Mad’House had been a Euro-dance Madonna tribute act shaped by French companies Bambi Mukendi and Stephane Durand within the springtime of 2002. Turkish vocalist, dancer, and public services pupil Buse Ünlü teamed up together to create their initial record, a techno remake of Madonna’s 1989 dance-pop strike “Such as a Prayer.” Even though the materials girl’s smash once was included in different artists like the commercial dance clothing Bigod 20 in 1993 and by Tin Electric powered on the tribute recording released in Apr 2000, Mad’House’s edition became a gigantic strike throughout Europe, striking number 1 in Austria, Germany, and Ireland. Addresses of “Vacation,” “Just like a Virgin,” and “In to the Groove” had been also released as singles, but weren’t as effective. The full-length recording Absolutely Mad premiered in Sept, and was a moderate strike, only hitting the very best Ten in France (where it peaked at number 3). The group performed several concerts in European countries following the album’s launch, but Ünlü retired from producing music following the delivery of her boy, and Mad’House was forget about.