At The Other End Vol.2 In 1990, Fleetwood Mac released their fifteenth studio album, Behind the Mask. With the record the band veered away from the stylised sound that Lindsay Buckingham - who had left the band in 1998 - had evolved during his tenure and developed a more adult contemporary style with producer Greg Ladanyi. The album yielded one Top 40 hit, McVie's ‘Save Me’. Behind the Mask achieved Gold album status in the US, peaking at No.18 on the Billboard album chart, though it entered the UK Albums Chart at No. 1. It received mixed reviews but Rolling Stone magazine said that new members Rick Vito and Billy Burnette were ‘the best thing to ever happen to Fleetwood Mac’ and Q magazine praised the album. The subsequent ‘Behind the Mask’ tour saw the band play sold-out shows at London's Wembley Stadium. In the final show in Los Angeles, Buckingham joined the band on stage. The two women of the band, Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks, had decided that the tour would be their last (McVie's father had died during the tour), although both stated that they would still record with Fleetwood Mac. The band also played a sold-out show at Manchester’s Maine Road Stadium (home to Manchester City FC at the time) which was recorded for FM Radio Broadcast both in the UK and across the US, where it was synched live on a number of US Stations.