History Music / TeganAndSara

7th Apr '16 12:29:02 PM Windrays
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They'd prove to gain popularity two albums later (after ''If It Was You,'' starting with ''So Jealous,'') and have come out with another three albums since then (''The Con,'' ''Sainthood,'' and ''Heartthrob.'')

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They'd prove to gain popularity two albums later (after ''If It Was You,'' starting with ''So Jealous,'') and have come out with another three albums since then (''The Con,'' ''Sainthood,'' and ''Heartthrob.'')
''Heartthrob''). Their next album, ''Love You To Death'', will be released on June 3rd, 2016.


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* ''Love You To Death'' (2016)
26th Dec '15 1:40:30 PM aye_amber
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** Also Fat Mike of [[Music/{{NOFX}}]] shouted them out in a song about meeting one of them at a festival. Although he doesn't seem sure which one he met, the song was called "Creeping Out Sara."

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** Also Fat Mike of [[Music/{{NOFX}}]] Music/{{NOFX}} shouted them out in a song about meeting one of them at a festival. Although he doesn't seem sure which one he met, the song was called "Creeping Out Sara."
26th Dec '15 1:39:29 PM aye_amber
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'''Tegan and Sara''' are an Indie {{Pop}}/Rock/Synth Pop band hailing from Alberta, Canada, led by identical twin sisters Tegan and Sara Quin.

The twins began as musicians at about age fifteen, writing songs and playing guitar, and were able to record a few demo albums throughout their late teens, culminating in their first whole album ''Under Feet Like Ours'', released independently in 1999, and they were placed on the figurative scene with their signing on by Vapor Records and the release of their second album, ''This Business Of Art'', the next year.

They'd prove to gain popularity two albums later (after ''If It Was You'', starting with ''So Jealous''), and have come out with another three albums since then (''The Con'', ''Sainthood'' and ''Heartthrob'').

The two live and songwrite separately, each sister usually writing the music and singing the melody to her own songs, which often results in their albums being interestingly divided stylistically in music and lyrics. In addition to [[CaptainObvious their music]], they're known among fans for their concert banter; approachable, likable, and very "real" personas; and, to a level, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the fact that they're both lesbian]].

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'''Tegan and Sara''' are an Indie {{Pop}}/Rock/Synth {{Pop}} / Rock / Synth Pop band hailing from Alberta, Canada, UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}, led by identical twin sisters Tegan and Sara Quin.

The twins began as musicians at about age fifteen, writing songs and playing guitar, and were able to record a few demo albums throughout their late teens, culminating in their first whole album ''Under Feet Like Ours'', Ours,'' released independently in 1999, and they were placed on the figurative scene with their signing on by Vapor Records and the release of their second album, ''This Business Of Art'', of Art,'' the next year.

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They'd prove to gain popularity two albums later (after ''If It Was You'', You,'' starting with ''So Jealous''), Jealous,'') and have come out with another three albums since then (''The Con'', ''Sainthood'' Con,'' ''Sainthood,'' and ''Heartthrob'').

''Heartthrob.'')

The two live and songwrite separately, each sister usually writing the music music, and singing the melody to her own songs, which often results in their albums being interestingly divided stylistically in music and lyrics. In addition to [[CaptainObvious their music]], they're known among fans for their concert banter; approachable, likable, and very "real" personas; and, to a level, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the fact that they're both lesbian]].









* ''This Business Of Art'' (2000)

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* ''This Business Of of Art'' (2000)



!!These musicians provide examples of:
* TheAllConcealingI: Most of their songs are written from the first person perspective and rarely uses any gender-specific pronouns or references. So the relationships described in the songs can be read as a heterosexual or homosexual depending on the listener's preference.
** A notable exception to this is "Now I'm All Messed Up" from ''Heartthrob'', which makes an explicit reference to the subject of the song wearing makeup. Of course this doesn't set anything in stone as men in certain subcultures wear it too.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Tegan Rain Quin and Sara Keirsten Quin.
* BreakupSong: A few various ones. They'd include "Not With You", "You Went Away", "City Girl", "Don't Confess", "Where Does The Good Go", and "Call It Off". In general, their lyrics are often a bit melancholic.

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!!These
!! These
musicians provide examples of:
of:

* TheAllConcealingI: Most of their songs are written from the first person perspective and rarely uses any gender-specific gender specific pronouns or references. So the relationships described in the songs can be read as a heterosexual or homosexual depending on the listener's preference.
** A notable exception to this is "Now I'm All Messed Up" from ''Heartthrob'', ''Heartthrob,'' which makes an explicit reference to the subject of the song wearing makeup. Of course this doesn't set anything in stone as men in certain subcultures wear it too.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Tegan Rain Quin and Sara Keirsten Quin.
Quin.
* BreakupSong: A few various ones. They'd include "Not With You", You," "You Went Away", Away," "City Girl", Girl," "Don't Confess", Confess," "Where Does The the Good Go", Go," and "Call It Off". Off." In general, their lyrics are often a bit melancholic.



