16 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The crux of this collection was culled from Fleetwood Mac’s 1975 self-titled album and 1977’s Rumours. Christine McVie penned some stellar songs as evidenced by the gossamer “Everywhere” and the seductive “Tell Me Lies” from the underrated 1987 album Tango In The Night. Lindsay Buckingham’s most memorable songs surface, such as the catchy strut of “Don’t Stop,” the anthemic “Go Your Own Way” and the weirdly brilliant title-track from 1979’s Tusk.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The crux of this collection was culled from Fleetwood Mac’s 1975 self-titled album and 1977’s Rumours. Christine McVie penned some stellar songs as evidenced by the gossamer “Everywhere” and the seductive “Tell Me Lies” from the underrated 1987 album Tango In The Night. Lindsay Buckingham’s most memorable songs surface, such as the catchy strut of “Don’t Stop,” the anthemic “Go Your Own Way” and the weirdly brilliant title-track from 1979’s Tusk.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
639 Ratings

639 Ratings

Jeff4bucks ,

Very good, but incomplete

First, let me say this is a great starter collection. To those who complain its missing stuff from Peter Green (late 60s blues FM era, or Bob Welch era/Mystery To Me, etc stuff...this is a collection from the RUMOURS era lineup (1975-1987). So the earlier incarnations of the band aren't represented here. Even from the Rumours era, this merely scratches the surface as it doesn't include some minor hits the band had at this time, as well as key album tracks like Landslide, Second Hand News, The Chain and many many others. This collection also includes two new songs released for the album. Neither of which are particularly memorable. A better collection from the Rumours era would be The Very Best of FM, which came out a few years ago I believe.

CenaFan19 ,

Amazing Album

This is a fantastic album, but where is Landslide? Besides that, everything on here is a classic, no doubt.

AmJoYo ,

Clasic

I'm 24 and this is one of my fav bands. Grew up listening to it in my parents car and now it plays in mine.

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