I love compilations. Love them. You get to have most of an artist's best songs for you to enjoy. If you don't know much about said artist, it's your chance to get to know them. If you're already a fan, it's great to have tracks you love in one single CD. But, as I've said before, they don't come without problems. The matter of chosing which songs should be included is always a touchy subject, because everyone has different likes and dislikes, and most of the time record labels and/or the artists *miss* or *forget* songs that fans claim for.
Fleetwood Mac: Greatest Hits is not an exception to this rule. In fact, in my opinion, there are at least two tracks missing from this collection: Landslide and The Chain, which are, and I think you will agree, a couple of the band's most famous songs, and by not being included here, lessen the impact of the CD a little bit.
Having said that, this is a great collection indeed, with some amazing work and some really great, classic tunes, like Rhiannon, Don't stop, As long as you follow, Go your own way and Dreams. This is classic Fleetwood Mac, mostly from the Lindsey Buckingham-Stevie Nicks era.
But if you really want to have a better collection of the Mac's work, you should skip this CD and get the two CD The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac which includes 36 tracks. I would have given 5 stars to this CD if the newer collection didn't exist, but as it is, I should say that it's better than this one if only because it includes the two tracks named before, and some of the stuff that came after the release of the first collection.