Sarah McLachlan - Surfacing

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Artist :   Sarah McLachlan
Album Name :   Surfacing
Genre :   Pop
Tracks :   10
Relase Date :   29 August 1997
Country :   USA

Surfacing (Sarah McLachlan) Album Songs

Song Title Artist Time
1. Building a Mystery Sarah McLachlan 4:07
2. I Love You Sarah McLachlan 4:44
3. Sweet Surrender Sarah McLachlan 4:00
4. Adia Sarah McLachlan 4:04
5. Do What You Have to Do Sarah McLachlan 3:46
6. Witness Sarah McLachlan 4:47
7. Angel Sarah McLachlan 4:30
8. Black & White Sarah McLachlan 5:02
9. Full of Grace Sarah McLachlan 3:41
10. Last Dance Sarah McLachlan 2:30

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About Sarah McLachlan - Surfacing Album

Surfacing is Sarah McLachlan's 4th studio album, released July 15, 1997. It was produced by Pierre Marchand. It was McLachlan's bestselling album, debuting at number one or number two on the Top 40 charts in many countries, and officially confirming her star status in many countries (most notably the United States) where her 1993 album Fumbling Towards Ecstasy had been a steady seller but didn't fully establish McLachlan as a mainstream pop star. ..

Surfacing (Sarah McLachlan) Album Comments

Surfacing (Sarah McLachlan) Album Reviews

  • Angel

    Boo in the arms of the angle everybody that had seen the dog comical better cry boo who love angel boo
  • I owe so much to this album

    This album awakened me musically. It inspired me to learn guitar and piano. It helped me through a dark time in my life, and still helps to this day. A must have for anyone!
  • One of the BEST

    and it first started with this album for me……………...
  • Amazing voice, beautiful lyrics

    I love this album
  • Best Ever Vocalist

    Love this song "Do what you have to do". She has this voice that is just amazing and you appreciate it so much because she doesn't need all this new technology to make her sound perfect. She is natural in all of her songs and is truly a gift to all of us.
  • I'd have to disagree with Straticon

    Though this is a good album, "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" is better. Surfacing doesn't offer anything really different from that one, aside from the weird bit at the end. I was shocked to discover how much more succesful it was than Fumbling, considering that FTE shows just as much---if not more---how deeply her talents can go. That, Surfacing does rate second only to FTE in Mclachlan's career. On top of being a good collection of songs, it produced several hits. Everyone knows Angel, obviously, and Building A Mystery is a instant winner. But Do What You Have to Do is one of my favorites. I was disapointed to find out it wasn't a single. If you're a fan of FTE, you'll definitely like this as well.
  • So good, I bought it several times

    Ingerid Hernandez
    This is my favorite all time album!
  • Talented, Extraordinary

    Sarah McLachlan absolutely stuns me. I Love You is so beautifully chilling in such a dramatic way, and Last Dance gives me a thrill that I can't even begin to describe. She is a talented, extraordinary artist.
  • Beautiful.

    What a perfect album.
  • Bella musica!!

    Uno de los cd's que todas las canciones son hermosas!, muy pocos albums asi!,letra, voz, todo esta realmente bello uno de mis favoritos desde el 1997 hasta hoy 2012 y no pasa de moda.

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