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Tusk (1979)

Fleetwood Mac
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Rock music, Experimental rock, Pop music

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Tusk is the 12th album by the British/American rock band Fleetwood Mac. Released in 1979, it is considered experimental, primarily due to Lindsey Buckingham's sparser songwriting arrangements and the influence of punk rock and new wave on his production techniques. Bassist John McVie has commented that the album sounds like "the work of three solo artists", whilst Mick Fleetwood later proclaimed that it is his favourite and the best Fleetwood Mac studio album created by the group. Costing over one million dollars to record, it was the most expensive rock album made up to that point. Tusk peaked at #4 in the US, spent over five months within the top 40, and was certified double platinum for shipping two million copies. It peaked at #1 in the UK and achieved a Platinum award for shipments in excess of 300,000 copies. The album gave the group two US top-ten hit singles, with the Buckingham-penned title track, and the Stevie Nicks composition "Sara". Further releases from the album, "Not That Funny", "Think About Me" and "Sisters of the Moon" were less successful; however, the latter two appear in their 'single versions' on the 2002 compilation The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac.

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4:54 Angel
2:42 Save Me a Place
3:32 What Makes You Think You're the One
2:08 The Ledge
3:35 Tusk
1:50 That's Enough for Me
4:27 Brown Eyes
3:03 That's All for Everyone
3:34 Never Forget
2:17 Never Make Me Cry
5:21 Beautiful Child
4:37 Sisters Of The Moon
2:41 Honey Hi
3:11 Not That Funny
6:26 Sara
3:47 Walk a Thin Line
2:40 Think About Me
4:34 Over & Over
3:05 I Know I'm Not Wrong
5:28 Storms
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