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Behind the Mask

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Fleetwood Mac 4/10/1990

Review

Lindsey Buckingham's departure proved to be a severe blow when Fleetwood Mac unveiled a new lineup with the disappointing Behind the Mask, Stevie Nicks' last album with the band. Nicks, Christine and John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood are joined by new members Rick Vito (vocals, lead guitar) and Billy Burnette (vocals, guitar) on this generally weak effort. The production (courtesy of Greg Ladanyi and Fleetwood Mac) is often bland and faceless, and most as the songs are among the least inspired the band ever recorded. The album has a few strong points, including "Save Me" and "Freedom," a haunting number featuring Nicks. But most of the material is quite forgettable. And there would be even less reason for optimism by 1993, when Nicks left as well. ~ Alex Henderson
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Skies the Limit Fleetwood Mac 3:41
  3. 2 Love Is Dangerous Fleetwood Mac 3:15
  4. 3 In the Back of My Mind Fleetwood Mac 6:57
  5. 4 Do You Know Fleetwood Mac 4:14
  6. 5 Save Me Fleetwood Mac 4:10
  7. 6 Affairs of the Heart Fleetwood Mac 4:16
  8. 7 When the Sun Goes Down Fleetwood Mac 3:16
  9. 8 Behind the Mask Fleetwood Mac 4:14
  10. 9 Stand on the Rock Fleetwood Mac 3:59
  11. 10 Hard Feelings Fleetwood Mac 4:49
  12. 11 Freedom Fleetwood Mac 4:7
  13. 12 When It Comes to Love Fleetwood Mac 4:3
  14. 13 The Second Time Fleetwood Mac 2:29

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