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Author Topic: My guiltiest pleasure, revealed!  (Read 659 times)

O'Borg

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« Reply #30 on: March 11, 2008, 09:39:15 pm »
Quote from: JamesV
Everywhere - Fleetwood Mac

What.
The.
Hell!?
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As a classic, pre-girly Mac fan, I used to feel the same - if it didnt have Peter Green or Danny Kirwan bleeding their LSD inflamed heart out over a Stratocaster it just wasnt right.
 Then I remembered that girly Mac made the awesomeness that is  The Chain.

I didn't realise I had much of a guilty pleasure until this morning when asking one of my contemparies at work if he perchance had the long awaited Broken English CD before I ordered one off Amazon, and in the ensuing discussion I mentioned the last CD I brought was Maroon Five, or possibly Anastacia. The look of shock on his face told me that until that moment I'd successfully concealed my love of generic pop under a coating of raw, bluesy rock.
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« Reply #31 on: March 11, 2008, 11:08:01 pm »
Quote from: O'Borg
Then I remembered that girly Mac made the awesomeness that is  The Chain.


Everyone in the band contributed to that song.  VH1 had a show about the album and had a guy on who explained all of the parts and how they fit together, using a sound board and tapes of each track.  It was pretty cool.  

For non-Fleetwood Mac Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham, check out the song "Gold" by John Stewart (who recently passed away).
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« Reply #32 on: December 19, 2009, 01:27:15 pm »
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Two days ago, I was in the local JC Penny, and the in-store system started playing this song. Before I know it, I'm happy and smiling, carefree even. I'm a little kid again and it's nice, but why do I even know this song? I really don't like the rest of this group's music,and I don't it's one of their more known songs, but the damage has been done. This morning I grab the song on iTunes and I still really like it.

The song you ask? Everywhere - Fleetwood Mac

What.The.Hell!?:confused:


"Fleetwood Mac. That's such an older brother album. Everyone had RUMORS. I think if you lived in the seventies you were issued it. It came in the mail like those free samples of detergent." -Mike Meyers.

I love Fleetwood Mac.