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Genre Classic Rock
Genre Soft Rock

Fleetwood Mac
Manufacturer: Warner
Tracklisting:
1. Big Love
2. Seven Wonders
3. Everywhere
4. Caroline
5. Tango in the Night
6. Mystfied
7. Little Lies
8. Family Man
9. Welcome to the Room...Sara
10. Isn't It Midnight
11. When I See You Again
12. You and I, Pt. II

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★★★☆☆
Fleetwood Mac, Tango in the Night

“Not Their Best”

Written on: 09/04/2012 by Mockingjay (4 reviews written)

This is pure 80's pop music in all of it's layered synthy goodness. It's a good album for that genre but not the best for Fleetwood Mac. It's no where near the greatness of Fleetwood Mac, Rumors or Tusk. That being said times change and bands change and the album isn't all that bad. Christine's 'Little Lies' is definitely the hit off of the album, Stevie's 'Seven Wonders' is wonderfully catchy but sadly not written by her. Lindsey's 'Big Love' is quite good as well. Tango In The Night is a… Read Full Review

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Fleetwood Mac, Tango in the Night

“The end of greatness... with a few saving graces. ”

Written on: 23/09/2010 by jn93 (7 reviews written)

The end of greatness... with a few saving graces.

I bought this album about 4 years ago, and I'm only really beginning to class it as a good whole album. Although the super group, Fleetwood Mac, are famed for experimentation and studio excess, this album a celebatory mellow album, with far too much excess.

For the Stevie fans out there, you will be disappointed; the hit single 'Seven Wonders' was written by Sandy Stewart, and Nicks' own composition 'When I See You Again' is bland and weak… Read Full Review

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Fleetwood Mac, Tango in the Night

“an excellent classic late 80s album, finely polished...”

Written on: 02/11/2009

an excellent classic late 80s album, finely polished and still very listenable over 20 years later. music to the ears a good match for rumours… Read Full Review

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Meatloaf1966's Comment

Written on: 31/05/2013

I completely agree, and in 20 years time it will still sound just as good, and so will music by Stevie Nicks, Rush, Yes and Prince. But Alexandra Burke? You're having a laugh lol :-). She is a poor man's Beyonce, with the emphasis on poor !!!!!! She is as good as forgotten now, no longevity whatsover, get me a bucket I'm gonna puke lol :-)

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