|Studio album by Lindsey Buckingham|
|Released||July 3, 1984|
|Genre||Rock, New wave|
|Label||Reprise/Warner Music Group|
|Lindsey Buckingham chronology|
|Singles from Go Insane|
Go Insane is the second solo album by American singer/songwriter and Fleetwood Mac vocalist/guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. The album was released in 1984 while Fleetwood Mac was on a hiatus between albums. It reached #45 on the US Billboard album chart.
All tracks composed by Lindsey Buckingham; except where indicated
- "I Want You" (L. Buckingham, G. Fordyce) - 3:18
- "Go Insane" - 3:08
- "Slow Dancing" - 4:05
- "I Must Go" - 4:51
- "Play in the Rain" - 3:21
- "Play in the Rain (Continued)" - 4:14
- "Loving Cup" - 5:02
- "Bang the Drum" - 3:31
- "D.W. Suite" - 6:50
(On the vinyl version, there is a "locked groove" at the end of Side One on the song "Play in the Rain". This allows the closing section of the song to play continually.)
The title track, Go Insane, was written about his post-breakup relationship with former lover, Carol Ann Harris
"D.W. Suite" was written for Dennis Wilson, who died the December before the album was released. Buckingham was always a big Beach Boys fan. Dennis Wilson was engaged to Christine McVie from 1978-1980.
The album was dedicated to former girlfriend, Carol Ann Harris, with whom he had just ended a relationship.
|This section requires expansion. (November 2011)|
- Lindsey Buckingham - Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion, Fairlight CMI, LinnDrum, Vocals, Pump organ (Track 8), Lap Harp (Track 9),
- Gordon Fordyce - Keyboards and Cowbell (Track 1)
- Bryant Simpson - Bass (Track 2)
|Song||US Hot 100||US Mainstream Rock|
Music promo videos
Two promotional music videos were shot for Go Insane, these included "Go Insane (track)" and "Slow Dancing". None of these videos are commercially available.
- April 16, 2008 Rockline radio
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