The band’s second-best selling record after Rumours, expanded with an extra disc of rare and unreleased recordings.
What’s the hook?
Fleetwood Mac released the second-best selling record of their career in 1987 with Tango in the Night, an album that’s sold more than 15 million copies worldwide. It topped the album charts in the UK and scored major hits everywhere with “Big Love” and “Little Lies.”
The expanded edition builds on the classic album with a selection of rare and unreleased recordings plus newly remastered sound.
After topping the U.S. charts in 1982 with Mirage, Fleetwood Mac returned five years later with Tango In The Night. It currently stands as the final studio album released by the quintet of Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie and Stevie Nicks. The album sent four singles into the Billboard Top 20: “Little Lies” (#4), “Big Love” (#5), “Everywhere” (#14), and “Seven Wonders” (#19).
The expanded edition of Tango In The Night includes a disc of rare recordings. Among those 13 tracks are unreleased gems like the alternate version of “Mystified,” a demo for the album’s title song, plus the rare b-sides: “Down Endless Street” and “Ricky.”
Disc One: Original Album
1. Big Love
2. Seven Wonders
5. Tango In The Night
7. Little Lies
8. Family Man
9. Welcome To The Room… Sara
10. Isn’t It Midnight
11. When I See You Again
12. You And I, Part II
Disc Two: B-Sides, Outtakes, Sessions
1. Down Endless Street
2. Special Kind Of Love (Demo)*
3. Seven Wonders”(Early Version)*
4. Tango In The Night (Demo)*
5. Mystified (Alternate Version)*
6. Book Of Miracles (Instrumental)
7. Where We Belong (Demo)*
9. Juliet (Run-Through)*
10. Isn’t It Midnight (Alternate Mix)*
11. Ooh My Love (Demo)*
12. Mystified (Instrumental Demo)*
13. You And I, Part I & II (Full Version)*