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  1. Tygonos Reply

    Fumbling Towards Ecstasy is the third studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, released on 22 October , in Canada, 5 February , in the United States, 24 May , in Japan and 14 August , in drivmaylycharmavenleresincnokeepdy.coinfo was produced by Pierre Marchand in Montreal; McLachlan wrote most of the album while living in a small house near Marchand's studio.

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    Sarah McLachlan (Bonus Track) Dedicated fans of Sarah McLachlan had a lot to buy in , when the Canadian songwriter issued three retrospective albums. Rarities, B-Sides & Other Stuff, Vol. 2 led the pack in April, followed by a deluxe edition of Fumbling Toward Ecstasy several months later.

  3. Dashakar Reply

    I bought this CD for the live version of '' i will remember you'' which i had wanted to get for a long time. i love that song and i am a fan of sarah Mclachlan and if you are looking for a live version of her songs or maybe what is is like to watch or hear her in person this will give you an idea. i also became a fan of a few songs that i didnt know about before this CD. the final Song ''Angel /5().

  4. Samutaxe Reply

    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Sarah McLachlan - Retrospective at Discogs. Complete your Sarah McLachlan collection.

  5. Zulrajas Reply

    McLachlan's next album Surfacing was released in and became her best-selling release to-date. Surfacing peaked at #2 on the Billboard and went eight-times platinum in the U.S. The album won a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance for "Building a Mystery" and another for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for "Last Dance".

  6. Faejind Reply

    rows · Possession is the first single from Sarah McLachlan's album Fumbling Towards Ecstasy. .

  7. Mir Reply

    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Fumbling Towards Ecstasy/Freedom Sessions - Sarah McLachlan on AllMusic - - In , Classic Compact Disc released Fumbling.

  8. Kalabar Reply

    From the album "Closer: The Best Of Sarah McLachlan (Deluxe Version)" by Sarah McLachlan on Napster Possession Sarah McLachlan. Play on Napster. But the reason we fall for it over and over again is also omnipresent on this career retrospective: Even if she never makes anything other than high-drama opuses, the sheer artistry of the.

  9. Digis Reply

    Following the album's release, the fan, Uwe Vandrei, sued McLachlan for songwriting credit, claiming she used parts of his letters in the lyrics. Vandrei asked for $, and a televised meeting with McLachlan where they would discuss the song. He committed suicide on September 28, before the case went to trial.

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