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Fleetwood Mac cutting first postreunion disc

Fleetwood Mac, the Anglo-American pop group that shrugged off bitter internal rivalries to emerge as one of music's great survival stories, is back in the studio recording its first album since a successful 1997 reunion.

The band hopes to tour late next summer "with any luck," co-founder Mick Fleetwood said, alluding to its wildly unpredictable 34-year progression from British blues combo to California rock institution. Reuters

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