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Rumours is the eleventh studio album by Anglo-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released on 4 February 1977 by Warner Bros. Largely recorded in California in 1976, it was produced by the band with Ken Caillat and Richard Dashut. The band wanted to expand on the commercial success of their eponymous 1975 album, but struggled with relationship breakups before recording started.
Rumours of War Lyrics Al Stewart. Album Russians & Americans. Al Stewart - Rumours of War Songtext. We met on the beach amid rumours of war, your hair in your hand, what you saw you won't say as the newspapers blew in the wind. Rumours of War. I see that your dress is torn at the edge, you were lost, intense, like a man on a ledge, waiting to jump as the waves break over the shore. You say there's a storm that can't be delayed, and lately it seems to be comin' this way, you can hear it break like the slam of a door. You tell me, "Just look all around, at the past and the present, at the cross and the present, the signs and the planets are lining up like before.
Lyrics to "Rumours Of War" song by Al Stewart: We met on the beach amid rumours of war Your head in your hand, what you saw you won't say As the n. .There are souls on fire in the day and the night On the left and the right, in the black and the white You can see it burn in the eyes of the rich and the poor. Rumours of war, rumours of war. Submit Corrections. Writer(s): AL STEWART, PETER HARRY WHITE.
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Being DJ/producers we're influenced by the music that's happening, especially with dance music because it moves so quickly in England. We wanted to do something in our own distinct style so we used influences that we had hints of on the first album but made it harder and clubbier, and used the influences from 1989-91. Pressure Point's cohesive cross-genre pollination indeed makes it one of the year's best dance albums
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