Fleetwood Mac to release ‘Mirage’ deluxe reissue

Expect outtake, rarities and live performances to feature

Fleetwood Mac have announced that they will be releasing their 1982 album ‘Mirage’ as a deluxe reissue.

The new expanded edition will feature outtakes, rarities, and live performances, including early versions of several album tracks.

Two songs that originally didn’t make the cut ‘If You Were My Love’ and ‘Smile At You’ will also feature as well as a previously unreleased cover of Fats Domino’s ‘Blue Monday’.




The reissue is set to be released on July 19 and follows on from the reissue of their 1979 album ‘Tusk’.

A two-day charity festival in honour of Fleetwood Mac took place in Los Angeles back in February and featured the likes of Mark Ronson, The Kills‘ Alison Mosshart, Joanna Newsom, Cold War Kids, Karen Elson and comedians Sarah Silverman and Will Forte.

Fleetwood Mac were also inducted into the 2016 Grammy Hall Of Fame, along with Blondie, and The Grateful Dead. The annual inductees include both singles and album recordings, all of which must be at least 25 years old. The recordings are chosen for their “historical and cultural significance”. Fleetwood Mac’s self-titled album was inducted this year.


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