Sarah McLachlan's platinum record released in 1993. It's music where the artist understands someone who can't be understood. Granted, there is a small paradox here, but it's quite fun.

Some people compare Sarah McLachlan to a Tori Amos Lite. This is the album for lonely people who want to be alone.

"Fumbling Towards Ecstasy," a pre-Lilith Fair album, is often called Sarah McLachlan's best. This is an album that doesn't grow old, only new dimensions.

Here's the playlist:

1. Possession
2. Wait
3. Plenty
4. Good Enough
5. Mary
6. Elsewhere
7. Circle
8. Ice
9. Hold On
10. Ice Cream
11. Fear
12. Fumbling Towards Ecstasy

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