Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (Legacy Edition) [Audio Version] - Sarah McLachlan

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (Legacy Edition) [Audio Version]

Sarah McLachlan

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date:
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 22

  • ℗ 1993, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2006, 2008 Arista Records, LLC


Title Artist Time
Possession Sarah McLachlan 4:39
Wait Sarah McLachlan 4:09
Plenty Sarah McLachlan 4:05
Good Enough Sarah McLachlan 5:03
Mary Sarah McLachlan 3:55
Elsewhere Sarah McLachlan 4:44
Circle Sarah McLachlan 3:43
Ice Sarah McLachlan 3:53
Hold On Sarah McLachlan 4:08
Ice Cream Sarah McLachlan 2:44
Fear Sarah McLachlan 3:59
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy Sarah McLachlan 4:51
Possession (Piano Version) Sarah McLachlan 4:30
Elsewhere Sarah McLachlan 4:35
Plenty (Live) [Freedom Session Sarah McLachlan 3:21
Mary Sarah McLachlan 3:55
Good Enough Sarah McLachlan 3:20
Hold On Sarah McLachlan 6:43
Ice Cream Sarah McLachlan 2:34
Ice Sarah McLachlan 3:59
Ol'55 Sarah McLachlan 4:13
Hold On Sarah McLachlan 4:43


  • Her Preeminent work

    By KMDO
    Got this in 93/4 and feel it holds a place above all of her other works past or present. To me I see this work for her like I see The Joshua tree for U2 or Kick for INXS. Such a beautiful voice that many never realize Possession isn't a love song at all, but akin to songs like Every Breath You Take, Obsession, bathwater, etc etc
  • Nothing will ever top, just an unmatched masterpiece.

    By globesessions99
    One word; 'Fear'. Can't say enough about what an incredible vocal performance she gives on that song. This is her best album I loved Surfacing as well but despite that became her best seller, this is her ture gem and her best album. I remember falling in love with her when I was 8 upon hearing 'Possession' and I haven't been the same sense. Will always love this album, holds a special place in my heart.
  • Well Written

    By Kody7237
    I LOVE this album. Especially Elsewhere and Ice. Nothing tops the title track, though. Lyrical perfection!
  • In My Top 10

    By Southern Joe Blow
    I recall first listening to this on cassette in my sophomore year in college. What captivated me was the consistent songwriting, song after song. Additionally, there is a certain cohesiveness to this work that gives it that true “album” quality. The production aspect, while detailed, is not overpowering. This gave the songs the chance to shine on their own. This is not just a collection of songs. It is a masterwork. It is no wonder that she hasn’t consistently approached these heights since. This set the bar very high, a bar that most writers can only dream of achieving.
  • Her best, bar none.

    By choat2000
    After an awkward debut and a a sophmore slump, Sarah Mclachlan really entered the world with this masterpiece of a record. 20 years later, it's still her best, and the one to own if you're going to own a Mclachlan CD. Don't get me wrong, Surfacing and Afterglow are great. But this is Sarah Mclachlan at her best.
  • PERFECT!!!!

    By Krazezay
    Brilliant, Pure Genius I Love it!!!:) love listening by the beach as well Super Cool:)
  • Love it!

    By risetothetop84
    I can't believe this record is nearly twenty years old. Ell of the songs on it are timeless. They really could have been brand new. I love Good Enough, Ice Cream and Elsewhere. I love that Sarah is still making music and loved by many but this record is my favorite and possibly always will be. Great, great record.
  • Awesome still

    By Sidnic
    I can't believe 19 yrs later , I still come back to this Cd for comfort, truly one of the best Ever...Thanks Sarah, even my 14 yr old Tabby curls up beside me when she hears this one, a lot emotions flowing.....AWESOME !!!
  • 90s at its best!

    By suziemuzee
    my parents got me this album when i was young and I am SO glad they did - practically wore that thing out! Still love it to this day ...real music from a true artist
  • Timeless

    By TDsINurFACE
    I listened to this album every night while falling asleep during my highschool years. "Hold On" really resonates with me, although the work as a whole is timeless.

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