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It's one of the most famous albums in the world, and there were wild stories of hedonism and emotional strife behind its recording. These are the elements of Fleetwood Mac's Rumours.
Although most of the album was recorded in a wooden shack with few windows in Sausalito, California, the group split up their living arrangements, with Christine McVie and Nicks living on the seafront and the men in the hills. They rarely socialised outside of making the record and allegedly took advantage of the hippy-lead drugs culture in Sausalito at the time: 'sleepless nights and extensive use of cocaine marked much of the album's production', it's claimed, helped by an open-ended budget.
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