The Diary of the Madmen

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The Diary of the Madmen
Studio album by Len
Released April 19, 2005 (2005-04-19)
Recorded January 2001 – June 2004
Genre Alternative rock, hip hop
Len chronology
You Can't Stop the Bum Rush
(1999)
The Diary of the Madmen
(2005)
It's Easy If You Try
(2012)
Singles from The Diary of the Madmen
  1. "It's a Brother Sister Thing"
    Released: 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

The Diary of the Madmen is the fourth album by rock/hip hop group Len, released in 2005. A promotional version of the album was released in 2002 under the title We Be Who We Be.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Intro"   Denero 0:30
2. "We Are..."   Marc Costanzo, P. Hancock, M. McMahon 1:35
3. "People (Come Together)"   Marc Costanzo, Sharon Costanzo, Divine Styler, Brian Higgins, Michael Parnin, Planet Pea, M. Wilson* 3:05
4. "We Be Who We Be"   Marc Costanzo, Sharon Costanzo, Divine Styler, M. McKay, Planet Pea, M. Wilson* 3:14
5. "Good Ol' Days"   Marc Costanzo, M. McMahon, R. Morris, Timur Musabay 3:00
6. "It's a Brother Sister Thing"   Marc Costanzo, Sharon Costanzo, Michael Parnin 2:44
7. "Cool It Now" (New Edition cover) Vincent Brantley, Rick Timas 4:27
8. "Get Down"   Marc Costanzo, Divine Styler* 3:57
9. "Another Crazy Nite"   Marc Costanzo, R. Morris 1:48
10. "Fight"   Marc Costanzo, Sharon Costanzo 3:18
11. "Kookoo Docks"   Governor Bolts, DJ Moves 3:22
12. "Funnel"   Marc Costanzo, P. Hancock, M. McMahon, Timur Musabay, J. Schroeder 3:48
13. "The Royal Screwjob"   Marc Costanzo 2:59
14. "Let It Slide" (featuring Biz Markie) Marc Costanzo, Sharon Costanzo 3:55
15. "Better Days"   Marc Costanzo, Nick Gefucia 3:02
16. "Dante's Inferno"   Brian Higgins 3:22
17. "Outro"   Denero 0:32
18. "Video Killed the Radio Star" (hidden track) Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn, Bruce Woolley 2:44
Bonus tracks
No. Title Writer(s) Length
19. "Red Hot Day"     2:08
20. "Rubble"     3:08

Samples[edit]

"People (Come Together)"

"We Be Who We Be"

"Get Down"

We Be Who We Be[edit]

We Be Who We Be
Studio album by Len
Released 2002 (2002)
Recorded 2001–2002
Genre Alternative rock, hip hop
Len chronology
You Can't Stop the Bum Rush
(1999)
We Be Who We Be
(2002)
The Diary of the Madmen
(2005)
Singles from We Be Who We Be
  1. "Bobby"
    Released: 2002

We Be Who We Be is the fourth studio album by the Canadian alternative rock band Len, released by Linus Entertainment in 2002. The album was reissued with additional and altered tracks by Venus Corp. in 2005 as The Diary of the Madmen.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "We Are..."   Marc Costanzo, P. Hancock, M. McMahon 1:35
2. "People (Come Together)"   Marc Costanzo, Sharon Costanzo, Divine Styler, Brian Higgins, Michael Parnin, Planet Pea, M. Wilson* 3:10
3. "Bobby" (featuring Whitey Don)   3:22
4. "We Be Who We Be"   Marc Costanzo, Sharon Costanzo, Divine Styler, M. McKay, Planet Pea, M. Wilson* 3:17
5. "Get Down"   Marc Costanzo, Divine Styler* 3:55
6. "We Rock the Mic"     3:18
7. "King of the Block"     3:57
8. "Boozehounds"     2:46
9. "Kookoo Docks"   Governor Bolts, DJ Moves 4:05
10. "Saturday"     3:27
11. "Funnel"   Marc Costanzo, P. Hancock, M. McMahon, Timur Musabay, J. Schroeder 2:55
12. "Cool It Now" (New Edition cover) Vincent Brantley, Rick Timas 4:23
13. "Let It Slide" (featuring Biz Markie) Marc Costanzo, Sharon Costanzo 3:55
14. "Dante's Inferno"   Brian Higgins 3:22

Samples[edit]

"Saturday"

References[edit]

  1. ^ AllMusic review