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Fleetwood Mac - Fleetwood Mac





Product No.:
AREP 530138
UPC: 093624952299
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45 RPM Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM

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Also available on:
140 / 150 Gram Vinyl Record
Vinyl Record & CD
Super Deluxe Edition LP + 3 CD + DVD

Sonic Sensation: Cut from the original analog master tapes at Bernie Grundman Mastering

Pressed on two 45 RPM 180-gram vinyl LPs at Pallas

Get in line for one of the most essential rock-pop albums ever recorded on this stellar-sounding pressing. This 1975 self-titled release from Fleetwood Mac is available from Reprise as an Audiophile Deluxe Version pressed on 2-Disc 45 RPM, 180-gram vinyl, as well as a standard 33 1/3 single disc.

There's no denying that 1975's Fleetwood Mac represents not just the rebirth of the band, but in effect a second debut for the group, with the additions of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks to the lineup — the introduction of a band that, as All Music Guide puts it, "would dominate the sound of American and British mainstream pop for the next seven years." Featuring the hits "Rhiannon," "Say You Love Me," and "Over My Head" that deservedly made this album into a blockbuster.

Monday Morning
Warm Ways
Blue Letter
Over My Head
Say You Love Me
World Turning
Sugar Daddy
I'm So Afraid

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 6 person(s) rated this product.

A Fleetwood Mac Album with Sonics to be taken Seriously.

posted on 10/17/2015
5 Stars
This album is an absolute killer! Top notch dynamics, detailed highs and free from the typical warmth of Fleetwood Mac records. Pressed on flat, dead quiet virgin vinyl and cut at 45RPM, it's a dream come true.


posted on 06/25/2013
5 Stars
Finally, a pressing that lets you hear the full-range fidelity of this great recording. The foggy, warm over lay sound that the original tends to have is gone. This pressing has a very open, clean sound. I can hear a lot of detail that is not very clear in the original 1975 US pressing. Highly worth picking up while it lasts!

A Quite Landslide

posted on 08/28/2012
5 Stars
Reviewer: Ryan
And not just Landslide, the entire album is quite! I hit the jackpot with my copy of Fleetwood Mac. This has to be one of my quietest LP's. I realize that quality can vary from copy to copy, thus is the nature of analogue. I am very pleased that I have a pristine copy, a bit better than my copy of Rumors. The easiest place to listen for the slightest pop is during song transitions, my copy has none (nothing audible from floor standing speakers, not headphones). One of the songs has a VERY quite lead in then slowly gets louder, I was so pleased to hear nothing but music! Clean your new records with anti-dust and static brush before each use!

Sound is subjective.

posted on 08/07/2012
5 Stars
For those who wrote a poor review- I am amazed by you. The quality of records today must be so great for anyone to believe that they are not hearing amazing remastering, pressed by a great team, in a great pressing plant. I have a very nice high end system- tri amped with SET OTL on horns/tweeters for the highs and Van Den Hul Colibri with platinum coils. I also have great ears. Negatives have more weight of influence on people- don't believe the detractors! If you like this album at all buy this pressing!

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