Lindsey's been steadily throwing shade at Fleetwood Mac on his new Twitter feed: Go Insane” is the title track from my second album. This song deals with the challenges of success, and with the difficulties in working and creating alongside an ex lover with whom there’s been no opportunity for closure. “Soul Drifter”, another song from Out Of The Cradle, is different look at transition and evolution. In having moved away from Fleetwood Mac, I’d felt that it was a choice that was out of my hands, a survival move that was necessary in order to move forward. Don’t Look Down”, the opening track from Out Of The Cradle, is a song that always resonates with me. In 1987 I’d taken leave of Fleetwood Mac because the members’ behavior had become antithetical to clarity and creativity. “Trouble” is the first single from my first solo album, Law And Order. I may not have begun doing solo projects at all, but the members of Fleetwood Mac had adopted a reactionary stance in the wake of Tusk, the wildly experimental follow up to Rumours that was largely my doing. With the band’s politic being prohibitive, solo albums became the only option for exploring the left side of my palette. [on "That's How We Do It in L.A."] In the couple of years following the Tusk album, I think I felt a certain disillusionment, not only with the politics of FM, but with the music business in Los Angeles, and this was a reflection of those feelings. Still, as the song says of LA, “it’s the only place”! I’m also very proud of the Tango album; the band was then at their personal worst, but as producer I felt we still prevailed in staking out new creative turf, and managed to shed the reactionary mindset that had existed around Mirage. I tried to get Fleetwood Mac to hold off doing dates until I’d completed my tour, but they couldn’t resist riding on my coattails. [He's joking.] None of this is anything he hasn't said many times before, of course.