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A little over a month ago, we got a sneak peak at the new “Just Tell Me That You Want Me,” an all-star compilation paying tribute to the iconic Fleetwood Mac. We heard renditions of classics such as “Future Games” reinterpreted by MGMT and “Silver Springs” by Lykke Li. The album was officially released in Starbucks across the country on the 14th. If you haven’t had the chance to stop by one of the dozens of Starbucks within the five mile radius of your house (or if you’re not a resident of the U.S.), you’ve lucked out, as the entire album is now available for streaming.

New standouts include Antony of Antony and the Johnson‘s goosebump inducing rendition of “Landslide” and The Kills version of “Dreams” is stripped of any dreaminess and is more of a lament. Listen to the entire stream below and be sure to tell us your favorite in the comments section.

Check out the official website for the compilation to find out when it is being released in your area.

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  2. […] Me have seen countless covers of the iconic band’s over the past few months, ranging from an outstanding tribute album to individual covers such as Selebrities‘ true-to-form rendition of […]

  3. […] seems like everyone and their mother has covered Fleetwood Mac over the past year. We have seen tribute albums and other amazing covers sprinkled in between. Continuing this trend of covering Nicks & […]

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