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Old 01-18-2022, 03:37 PM
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Don’t forget “Affairs of the Heart.” Stupid is as stupid does — and she does it.
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At least give me time to change your mind
that always seems to heal the wounds
if I can get you around to Come
Never gonna happen. It's a tacky, trashy song subject to boot.

Ooh, senior citizen gonna make me come.
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I hate it too. Especially the children singing at the end.
The song is great but the absolutely leaden basso profundo vocals really diminish it.
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Never gonna happen. It's a tacky, trashy song subject to boot.

Ooh, senior citizen gonna make me come.
your older than me
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The song Say You Will, I just hate. Can't stand it. I know everyone hates Silver Girl, but I really like it. For some reason Say you Will is the only Stevie song, I can't find anything good about.
It's the worst title track ever.
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It's the worst title track ever.
No, that is a tie between Tusk and Tango in the Night, sorry.
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Old 01-18-2022, 11:17 PM
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your older than me
That's YOU'RE, Einstein.

How do you know I'm older than you? Just because I've been here longer?
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Affairs of the Heart
This one is sorta catchy if you don't pay too close attention to the inane lyrics

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If we’re talking about discarded tracks, I always thought “What Has Rock and Roll Ever Done For You” was pretty atrocious too. Another Tango-era nadir!
TOTALLY agree, musically it sucks and lyrically it's a coked-up sh&t show

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WISYA and The Second Time get passes from me because I always love a Stevie ballad no matter what.
I'm kinda sorta with ya on this one...


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No Questions Asked
Freedom
Welcome to the Room Sara. (Love the story it's trying to tell, hate the arrangment)
Paper Doll (I'm mixed on this one. I used to like it sorta kinda but now...meh. Them trying to mimic Lindsey's quirky production and failing).
When I See You Again (wasssamatta baby just kills it)
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Paper Doll (I'm mixed on this one. I used to like it sorta kinda but now...meh. Them trying to mimic Lindsey's quirky production and failing).
Paper Doll was recorded by the post-Rumours FM for their greatest hits album but dropped in lieu of No Questions Asked; for the Chain boxset, Mick gave the song to Lindsey, who added production to it. So what you’re hearing is Lindsey’s production of the song… and failing.
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I know its a quirky song but I like No Questions Asked. Stevie really sings this song. The music is fairly basic though. But I really like the sound of the song.
About 25 years ago I was in a strip club in Ft Lauderdale and it was early and they had a juke box. Sure enough they had the FM Greatest hits CD in it. I played No Questions Asked and you have no idea of the amount of people that got up and looked at the box, what song was playing. Clearly it peaked interest like what Stevie/Mac song is this? I took it as a positive thing but maybe it was negative like "who the hell put this crap on"

Maybe its so bad its good but I love the way she sings "you feel completely d i f f e r e nt" LMAO
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Old 01-19-2022, 06:49 PM
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Paper Doll is excellent. TYVM

Ok, RTTG and Sad Girl, Sweet Girl, Silver Girl, Super Girl.

Otherwise, I think Stevie's worst are pretty much universally agreed upon.

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I know its a quirky song but I like No Questions Asked. Stevie really sings this song. The music is fairly basic though. But I really like the sound of the song.
About 25 years ago I was in a strip club in Ft Lauderdale and it was early and they had a juke box. Sure enough they had the FM Greatest hits CD in it. I played No Questions Asked and you have no idea of the amount of people that got up and looked at the box, what song was playing. Clearly it peaked interest like what Stevie/Mac song is this? I took it as a positive thing but maybe it was negative like "who the hell put this crap on"

Maybe its so bad its good but I love the way she sings "you feel completely d i f f e r e nt" LMAO
A strip club?

No Questions Asked is a good song. Very unusual with great vocals and that incredible guitar by Rick Vito. It’s an intriguing song and different from anything Stevie has ever done with Fleetwood Mac.
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A strip club?

No Questions Asked is a good song. Very unusual with great vocals and that incredible guitar by Rick Vito. It’s an intriguing song and different from anything Stevie has ever done with Fleetwood Mac.
No questions asked is better than any of her songs on BTM. After hearing the 2 new songs on the Greatest Hits album, I was really excited for BTM. I thought Chris's soft rock song was excellent and I liked Stevie's more rock song.
I really thought these songs were going to be hits at the time because I thought the whole world was curious to know what the new Mac sounded like. Clearly no one cared
Except me of course
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About 25 years ago I was in a strip club in Ft Lauderdale and it was early and they had a juke box. Sure enough they had the FM Greatest hits CD in it.
Maybe its so bad its good but I love the way she sings "you feel completely d i f f e r e nt" LMAO
Again, I think the strip club comment needs elaboration

And I thought the lyric was “indifferent-“ guess I’ll have to listen again to check. It wouldn’t be the first time I butchered the lyrics of a FM song.
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Again, I think the strip club comment needs elaboration

And I thought the lyric was “indifferent-“ guess I’ll have to listen again to check. It wouldn’t be the first time I butchered the lyrics of a FM song.
You're a little obsessed with the strip club.

Blow and hoes.... who hasn't been there?
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