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New Fleetwood Mac Album Due In 2003

Has it really been 15 years since the last Fleetwood Mac studio album with the Mick, John, Stevie and Lindsay line-up? It certainly looks that way.
The last time they were an official foursome was for the 1987 Tango In The Night album. Lindsay left not long after. "To be able to come back and rejoin these people and have the chemistry still there is and have something new to give back to the situation from having left is great" Lindsay says about the new sessions. "The whole idea of this project is to reconfigure what we are doing and break the mould a little bit".
According to founder and namesake Mick Fleetwood this is not really a reunion. "We have always intended to do it. It was just a matter of when and now it is when" he says.
The one missing component is singer Christine McVie who has now officially retired from the music industry. "Christine is over in England somewhere" Lindsay says. "She is not involved in this. That's what we are doing. It is turning out great. We are totally jazzed by this whole thing. The three of us have established a different dynamic between the three guys and I think that will translate as well to Stevie coming in".
Yes folks, Stevie Nicks is firmly entrenched in this project. "I feel I am here and I'm glad I'm here" she says. "I am glad we have started. I am done with my other thing and ready to throw myself into this."
The new Mac album is as yet untitled. It will come out in the second quarter of 2003.
Meanwhile, there's two new compilations available through Warner. The 2CD version of The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac includes bonus footage on the making of the new album as a CD-ROM extra.
By Paul Cashmere (undercover.com.au)
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