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By the mid-1970s, Fleetwood Mac were a well-established blues/rock band with a cult following and a revolving door of guitarists. Widespread commercial success, however, had eluded them. That would all change in 1975 with the addition of a brilliant young guitarist and singer, Lindsey Buckingham, and his incredibly talented on-again/off-again girlfriend, Stevie Nicks. This would catapult Mick Fleetwood and company into superstardom, and their incredible songs and behind-the-scenes drama would make them one of the most successful and endearing bands of the 1970s and 1980s.
Forty-five years after its release, Jon and Chris look back at this landmark album's mostly exceptional eleven tracks, Buckingham's guitar virtuosity, and the band's secret weapon: Christine McVie.