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The 2002 album all over again...,
This review is from: The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac (Audio CD)
'The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac' really highlights the magnificent career of Fleetwood Mac, and is a great reminder of all the classic hits they have given us.
However this is the exact same release as the 2002 release by the same name, only the cover picture has been changed. I am very disappointed that they were too lazy to put together a new collection, or at the very least they could have added some of the songs from their last studio album, 2003's Say You Will to this release. If you don't own the 2002 release this is well worth a buy. It contains all their biggest hits from 1975-1992, including many iconic numbers, such as 'Dreams', 'Little Lies', 'Don't Stop' and 'Everywhere'.
Unfortunately singles like 'Save Me', 'I Do', 'Peacekeeper' and 'Say You Will' are missing from this compilation, thus only 3 stars.
I would still recommend `The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac` to any music fan, as it is a clear explanation of why Fleetwood Mav is one of the most successful bands of all time.
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Initial post: 27 Oct 2009 10:45:29 GMT
Mr. C. D. Parker says:
"I Do" is not a Fleetwood Mac song, so I'm not sure what you mean by that and "As Long As You Follow" is included on this set, as is the 2nd new track from the 1988 Greatest Hits album, "No Questions Asked".
In reply to an earlier post on 30 Oct 2009 02:37:41 GMT
Mr. MusicMan says:
"I Do" is indeed a Fleetwood Mac song. It was the lead single from the 1995 album "Time".
In reply to an earlier post on 30 Oct 2009 19:47:55 GMT
C. MARTIN says:
"I Do" IS a Fleetwood Mac song. It was penned by Christine NcVie and was in their 1995 'Time' album.
Posted on 21 Sep 2010 14:24:16 BDT
Mr Foxy says:
Not sure how you can say that this compilation is just a rebranded version of their previous 2002 greatest hits release when this is a double CD containing 36 tracks and the earlier effort was a single CD with only 21 tracks! Three excellent songs from those 21 don't even appear here, 'Albatross', 'Black Magic Woman' and 'Man Of The World' are sadly missing, goodness knows why.
May I suggest that you do just a little bit of homework in the future and get your facts right before you go broadcasting your misleading ramblings to the nation.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Sep 2014 15:39:30 BDT
Mr. A. Ahmed says:
I OWN the 2002 greatest hits and it IS a double cd!
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