This was the first album released with Lindsey Buckingham on guitar and with Stevie Nick's song writing talent and one of a kind vocals. This was the breakthrough album for the band. It became a huge hit, reaching No.1 in the US and selling over 5 million copies. Among the hit singles from this album were Christine McVie's "Over My Head" and "Say You Love Me", and Stevie Nicks' "Rhiannon" and "Landslide"
Often quoted as one of the best albums of all-time and certainly Fleetwood Mac's best, selling over forty million copies and winning a Grammy for Best Album of the Year. It was properly named as it arose from the turbulence of the relationships of the various band members and all of the rumors those relationships generated. This is one those albums that did not have a bad song on it. It generated multiple hit, including Go Your Own Way, Second Hand News, Dreams, Gold Dust Woman, Don't Stop, You Make Loving Fun and The Chain.
This album followed Rumours and in contrast one of Fleetwood Mac's most ambitious albums as it was influenced by Lindsey Buckingham's appreciation of 1978 new wave music. It generated three hit singles; Lindsey Buckingham's "Tusk", Christine McVie's "Think About Me" and one of my favorites Stevie Nicks' 6½ minute opus "Sara".