ALBUM REVIEW: Reissue of a classic is a must for fans
Fleetwood Mac - re-release of self-titled 1975 album: Out Now
This is a simply beautiful album from Fleetwood Mac.
It looks beautiful and sounds just perfect.
For fans, it is a must.
The band’s original 1975 self-titled album was an overwhelming smash when it was first released.
It topped the album chart and sold more than five million copies in the US, thanks to classic songs like ‘Landslide’, ‘Say You Love Me’, and ‘Rhiannon’.
The line up was the band’s most successful incarnation to date, comprising of Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie and Christine McVie.
This re-release comes as the band continues its campaign to reissue its classic albums.
The collection includes newly remastered audio, rare and unreleased studio and live recordings, and more.
It is available on three different formats:
Deluxe, Expanded and Remastered.
The deluxe edition includes a third disc with extra unreleased live recordings, including performances of ‘Landslide’, ‘Oh Well’, ‘Station Man,’ and World Turning’ among others.
It also comes with a DVD, LP version of the original album and in-depth liner notes and rare photos.
Reviewed by Zoe Myall