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  1. Lindsey Buckingham's second album, like his first, Law and Order, was a triumph of studio wizardry over songwriting craft. Buckingham's work was ear-catching, but once he'd gotten your attention with some gimmicky sound effect or busy arrangement, he had very little to tell tioroctodoohasingpromecconzosubri.coinfo exception was Go Insane's most ambitious piece, the closing track, "D.W. Suite," on which Buckingham, always 7/
  2. The back cover of the "Go Insane" album shows Buckingham staring at a naked woman, which is a perfect complement for the music inside. The delirious carnival-from-hell style opening track "I Want You", the stomping title track, & "Slow Dancing" each have richly harmonized, irresistibly catchy choruses/5(48).
  3. The back cover of the "Go Insane" album shows Buckingham staring at a naked woman, which is a perfect complement for the music inside. The delirious carnival-from-hell style opening track "I Want You", the stomping title track, & "Slow Dancing" each have richly harmonized, irresistibly catchy choruses/5(46).
  4. Lindsey Adams Buckingham (born October 3, ) is an American guitarist, singer, composer and producer, most notable for being the guitarist and male lead singer of Fleetwood Mac. As a member of Fleetwood Mac, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in
  5. Go Insane is the second solo studio album by American musician Lindsey Buckingham, then the guitarist and singer of Fleetwood tioroctodoohasingpromecconzosubri.coinfo album was released on July 3, , by Reprise Records and Warner Music Group, while Fleetwood Mac was on a hiatus between tioroctodoohasingpromecconzosubri.coinfo peaked at No. 45 on the U.S. Billboard chart. Two promotional music videos were shot for the tioroctodoohasingpromecconzosubri.coinfo: Rock, new wave.
  6. Directed by Daniel Kleinman. With Lindsey Buckingham. Lindsey Buckingham performs in the music video for "Go Insane" from his album "Go Insane" recorded for Elektra Records. After walking through a mirror Buckingham is surrounded by deranged imagery included a floating globe, floating goldfish, and several different sized versions of himself.

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