Greatest hits albums are the devil. Especially for band, like this one who don't really rely on singles. Fleetwood Mac is a band that can sell 3 million albums without a hit single. In the process, songs that weren't originally singles become their most popular songs (i.e. Landslide, Gold Dust Woman, The chain). With that fact and greatest hits album becomes inappropriate for this band. This album left me unfulfilled, yes it has two new tracks (which by the way are pretty good). But what they left out just left to much to desire. An example of what is appropriate for this band is, The Chain box set, which was realeased four years later in 1992 (someone please tell me why the only one you can get is the two cd version anymore, its really a shame). This album just seems like an attempt to fill the void after Lindsey Buckingham's departure the previous year. One big plus for the album is that it includes the full version of Sara, which is not available on the Tusk cd (who's decision it was to edit it should be fired). My advice is don't by this particular album until you have their previous albums. And even then, only if you're a die hard Mac fan.