Rumours vs Tango in the night.

Discussion in 'Music Reviews' started by Luis.correia, Jul 20, 2016.

  1. Luis.correia

    Luis.correia Well-Known Member

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    Is it me... Or fleetwood mac best album is Tango in the Night and not Runours.?

    I've had Rumors on vinyl for some time... It's slmost a pen audiophile fetish... But song for song... I think Tango in the night is just a best album....

    Any one shares this idea?
     

     

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  2. MaxxVolume

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    You`ve never heard "Then Play On" ?
     
  3. captouch

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    I think Rumours suffers a little bit from being played so much, so it can be easy to burn out on some of those tunes. But I personally prefer Rumours to Tango. When Tango first came out, I found it a little too slick/polished for my taste.

    I've since warmed up to it more, but it's actually the least favorite of the Buckingham/Nicks era (excluding Say You Will - I prefer Tango to that one).
     
  4. loopstick

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    Rumours is too yuppie pablum. Tango has "Little Lies" my second favorite Mac song next to "Green Manalishi".
     
  5. JohnnyNapalm

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    Tango in the Night for me. I find I skip some tracks on Rumours but listen the whole album when on TITN. Cheers.
     
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    I like "Bare Trees" the best
     
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  7. damacman

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    Tusk ... and by a long shot.
     
  8. captouch

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    Tusk is fun because it's quirky and there's a lot of variety of tunes on it, including some really great ones. Definitely not an album that's been overplayed by a lot of people.
     

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