I'm Going Slightly Mad is a Queen cover and is as camp as it is ever so slightly mental.
What does IGSM stand for?
IGSM stands for I'm Going Slightly Mad (Queen song)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 3 other meanings of IGSM in our Acronym Attic
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- International Ground Source Heat Pump Association
- IBM (International Business Machines) Global Services India
- Irish Genealogical Society International (St. Paul, Minnesota)
- Interactive Graphical Silicon Compiler
- International Graduate School in Integrated Neuroscience (University of Bergen; Norway)
- International Graduate School of Leadership
- Iowa Genealogical Society Library (Des Moines, IA)
- Indian General Service Medal
- Interim Ground Station Module (Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System; US DoD)
- Intermediate General Support Maintenance
- International Geodetic Student Meeting
- Illinois Grade School Music Association
- Inspection Générale pour la Sûreté Nucléaire (French: General Inspectorate for Nuclear Safety)
- Integrated GPRS Serving Node (SGSN and GGSN Into A Single Node; for Mobile IP in GPRS)
- International Geo Sample Number
- International Graduate School of Neuroscience (Ruhr University Bochum; Germany)
- International Gramsci Society Newsletter
Samples in periodicals archive:
Douglas Hogg could have I'm Going Slightly Mad, John Major Under Pressure and Tony Blair and John Prescott One Vision, all courtesy of the band Queen.
In I'm Going Slightly Mad (1992), set to the Queen song, Beacom wears a straitjacket and assumes the role of a madman.