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Fleetwood Mac retreated from the insular strangeness of Tusk and returned to straightforward pop songcraft for Mirage. Boasting a glossy, friendly production that makes even the lesser numbers pleasant and ingratiating, Mirage may not be as compelling as its two predecessors – Rumours had raw emotion to give it a core, and Tusk had Lindsey Buckingham's runaway ambition – but the popcraft of Buckingham, Christine McVie, and Stevie Nicks results in enough terrific songs – notably the hit singles "Gypsy… read more



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  • Avatar for VadiushaKomarov
    rating 8/10
  • Avatar for leviw94
    So underrated. This and 'Tusk' are sublime.
  • Avatar for TheUselessGolem
    Testament to the power of Arranger Buckingham and that rhythm section: I don't really care for Stevie's first solo album Bella Donna, but she dominates here. Lindsey's songs, on the other hand, have got nothing on his share of that blazing masterpiece Tusk. But this is a delightful record nonetheless!
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  • Avatar for Wonaldo
    Play a game about the albums of Fleetwood Mac!
  • Avatar for Sebzpwnz
    my fave
  • Avatar for prominence_la
    Found this vinyl in nearly pristine condition. However, I think it's "underrated" for a reason; it's nice, but not nearly as exhilarating as their other releases. I'll say this, though - even though "Gypsy" graces the first side, the second side is so much better.
  • Avatar for theberen
    So pleased this has just become available to download in the UK - I've spent ages trying to find the CD :~D 'Straight Back' is a favourite but I don't really like any of the other tracks from the album, save for the amazing 'Gypsy'.
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    I also love the cover. Something about it is just awesome :D

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