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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tegan And Sara - Sainthood at Discogs. Complete your Tegan And Sara collection/5().
  2. "The Cure" is a song written by Tegan Quin and Hunter Burgan for the album Sainthood. At the first annual Newport Folk Festival in Newport, RI on July 30th, , Tegan and Sara played a piano ballad version of "The Cure.".
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sainthood on Discogs. Label: Sire - ,Vapor Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock4/5(31).
  4. Oct 27,  · The Cure Tegan and Sara. Album Sainthood. The Cure Lyrics [Verse 1] Begging like you might take order in your own hands I stare, seems like I don't care Drop a chance in your hands, then.
  5. Tegan and Sara 's fifth album, The Con, found them expanding their sound to incorporate more texture and space in their approach. With the help of producer Chris Walla, they built on what they had done before to make something more complex and adult-sounding. Their sixth album, Sainthood, retains Walla as producer but discards much of the restraint and atmosphere of The Con in favor of a punchier, 7/
  6. Description Tegan and Sara's sixth studio album - Sainthood - addresses secular themes of devotion, delusion, and exemplary behavior in the pursuit of love andrelationships. Inspired by emotional longing and the quiet actions we hope may be noticed by the objects of our affection, Sainthood is about obsession with romantic ideals.
  7. Sainthood is the sixth album by Tegan and Sara released in October through Sire Records. Two singles were released from it, Hell and Alligator. It charted at number 21 in the Billboard , selling 22, in it's first week, and at number 4 in Canada.
  8. Oct 15,  · Tegan and Sara, The Con. READ >> NEWS: Album Details, Tour Dates. READ >> With ’s The Con, though, Tegan and Sara began pushing their music in .

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