Back in the day, as part of the 2Tone Ska Revival, Madness were responsible for some of the biggest hits the genre has ever seen. In the early `80s, along with The Specials, The Beat and The Selecter, they were at the forefront of the movement and many people still consider them a Ska band today. Echoes of Ska can be heard on every one of their studio albums including their most recent, The Liberty Of Norton Folgate. It's from a Ska-flavoured track on this album that we take our title, `Forever Young', which is joined by the classic Nutty Boy anthems `Baggy Trousers', `One Step Beyond...', `Night Boat To Cairo', `The Prince', `Swan Lake' and many more. As a special added bonus, the band has contributed two previously unreleased tracks; a cover of Jimmy Cliff's `Vietnam' and a rollicking version of Edvard Grieg's `In The Hall Of The Mountain King'.