Double vinyl LP pressing. After the huge comeback success of the live reunion album, The Dance, in 1997, Fleetwood Mac were back in a big way. The obvious question was all over the place: Was there going to be another studio album by the band? Even though it was preceded by a short round of drama (it’s Fleetwood Mac, after all), they answered with Say You Will on April 15, 2003, which marked the return of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks but also saw the departure of Christine McVie. After 1987’s Tango in the Night, Buckingham left the band to concentrate on his solo career. The group soldiered on and issued two more albums, Behind the Mask (in 1990) and Time (in 1995), by which time Nicks had also split.