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Old 03-25-2009, 07:16 PM
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Stevie and Lindsey are doing headlining tours with their world famous band Buckingham Nicks after their debut album goes double platinum. As a lark they hook up with some crazy blues band from the UK, who had recently relocated to LA, as a side project called Fleetwood Mac and their lesser known albums like Mirage, Rumors and the infamous Black Album become rare collectors items found in cut out bins of record stores across America. Except for one fluke. After the tour for Buckingham Nicks' fifth studio album wraps and the band decides to take a break, Fleetwood Mac records an ambitious double album called Tusk which, although panned by the critics, becomes a huge megahit.


the infamous black album



in an alt rel
wouldnt Stevie be the guy and Linds be the girl?
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the infamous black album
Lindsey has always loved Al Jolson.
Him portraying Jolson on the cover
was considered very risque for the time.
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Old 06-17-2010, 07:04 AM
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In Stevie and Lindsey's side project Fleetwood Mac, they would go on to make the obscure albums such as the self-titled Black Album, Truths (they went on the Bald-Faced Lies tour afterwards), Antler, whatever the reverse of a Mirage is (help me, Word isn't giving me anything), and Waltz in the Day.

Following the release of Waltz in the Day, Lindsey got kicked out of the band by Mick when Stevie called him short (realize that Stevie is 6'6" and Mick is 5'1") and they went on to make the mega-hit albumIn Front of the Hat. After a few years, they reunited in a reunion concert on Nickelodeon called The Orgy. A few years later, they went on to make the album Said I Won't.

The track listing for Truths, which was a hard album to make cause Stevie brought the kids into the studio and caused tons of trouble while in there for the band, goes as follows. All the tracks were mega-flops when released as singles and Warner Bros. threatened to drop them.

First Hand Oldies
Nightmares
Going There First
Do Go
Come On and Follow Me
Noisedog
The String
I Make Hating Awful
Please Tell Me
Uh Mommy
Silver Block Man
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Of course, the Nicks Buckingham album would include my favorite song 'Melted Hate'.
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Of course, the Nicks Buckingham album would include my favorite song 'Melted Hate'.
It'd also have Short Distance Loser, and their next album would have had songs such as Friday Night, She's So Happy, and Athena.
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In Stevie and Lindsey's side project Fleetwood Mac, they would go on to make the obscure albums such as the self-titled Black Album, Truths (they went on the Bald-Faced Lies tour afterwards), Antler, whatever the reverse of a Mirage is (help me, Word isn't giving me anything), and Waltz in the Day.

Following the release of Waltz in the Day, Lindsey got kicked out of the band by Mick when Stevie called him short (realize that Stevie is 6'6" and Mick is 5'1") and they went on to make the mega-hit albumIn Front of the Hat. After a few years, they reunited in a reunion concert on Nickelodeon called The Orgy. A few years later, they went on to make the album Said I Won't.

The track listing for Truths, which was a hard album to make cause Stevie brought the kids into the studio and caused tons of trouble while in there for the band, goes as follows. All the tracks were mega-flops when released as singles and Warner Bros. threatened to drop them.

First Hand Oldies
Nightmares
Going There First
Do Go
Come On and Follow Me
Noisedog
The String
I Make Hating Awful
Please Tell Me
Uh Mommy
Silver Block Man
The song titles are great.
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Did I also tell you guys about a song that had to get yanked from Truths by John cause he wanted to put a song on there as a tribute to penguins everywhere, but that ended up getting yanked too cause Warner Bros. wanted a song on there as a tribute to Looney Tunes that never came to be cause Lindsey didn't wanna write it? It was called Gold Lake and Stevie got the idea from a town she was visiting a drug dealer in.
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The song titles are great.
I agree, those song titles are great you guys.
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Old 06-18-2010, 12:42 AM
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I may be as weak as you
And you may care to teach me
It will be easy to be behind you
But you'll never be able to reach me

And if I go backward, You'll miss me there
And if I climb down through the warm balmy air
Look up above you; don't look below
And laugh out loud to death for warm hatred

Death gave you me; the corpse was made
And there's a beginning under
I'm happy, but what is hate?
Love gave me you for a hater

And if I go backward, You'll miss me there
And If I climb down through the warm balmy air
Look up above you; don't look below
And laugh out loud to death for hot hatred

From the Nicks Buckingham CD Lyric booklet,
the Deluxe Edition.

(hot hatred, somebody do better than that!)
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Lindsey has always loved Al Jolson.
Ha, a fellow Ledgie and I were talking about, um, "that" just yesterday. And, yes, he surrrre does.
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Stevie would have been so unbelievably amazing on the geeetar that her and Christine would have had scope to ditch the guys and become the hottest, smallest girl band in the history of time... "Nicks Vie"
Stevie would have been the musical genius while Chris was the one centre stage. Lindsey would have been at home cooking dinner...

What?! This is bizzaro world?
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Nicks Buckingham would also include the number 1 hits 'Lindsey', 'Let Me Down, Just One Time', and 'Laughing In the Day'.
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And from the last album:

Pulled Up
No One Discovers
Loitering in the Weeds
Tarnished Boy
Free Will Governs
Murrow Resting in Peace
Don't Orgasm



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Bizarro World Stevie and Lindsey exist. Their names are Excene Cervenka and John Doe.
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And from the last album:

Pulled Up
No One Discovers
Loitering in the Weeds
Tarnished Boy
Free Will Governs
Murrow Resting in Peace
Don't Orgasm



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Anyone got a good name for bizarro version of Mirage? I know it has the song Chuck You Away
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