13 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy was Sarah McLachlan’s international breakthrough. The album ventured into darkness and light and showcased her ethereal voice—complete with deliciously crackling vocal break—and deeply personal lyrics. “Possession” is devastating and brooding, melding a sticky trip-hop beat with intense, spine-tingling imagery, while “Good Enough” uses a gentle, folky sway to extend a hand to a friend in pain. And “Ice,” with its fingerpicked acoustic guitar and heart-pounding kick drum, exhibits McLachlan’s assured songwriting.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy was Sarah McLachlan’s international breakthrough. The album ventured into darkness and light and showcased her ethereal voice—complete with deliciously crackling vocal break—and deeply personal lyrics. “Possession” is devastating and brooding, melding a sticky trip-hop beat with intense, spine-tingling imagery, while “Good Enough” uses a gentle, folky sway to extend a hand to a friend in pain. And “Ice,” with its fingerpicked acoustic guitar and heart-pounding kick drum, exhibits McLachlan’s assured songwriting.

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