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Remastered Debut Solo Album on 180g Vinyl LP!
Features «Edge Of Seventeen», «Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around» with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers & «Leather And Lace» with Don Henley!

Nicks joined producer Jimmy Iovine to begin recording songs for her solo debut, following the recording of Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk and subsequent tour. The 1981 album was quickly certified platinum thanks to Nicks classics like “Edge Of Seventeen,” “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” (with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) and “Leather And Lace” (with Don Henley).

The legendary Stevie Nicks has an instantly recognizable voice that rises above all others that stops you in your tracks – that has inspired and influenced artists for generations. It is at once haunting, romantic, filled with mystery and completely unforgettable. Added to the voice are her extraordinary songwriting talents which have brought joy to her millions of fans for generations. Collectively they add up to one of the most successful female artists in rock history.

As a member of the legendary Fleetwood Mac whose Rumours record was one of the biggest selling albums of all time, Nicks’ four decade career includes multiple Grammy awards, numerous gold and platinum records, induction into the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and unforgettable performances across the stages of the world for decades.

Nicks, who has penned Fleetwood Mac classics including the timeless «Landslide,” «Dreams,” ”Gold Dust Woman” and «Rhiannon», has had equal success as a solo artist beginning with her five times platinum debut «Bella Donna.» With unforgettable songs such as «Edge of Seventeen» and «Stand Back,» Stevie Nicks is unique among the pantheon of rock icons.

• 180g vinyl
• Remastered

Side A:
1. Bella Donna
2. Kind Of Woman
3. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (with Tom Petty)
4. Think About It
5. After The Glitter Fades
Side B:
1. Edge of Seventeen
2. How Still My Love
3. Leather And Lace (with Don Henley)
4. Outside The Rain
5. The Highwayman