year knew all the lyrics.
Pete Shields (2 months ago)
Walking home from school i remember
Christine Richards (2 months ago)
I’m here for nostalgia of Lonsdale T-Shirts and what was for me the birth of the Madness videos and recalling when lads wore shorts over track bottoms!
everytiem (2 months ago)
'proto-roy purdy'
KEVWARD63 (2 months ago)
Love this , just a classic ...the flying sax guy ...still remember that , killed me laughing back then ...Madness just seemed to be having fun making brilliant music and vids !!
8 red cabbages (2 months ago)
*FLYING* *SAXOPHONE* *MAN*
David Harrison (2 months ago)
this sumed up school in the 1970s so much . god bless you lads !
W Roberts (2 months ago)
Not a burka to be seen. They must be banned. /end sarc
Lee Davenport (2 months ago)
I prefer Another brick in the wall by Pink Floyd
All my family love madness and this sort of music so I grew up with it even though I'm quite young
dan mead (2 months ago)
im only nine and i love maddness
Martin Karadagian (2 months ago)
0:23 why is that so hilarious!?!?
LJC (2 months ago)
OI MADNESS! Get your baggy trousers over to NYC, on the double, and give us a gig or 2.
georgethebear1812 (2 months ago)
absolute nutters
Jeza Bel (2 months ago)
Robbie Rotten live video sent me here (but I knew Madness since I was 12)
mrmoo (2 months ago)
"Any Ideas for the video?" "I know, we'll take the xylophone onto a school field and play there with the saxophone player just floating around" XD
Manny Silveira (2 months ago)
WE GOT THE COLGATE PUMP!
RGB Games 101 (2 months ago)
The best song from one of my favourite plays
TheHacker Boy (2 months ago)
This music too nutty
Filipa Duarte (2 months ago)
I was born in a very wrong generation!!!!
Sean Cyco (3 months ago)
MADNESS always had great video clips for their song's, and there song's are great, you can't help but MOVE YOUR FEET!..
Elizabeth M E Warren (3 months ago)
This is a good tune, I used to have nightmares when I was 4 of the band, this song inparticular.
Martin Ruelas (3 months ago)
Naughty boys in nasty schools  Headmasters breaking all the rules  Having fun and playing fools  Smashing up the woodwork tools  All the teachers in the pub  Passing 'round the ready-rub  Trying not to think of when  The lunch-time bell will ring again. Oh what fun we had  But, did it really turn out bad  All I learnt at school  Was how to bend not break the rules  Oh what fun we had  But at the time it seemed so bad  Trying different ways  To make a difference to... The headmaster's had enough to-day  All the kids have gone away  Gone to fight with next-door's school  Every term, that is the rule  Sits alone and bends his cane  Same old backsides again  All the small ones tell tall tales  Walking home and squashing snails.  Oh what fun we had  But, did it really turn out bad  All I learnt at school  Was how to bend not break the rules  Oh what fun we had  But at the time it seemed so bad  Trying different ways  To make a difference to the days.  Lots of girls and lots of boys  Lots of smells and lots of noise  Playing football in the park  Kicking Pushbikes after dark  Baggy trousers, dirty shirt  Pulling hair and eating dirt  Teacher comes to break it up  Back of the 'ead with a plastic cup.  Oh what fun we had  But, did it really turn out bad  All I learnt at school  Was how to bend not break the rules  Oh what fun we had  But at the time it seemed so bad  Trying different ways  To make a difference to the days.  Baggy trousers, baggy trousers, baggy trousers  Baggy trousers, baggy trousers, baggy trousers
IeuanTime (3 months ago)
I can’t hear this without thinking about my father. He loves a bit of Madness.
gogo rik (3 months ago)
best memory....still shaking haha
voderick (3 months ago)
The nutty sound....written on a LP :)
Alejandro Fernandez (3 months ago)
I’m 23 and American I jus discover this song lol
maryjhynes (3 months ago)
Baggy pants
Steve Hope (3 months ago)
Legendary
Stephen Coulter (3 months ago)
I brought myself here
Buy me Skittles (3 months ago)
WE GOT THE COLGATE PUMP WE LOVE THE COLGATE PUMP
TheAphexTim (3 months ago)
Man, that saxman is in the zone
Bravo & Eli (3 months ago)
Colgate blue minty gel
virgil Allen (3 months ago)
on the hicky coach from the black bull
Bernie Brigden (3 months ago)
I remember them when on top of the pop flying around on wires they filled the studio jam packed
G.J. KOSTER (3 months ago)
So much more class and coolness than all them fuckers of today's.
