Madness may refer to:

  • Insanity, a severe mental disorder typically stemming from a form of mental illness
  • Madness (band), a British ska/pop band
    • Madness (Madness album), 1983 release by the band
    • The Madness (album) by The Madness, a band formed by members of the original Madness
  • Madness (Tony MacAlpine album), 1993 album
  • "Madness" (The Rasmus song), 2001
  • "Madness" (Elton John song), 1978
  • "Madness" (Muse song), the second single by Muse from the 2012 album The 2nd Law
  • "Madness" (Ivi Adamou song), a song by Ivi Adamou, a Cypriot singer
  • "Madness", a song by Prince Buster from the 1963 album I Feel the Spirit, covered by Madness on the 1979 album One Step Beyond...
  • "Madness", a song by Alanis Morissette, on the 2008 album Flavors of Entanglement
  • Madness (manga), 2004 series
  • "It's Madness", a 1985 posthumous single release by Marvin Gaye
  • MADNESS, a software environment for numerical simulation
  • Madness, a Flash animated series created by Matt "Krinkels" Jolly, hosted on Newgrounds.

Other articles related to "madness":

Silence Is Madness
... Silence is Madness is the third album by the American heavy metal band Bride, released in 1989 ... On Silence is Madness, Bride also tried to achieve crossover success to the secular market, as they wrote slightly less Christian-based lyrics than before ...
Mountains Of Madness (EP)
... Mountains of Madness is American thrash metal band Diamond Plate's EP, self released in 2008 ... The song "At the Mountains of Madness" relates directly to the H.P ...
List Of Magic: The Gathering Keywords - Keywords From Expert-Level Expansions (mechanics) - Madness
... This ability is written Madness (cost) ... At the time a player discards a card with madness, he or she may pay its madness cost and cast the card ... Madness first appeared in Torment, and the rules for madness were subtly shifted for the reappearance of madness in Time Spiral block (see Too Cool for Rules), where ...
Madness (Is All In The Mind)
... Madness (Is All in the Mind) is a song by British band Madness from their fourth album The Rise and Fall ... Unlike most Madness songs this features Chas Smash on lead vocals ... It should not be confused with "Madness", the Prince Buster song previously covered by the group ...

Famous quotes containing the word madness:

    Much Madness is divinest Sense—
    To a discerning Eye—
    Much Sense—the starkest Madness
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    Much madness is divinest sense
    To a discerning eye;
    Much sense the starkest madness.
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    The world has always gone through periods of madness so as to advance a bit on the road to reason.
    Hermann Broch (1886–1951)