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  • Fleetwood Mac meme sends track back into the charts
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Fleetwood Mac meme sends track back into the charts

Fleetwood Mac appearing on the Billboard rock top 20 might not seem like a surprise, but it does raise eyebrows when the song is 40 years old. With the band's 1977 track 'Dreams' re-entering the charts thanks to a meme, the impact of online culture on consumer behaviour is clear to see.

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