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The album was supported by five singles: "Hold Me", "Gypsy", "Love in Store", "Oh Diane", and "Can't Go Back". The first three were Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 ("Gypsy" was the highest, peeking at #4), while only "Can't Go Back" was a hit in the UK (reaching #9).

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The album was supported by five singles: "Hold Me", "Gypsy", "Love in Store", "Oh Diane", and "Can't Go Back". The first three were Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 ("Gypsy" was the highest, peeking peaking at #4), while only "Can't Go Back" was a hit in the UK (reaching #9).


* Lindsey Buckingham guitar, vocals, additional keyboards, lap harp on "Empire State"[13]

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* Lindsey Buckingham guitar, vocals, additional keyboards, lap harp on "Empire State"[13]State"


Following the tour to promote the [[TroubledProduction famously-dramatic]] ''Music/Tusk'', the band reconvened at Château d'Hérouville in France to record a new album. In the interim, Music/StevieNicks and Lindsey Buckingham had recorded their first solo efforts. While Lindsey had yet to catch on (he was a still a ways away from "[[Film/NationalLampoonsVacation Holiday Road]]"), Stevie was now a Platinum-selling solo artist with 1981's ''Bella Donna'' under her belt.

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Following the tour to promote the [[TroubledProduction famously-dramatic]] ''Music/Tusk'', ''Music/{{Tusk}}'', the band reconvened at Château d'Hérouville in France to record a new album. In the interim, Music/StevieNicks and Lindsey Buckingham had recorded their first solo efforts. While Lindsey had yet to catch on (he was a still a ways away from "[[Film/NationalLampoonsVacation Holiday Road]]"), Stevie was now a Platinum-selling solo artist with 1981's ''Bella Donna'' under her belt.


The real drama would come with the music videos: most potently, "Gypsy". At that point, all the members couldn't stand each other, and had to be filmed separately from one another. Except for one scene, which required Lindsey and Stevie to dance together. The tension was palpable, as neither really didn't want to be in that position.

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The real drama would come with the music videos: most potently, "Gypsy". At videos. By the time they got to that point, all the members couldn't stand each other, and had to be filmed separately from one another. Except for another, particularly during "Hold Me". But one scene, scene in "Gypsy", which required Lindsey and Stevie to dance together. together, was particular contentious. The tension was palpable, as neither Stevie really didn't want to be in that position.


As usual, Stevie, Lindsey, and Christine [=McVie=] would share the writing responsibilities (three, five, and four, respectively). The drama, though not as bad with the writing itself, was still there. [=McVie=] in particular had just broken up with [[Music/BeachBoys Dennis Wilson]]. And a former friend of Stevie's had re-married to Mick Fleetwood.

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As usual, Stevie, Lindsey, and Christine [=McVie=] would share the writing responsibilities (three, five, and four, respectively). The drama, though not as bad with the writing itself, was still there. [=McVie=] in particular had just broken up with [[Music/BeachBoys [[Music/TheBeachBoys Dennis Wilson]]. And a former friend of Stevie's had re-married to Mick Fleetwood.



* BreakUpSong: Christine gets her shot twice with "Hold Me" and "Only Over You", both on the end of her relationship with Dennis Wilson of the Music/BeachBoys

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* BreakUpSong: Christine gets her shot twice with "Hold Me" and "Only Over You", both on the end of her relationship with Dennis Wilson of the Music/BeachBoysMusic/TheBeachBoys


* Christine McVie keyboards, vocals
* John McVie bass guitar

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* Christine McVie [=McVie=] keyboards, vocals
* John McVie [=McVie=] bass guitar



* TroubledProduction: The writing was mildly less dramatic personally, but there was still plenty of drama. The music videos, however, were a different story.

