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Closer: The Best of Sarah McLachlan

Sarah Mclachlan talks about her new album, "Closer: The Best of Sarah Mclachlan"

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Closer: The Best Of Sarah McLachlan contains 14 classic tracks personally selected by the artist from her award-winning catalog, as well as two newly recorded and previously unreleased songs, "U Want Me 2" and "Don't Give Up On Us," working with her longtime producer Pierre Marchand. Additionally, a deluxe 2-CD version will be available, which will include the 16 song album plus a bonus disc of additional songs from Sarah's discography.

Discography
Closer: The Best of Sarah McLachlan (2008)
Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff, Volume 2 (2008)
Wintersong (2006)
Afterglow (2003)
Mirrorball (1999)
Surfacing (1997)
The Freedom Sessions (1995)
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (1994)
Solace (1991)
Touch (1988)

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Dedicated fans of Sarah McLachlan had a lot to buy in 2008, 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. Closer: The Best of Sarah McLachlan brought up the rear, arriving in October and compiling McLachlan's greatest hits along with two new songs. "Don't Give Up on Us" and "U Want Me 2" are standard McLachlan tunes, mixing adult contemporary songcraft with the soothing, evergreen vocals that helped her rise to prominence. As always, producer Pierre Marchand helms both of those new songs, and his presence throughout this compilation — not to mention McLachlan's steady songcraft — helps make Closer a consistent, unified work. Casual fans will find what they need in the regular 16-track version, while diehards might want to look at the two-disc version, which includes additional songs and several remixes. [A deluxe edition was also released.]