- Rumours

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
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Feb 15, 2017
By the time Fleetwood Mac (with an entirely different formation when compared to their humble beginnings in the 60s) hit the jackpot with their fantastic string of records in the mid 70s (self-titled, Rumours, Tusk), their sound expanded to a much larger, almost cinematic approach to pop, soft-rock and folk, if you will, with Rumours being the absolute best effort of the band, and showing pretty much every facet they were seeking, with maximum results. Even today, whenever you play this album, ... read more
Aug 6, 2017
The perfect album, and one of the best albums, EVER. It certainly is the greatest soft rock album, if you accept that term. Regardless, this album is a demonstration of great songwriting and performing. Instrumentally, there is a lot done with a little. The drumming isn’t complex, but it’s a powerful, driving force for these tracks. The guitar work is mostly simple, but the guitar leads are crisp, clean, and rocking, especially on “Go Your Own Way,” or “The ... read more
Jul 22, 2017*
Fleetwood Mac was a Blues Rock band since late 60's in Peter Green's lead. However in 1975 the band reformed itself with new members, the new formation brought a new sound for FM, a sound that combines folk, pop, rock and country to create an higly accessible and enjoyable soft rock style that made the band a global sensation. In my opinion, the new Fleetwood Mac is the best lineup in classic rock, every band member compliments their instruments and the 3 vocalists of the band has one of the ... read more
Apr 1, 2017
Even though I didn't grow up in the '70s, this definitely deserved the Grammy for Best Album. It is what makes Fleetwood Mac an awesome band. There is not a bad song on here, and each one tells a story. Go Your Own Way, Dreams, Don't Stop, You Make Loving Fun, The Chain, and Gold Dust Woman are the best tracks. In fact, it's most of their biggest hits.
Aug 24, 2017
Classic rock doesn't get any better than this. The Grammy Awards are usually a little bit arse, but they were right on the dot to give this the AOTY. TIMELESS.
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February 4, 1977 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warner Bros. / Label
Fleetwood Mac, Ken Caillat, Richard Dashut / Producer
Pop / Genres
Track List
  1. Second Hand News
  2. Dreams
  3. Never Going Back Again
  4. Don't Stop
  5. Go Your Own Way
  6. Songbird
  7. The Chain
  8. You Make Loving Fun
  9. I Don't Want to Know
  10. Oh Daddy
  11. Gold Dust Woman 

Added on: February 4, 2013