For the 30th anniversary of Tango in the Night, Fleetwood Mac will reissue the LP, the band’s last studio album to date to feature the band’s classic Rumours lineup. Alongside remastered versions of tracks like “Seven Wonders” and “Everywhere,” the reissue will feature never-before-heard demos and outtakes, like the previously unreleased song “Where We Belong,” streaming below.
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie co-wrote the song and share lead vocals. The track perfectly balances the writing and musical styles of the two members, as Buckingham’s folky finger-picking melds seamlessly with McVie’s brilliant pop simplicity.
Fleetwood Mac’s Tango in the Night reissue will be released on March 31st via Warner Bros. Records and will come in three different versions. The deluxe version will feature three CDs, a DVD and a LP. Last year, the band reissued their 1982 album Mirage.
Later this year, Buckingham and McVie will debut a duets LP under the name Buckingham McVie. The pair have harmonized on numerous classic Fleetwood Mac songs, including Mirage‘s “Hold Me,” Tusk‘s “Think About Me” and Rumours‘ “Don’t Stop.” This will be their first album as a duo.