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Creem, August, 1979, The Best Seat in Town



LOS ANGELES - Anybody with a living hormone or two can tell you what Stevie Nicks' true appeal is, but if you say so in public, you might get sued.

A local punk outfit, The Rotters, released a single called "Sit On My Face, Stevie Nicks," which tore up the charts at KROQ and had sold over 2000 copies when who but Mick Fleetwood himself called up the station, gave them a severe "tongue lashing" (it says so right here, honest) and demanded that they stop playing it. Further verbal lickin's from F. Mac legal busybodies convinced the station to drop the tasty tune from their playlist.

C'mon now, Mick. Was it REALLY that offensive to you, or is this just another case of SOUR GRAPES?

Thanks to Kayde for transcribing this and posting it to the Ledge and to Anusha for forwarding it to us.

Date: 1979-08-01         Number of views: 1931

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