Paddy Hector (3 months ago)
Uk High school anthem
Jackson Backwell (3 months ago)
2018?
David Hunter (3 months ago)
Madness 😎 Madness 😎 Absolutely 😎 Madness 😎
Non Serviam (3 months ago)
Great song from a french guy Listening to madness and the special aka is really cool 🇫🇷🇬🇧
Myles Richardson (4 months ago)
First 45 I ever bought,Stiff Green Label,WHS Record Vouchers for my Birthday...ahh Salad Days....
Harry Wiseman (4 months ago)
This was when music was good Today's music is horrible And i am 13
tinka bella (4 months ago)
Love this still hahah xx
Kevin Prior (4 months ago)
Wonder if this video was done by the same person that did Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall? Both kinda similar with all the kids playing in the park
Samuel Kerby (4 months ago)
This is my cheer up song.
Zachy B (4 months ago)
0:15
THE FREINDLY MODDER (4 months ago)
2018??
peter green (4 months ago)
this is amazing this hase a good sound track
Missy brown (4 months ago)
My dad and auntie is in this 😂
Mr Jazz (4 months ago)
Wow everywhere I go Matt Damon is there
prankster 123 (4 months ago)
0:56to 0:59 I’ll never be outdone **pause**jake paulers number 1!
shnpio (4 months ago)
I'm so confused 😂
BananaNeptune (4 months ago)
1:41 Market Liberal gang
Mélinda Bas (4 months ago)
Timeless!!!
Kathleen Woolever (4 months ago)
ahhhh those school days ;)
Natalia Velasquez Garces (4 months ago)
Naughty boys in nasty schools Headmasters breaking all the rules Having fun and playing fools Smashing up the woodwork tools All the teachers in the pub Passing 'round the ready-rub Trying not to think of when The lunch-time bell will ring again. Oh what fun we had But, did it really turn out bad All I learnt at school Was how to bend not break the rules Oh what fun we had But at the time it seemed so bad Trying different ways To make a difference to... The headmaster's had enough to-day All the kids have gone away Gone to fight with next-door's school Every term, that is the rule Sits alone and bends his cane Same old backsides again All the small ones tell tall tales Walking home and squashing snails. Oh what fun we had But, did it really turn out bad All I learnt at school Was how to bend not break the rules Oh what fun we had But at the time it seemed so bad Trying different ways To make a difference to the days. Lots of girls and lots of boys Lots of smells and lots of noise Playing football in the park Kicking Pushbikes after dark Baggy trousers, dirty shirt Pulling hair and eating dirt Teacher comes to break it up Back of the 'ead with a plastic cup. Oh what fun we had But, did it really turn out bad All I learnt at school Was how to bend not break the rules Oh what fun we had But at the time it seemed so bad Trying different ways To make a difference to the days. Baggy trousers, baggy trousers, baggy trousers Baggy trousers, baggy trousers, baggy trousers
Carnival anyone?
The Chunky Badger (4 months ago)
Man. I would love a coat like theirs. Does anyone know what type of coat they are and where I can get one? Many thanks.
Maureen Wagg (4 months ago)
25K vs roughly 800 boring people
Jessica Adams (4 months ago)
Bloody hell they were good. Art.
Rui Almeida (4 months ago)
An old Portuguese satire band made such an awesome version of this song names: bué da baldas (slang for a lot of slackers). The band name was despe e siga (translates to strip and go). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYgWgYVUT_4 I miss my childhood. :D
Sophie Myatt (4 months ago)
Dammmn that harmonica...
lil Pepe (5 months ago)
Dislikes are form belibers
Deborah Kerr (5 months ago)
The sun and the rain,madness
KT KLT (5 months ago)
I smell mayonnaise
LoungeJay (5 months ago)
I'm sure I read somewhere that this song was a response to Pink Floyd's "Another Brick In The Wall" which painted a very grim picture of school life in Britain; Suggs wanted to say that school wasn't  all that bad.

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