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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.
After two months of hedonistic and turbulent music-making, the band felt they had tapes that were ready. Christine McVie and Nicks promptly left the studio to the men to do their post-production. However, a near-tragedy struck when the tapes were used so much in these sessions they wore out. The band's sold-out 1976 tour was cancelled so that they could concentrate on getting the album finished and a specialist expert called in to restore the tapes. All teetered on a knife's edge.
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