Fleetwood mac discography

Fleetwood Mac discography
Releases
Studio albums 17
Live albums 6
Compilation albums 13
EPs 1
Singles 69
B-sides 30
Video albums 0
Music videos 23
Tribute and cover albums 1

The discography of Fleetwood Mac consists of 17 studio albums, 12 compilation albums, 69 singles, 1 EP, and 12 music videos.

Albums

Studio

Year Album Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US
[1]
UK
[2]
AUS
[3][4]
CAN
GER
[5]
SWE
[6]
AUT
[7]
FRA
1968 Fleetwood Mac (later renamed 'Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac') 198 4 - - - - - -
Mr. Wonderful - 10 - - - - - 71
1969 Then Play On 109 6 - - - - - -
1970 Kiln House 69 39 26 67 - - - -
1971 Future Games 91 - - - - - - -
1972 Bare Trees 70 - 37 - - - - -
  • US: Platinum[8]
1973 Penguin 49 - - 53 - - - -
Mystery to Me 67 - - 82 - - - -
1974 Heroes Are Hard to Find 34 - - 46 - - - -
1975 Fleetwood Mac 1 23 3 15 - - - -
1977 Rumours 1 1 1[10] 1 6 19 25 27
  • UK: 11× Platinum[9]
  • US: 19× Platinum[8]
  • AUS: 13× Platinum[10]
  • FRA: Platinum[11]
  • NZ: 10x Platinum
1979 Tusk 4 1 2 2 3 8 4 6
  • UK: Platinum[9]
  • US: 2× Platinum[8]
  • FRA: Gold[11]
1982 Mirage 1 5 2 4 12 10 - 5
  • UK: Platinum[9]
  • US: 2× Platinum[8]
  • FRA: Gold[11]
1987 Tango in the Night 7 1 5 2 2 1 23 25
  • UK: 8× Platinum[9]
  • US: 3× Platinum[8]
1990 Behind the Mask 18 1 9 20 4 4 19 36
1995 Time - 47 - - 92 - - -
2003 Say You Will 3 6 24 8 10 8 - -

Live

Year Album Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US
[1]
UK
[2]
AUS
[3][4]
CAN
GER
[5]
SWI
[6]
1980 Live 14 31 20 - - 50
1995 Live at the BBC - 48 - - - -
1997 The Dance 1 15 4 19 20 39
  • UK: Gold[9]
  • US: 5× Platinum[8]
  • AUS: Platinum[12]
2004 Fleetwood Mac: Live in Boston 84 - - - - -

Compilations

Year Album Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US
[1]
UK
[2]
AUS
[3]
GER
[5]
SWI
[6]
1969 English Rose 184 - - - -
The Pious Bird of Good Omen - 18 - - -
Fleetwood Mac in Chicago 118 - - - -
1971 Black Magic Woman 143 - - - -
Greatest Hits (CBS) - 36 - - -
1975 Vintage Years 138 - - - -
1987 The Collection - - - - -
1988 Greatest Hits (Warner Bros.) 14 3 3 9 15
  • UK: 3× Platinum[9]
  • US: 8× Platinum[8]
  • AUS: 9× Platinum[13]
  • NZ: 11x Platinum[14]
1992 25 Years – The Chain (2/4 disc boxset) - 9 2 94/86 -
1996 The Best of - - - - -
1998 The Vaudeville years - 168 - - -
2002 The Best of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac - 129 - - -
The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac 12 6 16 31 18
  • UK: 4× Platinum[9]
  • US: Platinum[8]
  • AUS: 7× Platinum[16]
  • NZ: 7x Platinum

Summaries:

