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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

New Fleetwood Mac Song Hits Internet Following EP Release

Posted By on Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 4:45 PM

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Fleetwood Mac released a new EP today, titled Extended Play. It's the first batch of fresh music from them in about a decade.

The band tossed one of the three new songs, "Sad Angel," onto the web today. It's getting some pretty favorable press, mostly due to the chug-a-lug rhythm section.

The EP is available via iTunes.

Music Editor Jeff Niesel reviewed the band's April 4 show in Columbus, which he noted was a beautiful nod to their legacy. Regarding "Sad Angel," here's his take: "The song had a driving guitar riff but suffered from its wimpy keyboard riff."

Not much is different in this studio version, but the song is pretty damn catchy. It's embedded below for your listening pleasure.


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