Your parents had it on vinyl before you did.
It was 45 years ago today (February 4th, 1977) that Fleetwood Mac released their masterpiece, Rumours. To date, the album, which spent 31 non-consecutive weeks on top of the Billboard 200 albums chart, has sold over 40 million copies globally. According to the RIAA's current list, Rumours is now tied for the eighth best-selling album in history alongside 1977's Saturday Night Fever soundtrack Shania Twain's 1997 collection, Come On Over.
Rumours spawned four Top 10 singles -- Lindsey Buckingham's "Go Your Own Way," which hit Number 10; Stevie Nicks' "Dreams" -- which remains to this day the band's sole chart-topping single; Christine McVie's "Don't Stop," which peaked at Number Three and "You Make Loving Fun" -- which topped out at Number Nine.