Fleetwood Mac attack

By Carla Hay
Billboard
Saturday, April 5, 2003

Fleetwood Mac has joined forces with NBC for a major media campaign centered around the band’s new Reprise album, “Say You Will,” due April 15. Last month, the band offered an exclusive preview of the album’s first single, “Peacekeeper,” on NBC’s show “Third Watch.” The week of April 14, the band will be featured daily on NBC’s weekday morning show “Today.” On April 18, the band will perform on “Today” and will be profiled on NBC’s news magazine “Dateline.”

“Say You Will” is Fleetwood Mac’s first studio album of new material with Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham since 1987’s “Tango in the Night,” which featured the top-10 Billboard Hot 100 hits “Big Love” (No. 5) and “Little Lies” (No. 7).

Guests on the album include former Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie (who is on an indefinite hiatus from the band) and Sheryl Crow. The set features a Buckingham-penned song, “Bleed To Love Her,” which previously appeared on Fleetwood Mac’s 1997 live album “The Dance.”

As previously reported, the group will kick off a North American tour May 7 in Columbus, Ohio. Presale tickets for fan club members begin tomorrow (March 13); tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Saturday. For more information, visit Fleetwood Mac’s official Web site.

Here is the complete track listing for “Say You Will”:

* “What’s the World Coming To”
* “Murrow Turning Over in His Grave”
* “Illume (9/11)”
* “Throw Down”
* “Miranda”
* “Red Rover”
* “Say You Will”
* “Peacekeeper”
* “Come”
* “Smile at You”
* “Running Through the Garden”
* “Silver Girl”
* “Steal Your Heart Away”
* “Bleed To Love Her”
* “Everybody Finds Out”
* ‘Destiny Rules”
* “Say Goodbye”
* “Goodbye Baby”

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