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Fleetwood Mac's only full-length album with a lineup of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks, Billy Burnette, and Rick Vito proved an artistic and commercial disappointment not so much because Lindsey Buckingham was missing as songwriter/guitarist/singer/ producer as because the group's other writers, Nicks and Christine McVie, didn't pick up the slack, relying on Burnette and Vito to come up with material. They tried: Burnette's "Hard Feelings," written with Jeff Silbar, was a worthy effort… read more



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  • ditto, they were all gonna pay me back . . . the sound of this , tusk ,tango in the night got sold off it wasn't what in the biz they called stale mac
  • so behind the mask got buried mac & chesse was jimi's backup band
  • so i said there ain't no hard feelin' except the mothballs in my wallet
  • they were not averse to burying my work
  • M&C Co. didn't like bein' jim's backup band
  • everyone has a bone to pick . . . when the cure is worse than the disease . . . perhaps . . . most of the music i wrote for the M&C Co. got buried
  • at the risk of repeatin' myself if this and tusk sound anything like the mac&cheese you'all are accustomed to forgive them and blame me thanx JMS
  • how did this get to WB
  • Not nearly as bad as people say. The Second Time is a classic Stevie song
  • I think this album is their best since "Tusk". Is really amazing. All bad critics are for the absence of Buckingham alone

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