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Tracks from this compilation of indie-famous Fleetwood Mac covers keep trickling out like so many sweat beads dripping from Lindsey Buckingham‘s afro. (Gawd, I bet U.S. Royalty would kill to be on this thing.) But nothing from the album has grabbed me as hard as Craig Wedren and St. Vincent‘s gloss on “Sisters of the Moon.” No coke-y, pseudo-mystic mumbo-jumbo here, or at least it doesn’t telegraph that way: Wedren, who fronted D.C. post-hardcore dudes Shudder to Think in the ’80s and ’90s, has a way with arrangements that are sensual, stripped down, and hard-edged. Thank the band’s late-career glam-rock years for the first part of the equation, I guess. Listen: