The members of Fleetwood Mac may be going their own ways these days. While singer Stevie Nicks will be busy touring North America this spring in support of her latest solo album, her former flame, guitarist Lindsey Buckingham will be teaming up with the group’s singer/pianist in Christine McVie to release their own duet album. That hasn’t stopped them from planning a thirtieth anniversary re-release of the second highest selling album of their career in Tango In The Night.
Announced on Wednesday, the reissue of their 1987 album, which included hits like “Big Love,” “Everywhere,” “Little Lies,” and “Seven Wonders,” will be released on March 10, and will come in four formats. Fans will have the option of buying the remastered album via the deluxe package (1LP/3CDs/1DVD), an expanded 2CD bundle, a one CD remastered version, or via a digital download.
Included in the deluxe package will be the remastered on 180-gram vinyl, a CD of the remastered album, another CD including previously unreleased B-sides, sessions/outtakes, an unreleased version of “Mystified,” a demo of “Tango In The Night,” and rare b-sides of songs like “Down Endless Street” and “Ricky.” The DVD will include the official music videos for “Big Love,” “Seven Wonders,” “Little Lies,” “Family Man,” and “Everywhere.”
Following its initial release on April 13, 1987, Tango would go on to sell over fifteen million copies, and reach platinum status in seven countries. It would go on to become their second highest selling studio album behind 1977’s Rumors, which is one of the highest selling pop albums of all time.
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