2007 The Essential Fleetwood Mac - - - - -
2013 Opus Collection 72 - - - -

Archival releases

  • The Original Fleetwood Mac (CBS, 1971)
  • Live in Boston (released 1985)
  • Live at the Marquee, 1967 (released 1992)
  • Masters: London Live '68 (released 1998)
  • The Vaudeville Years of Fleetwood Mac: 1968 to 1970 (2 CD) (1998) UK # 168
  • The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions 1967–1969 (6 CD) (Columbia UK, 1999)
  • Shrine '69 (1999)
  • Original Fleetwood Mac: The Blues Years (3 CD) (Castle, 2000)
  • Show-Biz Blues: 1968 to 1970 Volume 2 (2 CD) (Castle/Sanctuary, 2001)
  • Jumping at Shadows: The Blues Years (Castle/Sanctuary, 2002)
  • Madison Blues (3 CD) (Shakedown 2003 - recorded 1970)
  • Green Shadows (Union Square Music, 2003)
  • Men of the World: The Early Years (3 CD) (Sanctuary, 2005 - compilation of material from The Vaudeville Years and Show-Biz Blues)
  • Perfect Days (Airline 2008 - single disc of material from the Madison Blues 3-CD set) (The exact same album, including the same cover art, was also released with the title "Perfect in Every Way" by the label Fuel 2000 in 2010.)
  • Preaching The Blues - (Live recording from 1971, last to feature Jeremy Spencer) Secret Records 2011

Extended plays

Year Album Peak chart positions
UK
AUS
CAN US
2013 Extended Play
  • Label: LMJS Productions
  • Released: 30 April 2013
48

Singles

Singles peak chart positions by territory are shown in the following table. Blank spaces indicate either that the single was not released in that territory, or that there is no information available regarding its chart position. Many of these singles were released in other countries (Italy, for example), but chart information is not yet available.

Key to chart headings: UK (United Kingdom), U.S. (United States), U.S. Rock (United States Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks), U.S. AC (United States Billboard Adult Contemporary Tracks), CAN (Canada), AUS (Australia), IRL (Ireland), GER (Germany), NL (Netherlands), FRA (France), NOR (Norway), AUT (Austria).

Year Title Chart positions Album
UK
[18]
U.S.
[19]
U.S. Rock
[19]
U.S. AC
[19]
CAN
[20]
AUS
[4][21]
IRL
[22]
GER
[23]
NL
[24]
NZ
[25]
NOR
[26]
AUT
[27]
1967 "I Believe My Time Ain't Long" The Pious Bird of Good Omen
1968 "Shake Your Moneymaker" Fleetwood Mac
"Black Magic Woman" 37 English Rose
"Need Your Love So Bad" 31 7 The Pious Bird of Good Omen
1969 "Albatross" 1 104 45 12 5 19 1 2 English Rose
"Man of the World" 2 100 5 23 13 4 non-album single
"Need Your Love So Bad" [UK re-release]1 32 The Pious Bird of Good Omen
"Oh Well" 2 55 72 19 5 5 1 3 6 non-album single
"Rattlesnake Shake" Then Play On
1970 "The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Prong Crown)" 10 14 16 6 non-album single
1971 "Dragonfly"
"Tell Me All the Things You Do" Kiln House
"Jewel-Eyed Judy" 7 42
"Sands of Time" Future Games
1972 "Sentimental Lady" Bare Trees
"Spare Me a Little of Your Love"
"Did You Ever Love Me" Penguin
1973 "Remember Me"
"For Your Love" Mystery to Me
"Albatross" [UK re-release]2 2 8 Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits
1974 "Heroes Are Hard to Find" Heroes Are Hard to Find
1975 "Warm Ways" Fleetwood Mac
"Over My Head" 20 9
1976 "Rhiannon" 11 4 13 16
"Say You Love Me" 40 11 29 38
"Go Your Own Way" 38 10 11 20 11 1 23 Rumours
1977 "Dreams" 24 1 11 1 19 33 8 16
"Don't Stop" 32 3 1 30 41 4
"You Make Loving Fun" 45 9 7 65 22 26
1978 "Rhiannon" [UK re-release]3 46 Fleetwood Mac
1979 "Tusk" 6 8 5 3 15 7 10 4 6 Tusk
"Sara" 37 7 12 11 44 14 12
"Not That Funny"
1980 "Think About Me" 20 24
"Sisters of the Moon" 86
"Angel"
1981 "Fireflies" 60 59 Live
"The Farmer's Daughter" (live) 6
1982 "Hold Me" 4 3 7 2 12 64 25 45 Mirage
"Gypsy" 46 12 4 9 1 17 25 35 42
"Love in Store" 22 11 96
"Oh Diane" 9 35 8 46
"Can't Go Back" 83
"Straight Back" 36
1987 "Big Love" 9 5 2 23 12 16 8 17 8 29 Tango in the Night
"Seven Wonders" 56 19 2 13 17 23 28 47 28 49
"Little Lies" 5 4 14 1 13 16 4 3 10 9 21
"Family Man" 54 90 23 83 29 23
"Tango in the Night" 28
1988 "Everywhere" 4 14 22 1 29 45 2 4 43
"Isn't It Midnight" 60 14 23 32
"As Long as You Follow" 66 43 15 1 74 35 19 15 35 Greatest Hits
"No Questions Asked" 37
1989 "Albatross" [UK re-release]2 96 non-album single
"Hold Me" [UK re-release]4 94 Greatest Hits
1990 "Save Me" 53 33 3 6 7 41 36 16 27 Behind the Mask
"In the Back of My Mind" 58 70
"Hard Feelings"
"Skies the Limit" 40 10 26 48
"Love Is Dangerous" 7
1992 "Love Shines" 83 51 82 25 Years – The Chain
"Paper Doll" 108 26 32 9
1995 "I Do" 62 Time
1997 "Temporary One" 99 The Dance
"The Chain" (live) 30 51
"Silver Springs" (live) 5 38 96
1998 "Landslide" (live) 51 10
2003 "Peacekeeper" 80 10 100 31 Say You Will
"Say You Will" 17
2009 "The Chain" 5 81 Rumours
2011 "Landslide" 6 178
[28]
Fleetwood Mac
"Songbird" 6 115
[29]
Rumours
2013 "Everywhere" [UK download]8 15 46 Tango in the Night
"Sad Angel" 125
[30]
Extended Play
Notes
  • 1 "Need Your Love So Bad" was re-released as a UK-only release in 1969
  • 2 "Albatross" has twice re-entered the UK Chart with its re-releases, in 1973 and 1990.
  • 3 "Rhiannon" failed to chart in UK in 1976. UK Chart position is the re-release in March 1978.
  • 4 "Hold Me" failed to chart in UK in 1982. The track was re-issued February 1989 in the UK, taken from the 1988 Greatest Hits.
  • 5 On March 29, 2009, "The Chain" (album track from Rumours, 1977) entered the UK Singles Chart at number 94 through downloads, because it was confirmed on February 24, 2009 that the song would return as theme song for Formula One on TV in UK after the BBC regained the broadcasting rights to Formula One from ITV. On March 26, 2011 the song re-entered the UK chart, this time peaking at number 81. The song re-entered the UK chart again on February 2, 2013, at number 98. This was due to the promotion surrounding the 35th Anniversary deluxe re-release of the Rumours album.
  • 6 "Landslide" and "Songbird" charted in UK with download sales, due to the TV-series Glee paying tribute to Fleetwood Mac.
  • 7 Additional chart positions from the Netherlands are from www.fmlegacy.com/charts/HoLlcharts.html.
  • 8 "Everywhere" recharted in the UK in 2013 on download sales after it was used in a television commercial for the mobile phone operator 3 Mobile. It reached number 15.

