Forging Ahead

Infobox Album
Name = Forging Ahead
Type = Album
Artist = Bad Manners

Released = 1982
Recorded =
Genre = Ska
Length = 41:50
Label = Magnet
Producer = Roger Lomas
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|3|5 [ link]
Last album = "Gosh It's... Bad Manners" (1981)
This album = "Forging Ahead" (1982)
Next album = "Klass" (1983)

Forging Ahead is the fourth album by Bad Manners from the year 1982. It was the group's last album on Magnet Records.

Track listing

*All songs by Cook/Farren/Hyman/Kane/Marson/Stewart/Trendle/Tuitt unless noted.
# "That'll Do Nicely" - 2:52
# "Salad Bar" - 2:51
# "Tonight Is Your Night" - 3:25
# "Samson and Delilah (Biblical Version)" - 5:18
# "Exodus" (Ernest Gold) - 2:45
# "Got No Brains" - 3:48
# "My Girl Lollipop" (Morris Levy/Johnny Roberts) - 4:59
# "Falling Out of Love" - 3:23
# "Seventh Heaven" - 3:28
# "Educating Marmalade" - 3:16
# "What's Up Crazy Pup" (Van Morrison) - 1:56
# "Your" - 3:49


*Buster Bloodvessel - Lead Vocals
*Louis Alphonso - Guitar
*David Farren - Bass
*Martin Stewart - Keyboards
*Brian Tuitt - Drums
*Chris Kane - Tenor Saxophone
*Andrew Marson - Alto Saxophone, Banjo
*Paul "Gus" Hyman - Trumpet
*Winston Bazoomies - Harmonica, Backing Vocals

*Roger Lomas - Producer
*Ted Sharp - Engineer
*Recorded at Rockfield Studios, Monmouth, Wales

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