The classic lineup of Fleetwood Mac (sans Christine McVie) return to the charts with their first new music in a decade. One of four new songs from the appropriately titled "Extended Play", "Sad Angel" is the highest debuting song on this week's survey, entering at #44. Since 1978, Fleetwood Mac have topped the chart five times on UU-BRU Internet Radio with "Gypsy" (1982), "Seven Wonders" (1987), "Little Lies" (1987), a live version of "Landslide" (1998) and most recently "Say You Will" (2003).
On June 19, 1982 Fleetwood Mac had the week's highest debut on UU-BRU Internet Radio when "Hold Me", the first single from "Mirage", entered the chart all the way up at #6. The artist at #2 that week was Fleetwood Mac member Stevie Nicks with her solo hit "After The Glitter Fades". Fast forward over three decades later and the same week Fleetwood Mac return with "Sad Angel", the artist at #2 is once again Stevie Nicks with "You Can't Fix This", her contribution to David Grohl's "Sound City' project.
A little further down the chart, Lindsey Buckingham lends his talent to Delta Rae's new single "If I Loved You", debuting at #67. Apart of Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham's most successful chart hit on UU-BRU Internet Radio to date is "Trouble", which peaked at #2 in December 1981. His first solo hit was prevented from hitting number one by Stevie Nicks and her chart topping duet with Don Henley, "Leather and Lace".