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  1. Strange-a-Delic | Modern Rock Review
    July 25, 2016 @ 8:20 pm

    […] Some of the six songs on the album feature personal stories behind the music and the lyrics, but the group also strove to “let the music do the talking” and leave it up to each listener to forge his or her own interpretation of the tracks. The first song written for the album, “Yesterday’s Spirit” combines the feeling of a sixties pop/rock song with some oriental influences and lyrics about finding the strenghth to start over after a great loss. The idea for the opener “Psychedelic Shotgun” was sparked when the group first watched “The Holy Mountain” by Alejandro Jodorowsky, which contains a scene about a weapon factory. “Magic Eye” was a song inspired by Fleetwood Mac, after Lufter was listening to their 1977 classic Rumours and wanted to write a song you can listen to when you drive alone through the night to clear… […]


  2. Top 9 Best Sounding Albums of the 1970s | River of Rock
    February 13, 2018 @ 12:42 pm

    […] it’s release in 1979 following the massive success of Rumours, Tusk was far from Fleetwood Mac’s most renowned or accessible album. But beyond the […]


  3. James Hill
    December 22, 2019 @ 11:22 pm

    First things first. This is a outstanding album. It however can never come close to their Blues Rock days. Not even close. That does not take away from how good and unforgettable Rumors is. Killer songs abound.


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