The movie is good. But it ain’t that good. Certainly not up to the level of greatness that people and critics have talked it up to. The plot, for one, is basically a retread of Captain America: The First Avenger. The only difference is that Diana Prince didn’t need to be genetically re-engineered and manipulated.
This album compiles recordings from previous album sessions that just happened to be laying around and in need of a proper home, but it doesn’t have that “cobbled together” feel to it.
This tongue-in-cheekily titled sixth album from the English electronic pioneers is anything but music for the masses. Here the band continue to push the boundaries of their electronic, post-punk, synth pop roots, making a record that marked the turning point in their career when they began to be taken seriously
One listen to this greatest hits collection originally released in 1990, and it becomes clear very quickly why she is the Queen of Pop, and one of the best-selling female artists in history.
As far as greatest hits collections go, this one by Fleetwood Mac is among the most compact and immediate.