Fleetwood Mac reissuing self-titled 1975 album

16 November, 2017 in News

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Fleetwood Mac are reissuing the tenth studio album next year. Credit: Sarah McKagen

The legendary British-American rock group will reissue their tenth studio album next January, before embarking on their farewell world tour

2018 will be a sad year for Fleetwood Mac fans, with the group heading out on a farewell world tour. However, it’s not all bad news because the group will also be reissuing their self-titled 1975 album and it’ll feature unreleased material.

Fleetwood Mac will be reissued on January 19 via Warner Bros and will come in three formats: a single-CD, a 2xCD version with never before released live and studio recording, and a deluxe 3xCD/LP/DVD package that includes all the same goodies and even more live material.

Included in the unreleased songs are early versions of Rhiannon, Landslide, and Say You Love Me, among others.

Fleetwood Mac made it to No 1 on the US Billboard 200 and No 23 on the UK Albums Chart when it was originally released.

You can see the full tracklisting for the reissued version of Fleetwood Mac below:

Disc One – Original Album Remastered and Singles
Monday Morning
Warm Ways
Blue Letter
Rhiannon
Over My Head
Crystal
Say You Love Me
Landslide
World Turning
Sugar Daddy
I’m So Afraid
Over My Head
– Single Version
Rhiannon – Single Version
Say You Love Me – Single Version
Blue Letter – Single Version

Disc Two – Alternates and Live
Monday Morning
Warm Ways
Blue Letter
Rhiannon
Over My Head
Crystal
Say You Love Me
Landslide
World Turning
Sugar Daddy
I’m So Afraid
Over My Head
Rhiannon
Why
World Turning
Jam #2
I’m So Afraid

Disc Three – Live
Get Like You Used To Be
Station Man
Spare Me A Little
Rhiannon
Why
Landslide
Over My Head
I’m So Afraid
Oh Well
The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown)
World Turning
Blue Letter
Don’t Let Me Down Again
Hypnotized

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