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Release Date
3rd July 1984

 


 

 

Track List


I Want You (3:20) [LYRICS]
(Lindsey Buckingham & Gordon Fordyce)


Go Insane (3:03 [LYRICS]

(Lindsey Buckingham)


Slow Dancing (4:06) [LYRICS]

(Lindsey Buckingham)


I Must Go (4:51) [LYRICS]

(Lindsey Buckingham)


Play In The Rain (2:48) [LYRICS]

(Lindsey Buckingham)


Play In The Rain (continued) (4:16) [LYRICS]

(Lindsey Buckingham)


Loving Cup (4:58) [LYRICS]

(Lindsey Buckingham)


Bang The Drum (3:40) [LYRICS]

(Lindsey Buckingham)


D.W Suite (6:45) [LYRICS]

(Lindsey Buckingham)


 

 

Producer - Lindsey Buckingham and Gordon Fordyce
Executive Producer - Roy Thomas Baker
Record Company - Elektra / Warner Brothers

 

This record is for Carol Ann

 

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Single Releases

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go Insane

 

7" and 12" single releases

 

7" Tracks

A. Go Insane
B. Play In The Rain

 

12" Tracks

A. Go Insane (extended mix)
B. Play In The Rain

 

 


       

 

 

   

Slow Dancing

 

7" and 12" single releases

 

7" Tracks

A. Slow Dancing (extended mix)
B. D.W Suite

 

12" Tracks

A. Slow Dancing (extended mix)
B1. D.W Suite

B2. Slow Dancing (instrumental)

 


 

 

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Images

 

     

 

 

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Press Release


Critics have called him everything from "the Rodeo Drive punk" to "the man responsible for transforming Fleetwood Mac into of the biggest groups of all time." He is singled out for his melodic, integral guitar work: for his meticulous production on both solo and Fleetwood Mac albums, and, perhaps, most importantly, for his determination in challenging the rules and preconceptions of pop music itself. Lindsey Buckingham is an artist who takes risks because he must, making him one of rock' s most formidable originals.

As a major studio force since joining Fleetwood Mac in 1974, Buckingham was largely responsible for the production values on both the "Fleetwood Mac" and "Rumours" albums. Yet his prowess as a producer did not emerge publicly until 1979, when he shaped the direction of the experimental and controversial "Tusk" album. In 1981, he released the self produced, self performed Elektra album, "Law and Order," a critically-acclaimed work, which once again confounded listeners' expectations.

Now Lindsey Buckingham returns with "Go Insane," an album that contains some of his meet accessible and certainly his most experimental work to date. "This record addresses the experience of having your sense of reality constantly tested," says Buckingham. "The lyrical and musical thread running from song to song is stronger this time, and there's more of a singular feeling about the album as a whole."

 

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Additional Articles

 

 

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ALBUMS - SOLO

Law And Order
Go Insane
Out Of The Cradle
Under The Skin
Live at the Bass Performance
Gift Of Screws
Seeds We Sow

One Man Show

DVDs - SOLO

Soundstage
Live at the Bass Performance
Songs from the Small Machine

ALBUMS - OTHER

Buckingham Nicks

Fleetwood Mac
Rumours
Tusk
Fleetwood Mac Live
Mirage
Tango In The Night

25 Years: The Chain
The Dance
Say You Will

Extented Play

Lindsey Buckingham /
Christine McVie


DVDs - OTHER

The Dance
Live in Boston
Destiny Rules

TOURS

with Fritz
with Buckingham Nicks
with Fleetwood Mac
Out Of The Cradle
Under The Skin
Gift Of Screws
Seeds We Sow

An Evening with...

Lindsey Buckingham /
Christine McVie

EXTRAS

Articles

Solo Albums Info

Solo Singles Info

Soundtrack and Promo Albums

Fleetwood Mac Albums

Guest Apperances

Gift Of Screws Sessions

The Missing 90s

Fanzines / Newsletters

Photos
Wallpapers

Trouble Video

Bootleg Artwork

Wikipedia Entry