Fleetwood Mac ‎– Mirage

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A1 Love In Store 3:14
A2 Can't Go Back 2:42
A3 That's Alright 3:09
A4 Book Of Love 3:21
A5 Gypsy 4:24
A6 Only Over You 4:08
B1 Empire State 2:51
B2 Straight Back
Guitar [Additional] – Ray Lindsey
4:17
B3 Hold Me 3:44
B4 Oh Diane 2:33
B5 Eyes Of The World 3:44
B6 Wish You Were Here 4:45

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Inner sleeve has lyrics and photo on back. Inner sleeve credits International Automated Media with mastering.,
Recorded at Ler Chateau, Herouville, France; Larrabee Sounds, Los Angeles; Record Plant, Los Angeles
© ℗ 1982 Warner Bros. Records Inc.

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  • Barcode: 0 7599-23607-1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
1-23607 Fleetwood Mac Mirage(LP, Album, Club) Warner Bros. Records 1-23607 US 1982 Sell This Version
7599-23607-2 Fleetwood Mac Mirage(CD, Album, RP) Warner Bros. Records 7599-23607-2 Europe 2004 Sell This Version
9 23607-1 Fleetwood Mac Mirage(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 9 23607-1 Turkey 1982 Sell This Version
WPCP-3409 Fleetwood Mac Mirage(CD, Album, RE) Warner Bros. Records WPCP-3409 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
WB K 56 952, K 56 952 Fleetwood Mac Mirage(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records WB K 56 952, K 56 952 UK 1982 Sell This Version

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janewetherby

janewetherby

May 29, 2015
great rumours 2!!! christine mcvie is at her best as is stevie nicks, lindsey contributes "eyes of the world".
Drangus

Drangus

February 6, 2015

"Rumours" was certainly their biggest selling, and "Tusk" the most artistically accomplished and forward thinking, but as a die-hard fan of the Mac, I'm not afraid to admit that I listen to "Mirage" the most.

It's not exactly pioneering, and it's return to more radio-friendly sounds and subsequent underperformance in sales seems to vindicate Buckingham on "Tusk." But the songs only get better with time. This was the final Fleetwood Mac album where each of the three songwriters pulled their weight and songs like "Gypsy," "Hold Me," and "Book of Love" deserve consideration on any FM greatest hits list.

Having said all that, the album is desperately in need of some type of remastering and reissue on vinyl. "Rumours" and "Fleetwood Mac" have both gotten the reissue treatment, and the fact that "Tusk" and (to a lesser degree) "Mirage" haven't is a real shame.
riouxs

riouxs

December 3, 2011
Amazing that a brilliant song like 'gypsy' and an absolute clunker like 'oh diane' can occupy the same LP. Such is the polarity of Fleetwood Mac I suppose.