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* TroubledProduction: The writing was mildly less dramatic personally, but there was still plenty BreakUpSong: Christine gets her shot twice with "Hold Me" and "Only Over You", both on the end of drama. The music videos, however, were a different story.her relationship with Dennis Wilson of the Music/BeachBoys


[[caption-width-right:316:''Can you understand me? Baby don't you hand me a line''\\
''Although it doesn't matter, you and me got plenty of time'']]

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[[caption-width-right:316:''Can you understand me? Baby me?''\\
''Baby
don't you hand me a line''\\
''Although it doesn't matter, you and me got plenty of time'']]
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'''''Mirage''''' is the thirteenth studio album recorded by [=British/American=] rock band Music/FleetwoodMac. It was released through [[Music/WarnerBrosRecords Warner Bros. Records]] on 18 June 1982.

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'''''Mirage''''' is the thirteenth studio album recorded by [=British/American=] rock band Music/FleetwoodMac. It was released through [[Music/WarnerBrosRecords [[Creator/WarnerBrosRecords Warner Bros. Records]] on 18 June 1982.

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[[caption-width-right:316:''Can you understand me? Baby don't you hand me a line''\\
''Although it doesn't matter, you and me got plenty of time'']]
->''To the gypsy that remains faces freedom''\\
''With a little fear''\\
''I have no fear''\\
''I have only love''\\
''And if I was a child and the child was enough''\\
''Enough for me to love enough to love...''\\
''She is dancing away from you now''\\
''She was just a wish she was just a wish''\\
''And her memory is all that is left for you now''\\
''You see your gypsy oh''
-->--'''"Gypsy"'''

'''''Mirage''''' is the thirteenth studio album recorded by [=British/American=] rock band Music/FleetwoodMac. It was released through [[Music/WarnerBrosRecords Warner Bros. Records]] on 18 June 1982.

Following the tour to promote the [[TroubledProduction famously-dramatic]] ''Music/Tusk'', the band reconvened at Château d'Hérouville in France to record a new album. In the interim, Music/StevieNicks and Lindsey Buckingham had recorded their first solo efforts. While Lindsey had yet to catch on (he was a still a ways away from "[[Film/NationalLampoonsVacation Holiday Road]]"), Stevie was now a Platinum-selling solo artist with 1981's ''Bella Donna'' under her belt.

As usual, Stevie, Lindsey, and Christine [=McVie=] would share the writing responsibilities (three, five, and four, respectively). The drama, though not as bad with the writing itself, was still there. [=McVie=] in particular had just broken up with [[Music/BeachBoys Dennis Wilson]]. And a former friend of Stevie's had re-married to Mick Fleetwood.

The real drama would come with the music videos: most potently, "Gypsy". At that point, all the members couldn't stand each other, and had to be filmed separately from one another. Except for one scene, which required Lindsey and Stevie to dance together. The tension was palpable, as neither really didn't want to be in that position.

The album brought Mac back to the top of the Billboard 200 album chart, going double-Platinum in the United States. It also went Platinum in the United Kingdom, hitting #5 on the Official Charts Company album chart.

The album was supported by five singles: "Hold Me", "Gypsy", "Love in Store", "Oh Diane", and "Can't Go Back". The first three were Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 ("Gypsy" was the highest, peeking at #4), while only "Can't Go Back" was a hit in the UK (reaching #9).

!!Tracklist
!!!Side One
# "Love in Store" (3:14)
# "Can't Go Back" (2:42)
# "That's Alright" (3:09)
# "Book of Love" (3:21)
# "Gypsy" (4:24)
# "Only Over You" (4:08)

!!!Side Two
# "Empire State" (2:51)
# "Straight Back" (4:17)
# "Hold Me" (3:44)
# "Oh Diane" (2:36)
# "Eyes of the World" (3:44)
# "Wish You Were Here" (4:45)

!!Personnel
* Lindsey Buckingham guitar, vocals, additional keyboards, lap harp on "Empire State"[13]
* Stevie Nicks vocals
* Christine McVie keyboards, vocals
* John McVie bass guitar
* Mick Fleetwood drums, percussion

!!"A face as soft as a trope in a clown's eye"
* TroubledProduction: The writing was mildly less dramatic personally, but there was still plenty of drama. The music videos, however, were a different story.

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