Tours

  • Fleetwood Mac (1975–1976)
  • Rumours (1977–1978)
  • Tusk (1979–1980)
  • Mirage (1982–1983)
  • Tango In The Night (1987–1988)
  • Behind The Mask (1990)
  • The Dance (1997)
  • Say You Will (2003–2004)
  • Unleashed (2009)
  • TBA (2013)

DVD releases

Music videos

  • 1967 – "Man of the World"
  • 1968 – "Stop Messin' Around"
  • 1969 – "Need Your Love So Bad"
  • 1969 – "Albatross"
  • 1970 – "Oh Well (Part I)"
  • 1970 – "Rattle Snake Shake"
  • 1970 – "The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Prong Crown)"
  • 1972 – "Dragonfly"
  • 1977 – "Dreams"
  • 1977 – "Don't Stop"
  • 1977 – "Go Your Own Way"
  • 1977 – "You Make Loving Fun"
  • 1979 – "Tusk"
  • 1979 – "Sara"
  • 1982 – "Hold Me"
  • 1982 – "Gypsy"
  • 1987 – "Big Love"
  • 1987 – "Seven Wonders"
  • 1987 – "Little Lies"
  • 1988 – "Everywhere"
  • 1988 – "Family Man" (montage videoclip and not real music video)
  • 1988 – "As Long as You Follow"
  • 1990 – "Save Me"
  • 1990 – "Skies the Limit"
  • 1990 – "In the Back of My Mind"
  • 1992 – "Love Shines"
  • 1992 – "Paper Doll"
  • 1997 – "Landslide"
  • 1997 – "Silver Springs"
  • 2003 – "Peacekeeper"
  • 2003 – "Say You Will"

References

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