Again these guys...err guys and girls..err ladies and gentlemen...dudes and dudettes...oh whatever, put out a good album. There is a little more of a reliance on synthesizers and that can get annoying to some people. However, the song-writing is still at optimum level. Big Love is is one emotional charged number. The moods shift from song to song making it very worthwhile.
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Thanks to the long shadow cast by the group's blockbusterRumours, this 1987 effort was inevitably regarded as something of a letdown. That's too bad, since it's an underrated set that contains plenty of inventively catchy tunes, with a quirky sonic edge that gives the songs added sonic and emotional depth. Lindsey Buckingham's eccentric, vaguely menacing "Big Love" is a standout, as is Christine McVie's brightly bittersweet "Little Lies," along with such dark-horse winners as "Seven Wonders," "Caroline," "Mystified," and Stevie Nicks's typically mystical "Welcome to the Room ... Sara."--Scott Schinder