was a rock and roll
album, released by Fleetwood Mac
(see 1977 in music
)., following the success of their self-titled Fleetwood Mac
album (the first with a new line-up). The album was recorded on March 3
in the year Fleetwood Mac
released a hit "Rhiannon". Rumours
won a 1978 Grammy
award for Album of the Year, and spent 31 weeks at the top of the Billboard Music Charts
, in spite of critical panning for perceived pandering to mainstream tastes. By 1998
the album had generated more than $18 million and was certified by the Recording Industry Association of America
as the third highest selling single-disc album in history.
On June 24, 2003, this album is due to be re-issued on Rhino Records.
- "Second Hand News"
- "Never Going Back Again"
- "Don't Stop"
- "Go Your Own Way" (NOFX covered the song in 1989)
- "The Chain"
- "You Make Loving Fun"
- "I Don't Want To Know"
- "Oh Daddy"
- "Gold Dust Woman" (Hole covered the song in 1996)