Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "MSNBC's Boldest Lie" capturing the scary Rachel Maddow. Her face could be plastered on the entrance to a haunted house.
I found this review of Fleetwood Mac's self-titled 1975 album (referred to as "the White album" by the Mac -- check out the 1979 double-disc Fleetwood Mac Live) by David Bowling interesting.
I used to love that album.
When I switched formats (to CD), this was the only Mac album (Buckingham & Nicks division) I didn't repurchase. I had no reason to.
I had the boxed set The Chain. So what was the point?
I got Mirage for "Straight Back" and "That's Alright" (only Stevie's "Gypsy" was on the boxed set). I got Tusk because I love it. Rumors is a classic. I got the 1979 live album to have "Sara" (on the original CD release of Tusk, they edited "Sara" -- it was the only song they edited -- it is the best known song on the entire collection and that's the one they edit?).
"Sugar Daddy" is the only reason I kept it on my list of to-buy for years. Otherwise, I had all the songs I cared for. I never did get it but I still do love Christine McVie's "Sugar Daddy."
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"