No, John McCain hasn't announced his bid for a 2012 presidential election.
The title of this blog post isn't referring to McDonald's signature sandwich either.
It's referring to Sir Paul McCartney -- the former Beatles superstar and the focus of this week's "Tune Talk."
For the first time in 10 years, McCartney returns as The Fireman, the band created by him and British producer Youth.
Last Tuesday, The Fireman released their third album, "Electric Arguments," and the first since 1998's "Rushes."
And boy, the long hiatus has done McCartney well.
"Electric Arguments," by almost all accounts, is the best post-Beatles album ever released by a Beatles member.
"There are more twists and turns, more textures, than on any other McCartney album in the last 20 years," declared All Music Guide.
"Closing in on his sixth decade as a recording artist, it is heartening to see one of our national treasures still pushing the boundaries. Long may he continue," OMH said.
McCartney has always wanted to be known as the experimental Beatle (think "Helter Skelter") and the most pop-sensible (think "Hey Jude").
On "Electric Arguments," he gets his cake and eats it too. Check out baroque pop, U2-esque "Sing the Changes," followed by the fiery, bluesy jam "Nothing Too Much Just out of Sight."
McCartney has finally risen from Golden Slumbers, and we are all better for it.