Though 1979’s Tusk has a bigger cult following these days, Fleetwood Mac’s most commercially popular album after the record-breaking Rumours was their 1987 album Tango in the Night. Its success was bolstered by UK Top 10 hits like “Everywhere,” “Little Lies,” and “Seven Wonders,” and it was a top 10 album in the United States.
Following in the footsteps of deluxe expanded reissues of Tusk and 1982’s Mirage in 2015 and 2016, respectively, Warner Bros. Records has announced a sprawling Tango reissue, available in single-disc, double-disc (with B-sides, rarities and unreleased demos ), and box-set form. The “deluxe” version features three CDs (there’s an additional disc of 12″ remixes, including dub and extended versions of the album’s singles), a DVD of music videos, and 180-gram LP and high resolution versions of the album.
The reissues will be available March 30.