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Old 07-25-2022, 08:13 AM
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Go Insane is my favorite album of his. Law and Order and Go Insane are actually examples of him doing things in a non typical fashion. He ventures into weird and different territories as far as pop/rock genre is concerned.

Out of the Cradle is a beautiful album. I just think he was trying to be more commercial with some of the songs and it was too late at that point for commerce.
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I never warmed up to Go Insane (though I’ve always known it was very well done). Compared to Law and Order and Mirage it seemed (seems) humorless and slick—its insistent professionalism points to what would be the calculated moments on Tango.

Out of the Cradle is as polished but the music and the performances are inspired and warm.
The White Album throbs.
Rumours sparks.
Tusk thumps.
L&O squeaks.
Mirage chimes.
Go Insane clicks.
Tango shimmers.
Cradle soars.
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Go Insane is my favorite album of his. Law and Order and Go Insane are actually examples of him doing things in a non typical fashion. He ventures into weird and different territories as far as pop/rock genre is concerned.

Out of the Cradle is a beautiful album. I just think he was trying to be more commercial with some of the songs and it was too late at that point for commerce.
It was too late. Can you imagine if he'd released OOTC in 1981? His solo career might have been MUCH larger.

But instead he showcased his weirdness. god I love Law and Order.
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I'm glad I'm not the only one who didn't get Go Insane. I remember that I only gave it a few listens when I got it, and didn't get into it, and just put it away.
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Tango shimmers.
I would almost as soon hear BTM or Time, as much as Tango.

I like Tango okay, but it sounds FAR more dated than say, The White Album.
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The White Album throbs.
Rumours sparks.
Tusk thumps.
L&O squeaks.
Mirage chimes.
Go Insane clicks.
Tango shimmers.
Cradle soars.
What does SYW do?
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[QUOTE=HomerMcvie;1276391]It was too late. Can you imagine if he'd released OOTC in 1981? His solo career might have been MUCH larger.

I remember the OOTC CD wrapper has a sticker that says "The architect of the Fleetwood Mac sound". Believe me, in 1992 you could already hear (young) guys asking "Fleetwood Mac? Who?"
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It was too late. Can you imagine if he'd released OOTC in 1981? His solo career might have been MUCH larger.

I remember the OOTC CD wrapper has a sticker that says "The architect of the Fleetwood Mac sound". Believe me, in 1992 you could already hear (young) guys asking "Fleetwood Mac? Who?"
Oh yeah. When I started college(in an audio program), someone asked me what drummers I liked. I mentioned Mick, and basically got laughed at. I learned immediately that FM was NOT COOL, and I needed to hide my fandom. That's when I drifted away from FM for a few years. Until I no longer cared what others thought.
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What does SYW do?
Forces.......
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The White Album throbs.
Rumours sparks.
Tusk thumps.
L&O squeaks.
Mirage chimes.
Go Insane clicks.
Tango shimmers.
Cradle soars.
More appropriately:

The White Album sparkles
Rumours flies
Tusk tanks
Law and Order is arresting
Mirage fades
Go Insane does
Tango waltzes
Cradle rocks
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More appropriately:

The White Album sparkles
Rumours flies
Tusk tanks
Law and Order is arresting
Mirage fades
Go Insane does
Tango waltzes
Cradle rocks
Say You Will refuses!

Haha, these are funny Bwboy.
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Say You Will refuses!

Haha, these are funny Bwboy.
Thanks! And btw, we should be on a first name basis. Im Kelly

Say You Will Wont!
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I was going to add "Say You Will grates" but didn't want to end on a downer.
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Forces.......
SYW forces a bowel movement.

I'd rather listen to a bowel movement than Silver Girl.



OR COME!
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Old 07-25-2022, 08:19 PM
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Thanks! And btw, we should be on a first name basis. I’m Kelly

Say You Will Won’t!
I swore you were of the male gender. I'm John. My brain is now updating to change all memories thinking you were a guy (boy). etc.... to female.

and nice to meet you... again...
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I swore you were of the male gender. I'm John. My brain is now updating to change all memories thinking you were a guy (boy). etc.... to female.

and nice to meet you... again...
Are you certain? Maybe you'd better sneak a peek. There ARE men named Kelly. Remember(man am I dating myself) the show Emergency? The main doctor was named Kelly Bracket, and he had a penis.

Chris McVie sounds like a man, but has a vajayjay. See how that works?
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