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Lindsey Buckingham hadn't recorded a studio album with Fleetwood Mac in 16 years when Say You Will was released in April 2003. His partner, Stevie Nicks, had been missing in action from the group since 1990, and while both joined the reunited group in 1997 for a tour and live album (The Dance), not to mention Bill Clinton's 1993 inauguration, it had been a long, long time since the two made new music for the Mac. They were lured back… read more



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  • Avatar for NoeRickman
    Amazing ♥
  • Avatar for ralfsu
    A Fleetwood Mac album without Christine McVie is like a car without an engine, there are no two ways about it.
  • Avatar for littlechuckiec
    Among the Mac's best albums.
  • Avatar for chrishyde
    An amazing album!
  • Avatar for JuniorMcCartney
    If pared down to about 10 songs, add 5 tracks from Christine's "In the Meantime" and you have a classic. This could have been one of the greatest albums of all time.
  • Avatar for ugabyga
    This is one of the greatest albums of all time in my opinion!
  • Avatar for echo725
    6 songs too long, but a solid album.
  • Avatar for rtms1988
    This is the cheapest album of theirs in iTunes. I am still really impressed
  • Avatar for Wonaldo
    Play a game about the albums of Fleetwood Mac!
  • Avatar for foxyluva
    I appreciate the idea behind this record, but for me it doesn't sound like the idea got fully realised or allowed to reach it's potential. Still, this doesn't change that fact that there are some fantastic songs on this record, and this is probably their most bold artistic statement since Tusk.

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