Madman Across the Water - Elton John

Madman Across the Water

Elton John

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2011-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • ℗ 2011 This Record Company Ltd.


Title Artist Time
Tiny Dancer Elton John 6:17 USD 1.29
Levon Elton John 5:22 USD 1.29
Razor Face Elton John 4:44 USD 1.29
Madman Across the Water Elton John 5:58 USD 1.29
Indian Sunset Elton John 6:47 USD 1.29
Holiday Inn Elton John 4:17 USD 1.29
Rotten Peaches Elton John 4:59 USD 1.29
All the Nasties Elton John 5:09 USD 1.29
Goodbye Elton John 1:47 USD 1.29


  • Very strong

    By warbaby43
    certainly among his best
  • Rotten Peaches is...

    By Uncdy
    ...THE most underrated song in the great Sir Elton John catalogue. This album is amazing.
  • Best

    By BabyGeek
  • Madman across the water

    By Harleyboy250
    The new version is simply awful, why would you take such a great song and change it. The nerve of some people's children.
  • Elton's best album

    By dudo670
    Without a doubt this is Elton's best album. There isn't a "skip" track on this album. Whether it's the better known hits like Tiny Dancer or Levon or the epic punch of Madman Across the Water and Indian Sunset, this is one of the better albums ever made. This and Tumbleweed were the two albums that really got Elton on the map.
  • This was the high point of Elton's career.

    By Iceland310
    I personally don't like Elton that much at all. His voice is just weird and the arrangements are generally too pompous. Prior to 1972, though, his work wasn't as goofy as it would be in 1972-6 or as sappy as it would be in his later years. It wasn't always great---he did a forgettable psychadelic album in 1969, and two rather forgettable albums in 1970. But Madman Across The Water was the one time he got everything about as right as he could get it. And it's awesome. Buy this, and you'll have heard all the Elton John you'll probably ever have to hear.
  • One of the Best albums of its time

    By PeterNNJ
    If only Elton could write music like this still. With Bernie Taupin's moving lyrics, Paul Buckmaster writing the beautiful orchestral arrangements, and Davey Johnstone's experimental guitar work in Madman. Who can even hold a candle to that today?
  • Mad Man Across The Water

    By Astroboy6791
    Came across the record at a used record shop in Savannah. Wow. This is an amazing piece of work. From start to finish, just beautiful.
  • Best Elton Album

    By Bamafan92
    We've all heard Elton's Greatest Hits but some of the songs on his earlier albums have slipped through the cracks, which is a shame because they really are some of his finest musical compositions. My personal favorites on this album are "Holiday Inn," "Levon," and "Razor Face." If you like Elton John and want to hear some of his best songs ever, this album is A MUST HAVE!!!!
  • His best......

    By NirkOne
    Easily his best. Bought it in 1986 on cassette. Excellent LP.

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