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Album info page for Fleetwood Mac's 2003 comeback album "Say You Will"


Album Information

Track List

Album / Tour News

News Articles


Tour Page


Additional Info


Release Dates
USA - April 15th 2003
UK / Europe - April 28th 2003

Album Title
Say You Will

Record Label
Reprise / Warner Brothers

Lindsey Buckingham (plus producer duties)
Stevie Nicks
John McVie
Mick Fleetwood

Additional Musicians
Christine McVie
Sheryl Crow
Jamie Muhoberac
Dave Palmer
John Pierce
John Shanks

Additional Producer Credits
Rob Cavallo
John Shanks


What's the World Coming To LYRICS
Murrow Turning Over in His Grave LYRICS
Thrown Down LYRICS
Miranda LYRICS
Red Rover LYRICS
Say You Will LYRICS
Peacekeeper LYRICS
Smile at You LYRICS
Running Through the Garden LYRICS
Silver Girl LYRICS
Steal Your Heart Away LYRICS
Bleed to Love Her LYRICS
Everybody Finds Out LYRICS
Destiny Rules LYRICS
Say Goodbye LYRICS
Goodbye Baby LYRICS

plus these songs appear on the limited edition 2 CD release.....

Not Make Believe LYRICS
Love Minus Zero / No Limit LYRICS
Peacekeeper (Live from AOL Sessions) LYRICS
Say You Will (Live from AOL Sessions) LYRICS

plus these songs were reputably recorded

I Am Waiting (Lindsey) LYRICS
Gift of Screws (Lindsey) LYRICS
All the Beautiful Worlds (Stevie)
Mistaken Love (Stevie)



Say You Will certified GOLD
The album was certified gold on the 7th July 2003 by the RIAA


Say You Will Chart Postions
Say You Will reached #3 on the US Billboard Album Chart
and #6 on the UK Album Chart


Fleetwood Mac kick off tour in support of Say You Will
Fleetwood Mac kicked off their 'Say You Will' tour on the 7th May 2003 at the
Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH.
The tour will eventually take in Europe and Australia and will run into 2004
See the tour page for additional information and dates


Fleetwood Mac Tour Rehearsals
Fleetwood Mac gave a tour rehearsal to invited guests on the
26th April 2003 in LA
To see the set list, click here


Rehearsal Concert last night (01-03-03)
There was a mini-concert last night including the entire band, the touring team and musicians.  
It was held in a California sound stage after 8 days of very intense rehearsals.  
It lasted 46 minutes, included a bit of everything including three of the new songs including
Peacekeeper and Say You Will.  


Cover Art
The cover artwork is inspired by the Japanese film 'Double Suicide'



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Fleetwood Mac - Five Go Mad , Uncut Magazine - May 2003
Fleetwood Mac Return (Tour Info) - April 2003 article from The Miami Herald
Fleetwood Mac - Another Mac Attack, article from Globe and Mail Newspaper
Lindsey Buckingham - Going Back Again - Guitar World Acoustic No. 59
Lindsey Buckingham, The Eternal Return - Guitar Player (April 2003)
Fleetwood Mac Say New Album - Rolling Stone Magazine (Feb 2003)
Fleetwood Mac Back On Track - Article from USA Today (Feb 2003)
Fleetwood Mac is Back - Newswire Article from Feb 2003
Fleetwood Back - Classic Rock Magazine News Item (Jan 2003)
Stevie Nicks - Dec 2002 Interview
Fleetwood Mac 2003 Tour - Article from Dot Music
Fleetwood Mac Dance Again - Nov 2002 article from Rolling Stone
Stevie Nicks - The Coolest Chick in the Room - Oct 2002 Rolling Stone article
Fleetwood Mac plans tour behind New Album - Sept 2002 News item
Interview with Mick from Guitar Central - August 2002 interview

Interview with Mick Fleetwood - July 2002 interview from CNET
Fleetwood changing nappies at 55 - June 2002 news item from Reuters

Fleetwood Mac mention to April's People Magazine - April 2002 article from People Magazine
Fleetwood Mac album almost finished - Jan 2002 article from Lauch.com
Mick Fleetwood talks to BBC News Online - Nov 2001 web forum from BBC online
Fleetwood Mac News - Nov 2001 article posted on Reuters
Mick Fleetwood Talks About Next Fleetwood Mac Album - Oct 2001 interview with Mick Fleetwood
Buckingham, Nicks to front new Fleetwood Mac Album - July 2001 article from VH-1



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