Fleetwood Mac, Dreams, single

‘Dreams’ back on charts, thanks to meme

“Dreams,” Fleetwood Mac’s Number One single from the band’s iconic 1977 album Rumours, returns to the charts this week, according to Billboard Magazine, thanks to a meme showing a color guard dancing to the song. The humorous observation, tweeted by i m m i g r ❀ n t @bottledfleet, has received thousands of likes and retweets since March 22.

“Dreams” re-emerges at Number 14 on the Hot Rock Songs chart for the weekending April 7, 2018. The reaction to the Twitter post also bumps up Rumours on the Top Rock Albums chart, from 21-13 with 7,000 equivalent album units, up 12 percent, according to Billboard.

Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart
(Billboard)

https://twitter.com/bottledfleet/status/976864863329931265

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