* BuiltWithLEGO: The music video for "Everything is Awesome", the song they recorded for ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie''.

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* BuiltWithLEGO: The music video for "Everything is Awesome", Awesome," the song they recorded for ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie''.''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie.''



* EvolvingMusic: From indie folk to rock to late 80s synthpop.
* IntercourseWithYou: "All You Got" is the best {{Yuri Fan}}s will get out of them.

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* EvolvingMusic: From indie folk to rock to late 80s '80s synthpop.
* IntercourseWithYou: "All You Got" is the best {{Yuri Fan}}s {{YuriFan}}s will get out of them.



* LoveMartyr: The main character of "I Was A Fool" regrets having been one of these.
* NewSoundAlbum: Synthed-up ''So Jealous'' is a notable change from the comparatively folky ''If It Was You''.
** Then "Sainthood" was the rockier departure from "The Con"

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* LoveMartyr: The main character of "I Was A a Fool" regrets having been one of these.
* NewSoundAlbum: Synthed-up Synthed up ''So Jealous'' is a notable change from the comparatively folky ''If It Was You''.
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** Then "Sainthood" was the rockier departure from "The Con" Con."



* NonAppearingTitle: The titles of ''Under Feet Like Ours'', ''This Business Of Art'', ''If It Was You'', and ''Sainthood'' don't actually appear in the albums. ''Sainthood'', however, is titled after the Leonard Cohen lyric that inspired its songs.

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* NonAppearingTitle: The titles of ''Under Feet Like Ours'', Ours,'' ''This Business Of Art'', of Art,'' ''If It Was You'', You,'' and ''Sainthood'' don't actually appear in the albums. ''Sainthood'', ''Sainthood,'' however, is titled after the Leonard Cohen lyric that inspired its songs.



* SillyLoveSongs: If nothing else, "Underwater" actually uses the phrase - "For now, my head is in the clouds/I'm a silly love song/A twisted-elbow crush song..."
** "Closer"
* [[ShoutOutMusic Shout Out]]: See the above comment about ''Sainthood''
** Also Fat Mike of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Music/NOFX NOFX]] shouted them out in a song about meeting one of them at a festival. Although he doesn't seem sure which one he met, the song was called "Creeping Out Sara".

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* SillyLoveSongs: If nothing else, "Underwater" actually uses the phrase - phrase: "For now, my head is in the clouds/I'm clouds / I'm a silly love song/A twisted-elbow song / A twisted elbow crush song..."
** "Closer"
"Closer."
* [[ShoutOutMusic Shout Out]]: See the above comment about ''Sainthood''
''Sainthood.''
** Also Fat Mike of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Music/NOFX NOFX]] [[Music/{{NOFX}}]] shouted them out in a song about meeting one of them at a festival. Although he doesn't seem sure which one he met, the song was called "Creeping Out Sara". Sara."



* StalkerWithACrush: "Living Room" comes off this way - "My windows look into your bathroom, where I spend the evening watching you get yourself clean..."

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* StalkerWithACrush: "Living Room" comes off this way - way: "My windows look into your bathroom, where I spend the evening watching you get yourself clean..."



** '''Sara:''' I wouldn’t say I miss her [Tegan], but sometimes when we’ve taken a month off or something, we’ll be flying somewhere and I’ll see her at the airport, and I’ll get excited like “Look there’s Tegan!” And then she’ll start talking and I’ll be like, “I hate you, you’re so annoying!"

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** '''Sara:''' I wouldn’t wouldn't say I miss her [Tegan], but sometimes when we’ve we've taken a month off or something, we’ll we'll be flying somewhere and I’ll I'll see her at the airport, and I’ll I'll get excited like “Look there’s Tegan!” like: "Look there's Tegan!" And then she’ll she'll start talking and I’ll I'll be like, “I like: "I hate you, you’re you're so annoying!"
30th Oct '15 6:49:50 PM Exxolon
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** A notable exception to this is "Now I'm All Messed Up" from ''Heartthrob'', which makes an explicit reference to the subject of the song wearing makeup.

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** A notable exception to this is "Now I'm All Messed Up" from ''Heartthrob'', which makes an explicit reference to the subject of the song wearing makeup. Of course this doesn't set anything in stone as men in certain subcultures wear it too.
30th Oct '15 6:48:24 PM Exxolon
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26th Dec '14 10:44:42 PM gemmabeta2
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* EvolvingMusic

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* EvolvingMusicEvolvingMusic: From indie folk to rock to late 80s synthpop.
2nd Nov '14 5:50:06 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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An Indie {{Pop}}/Rock/Synth Pop band hailing from Alberta, Canada, led by identical twin sisters Tegan and Sara Quin.

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An '''Tegan and Sara''' are an Indie {{Pop}}/Rock/Synth Pop band hailing from Alberta, Canada, led by identical twin sisters Tegan and Sara Quin.
20th Oct '14 11:37:51 AM whitelightgenerator
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The twins began as musicians at about age fifteen, writing songs and playing guitar, and were able to record a few demo albums throughout their late teens, culminating in their first whole album ''Under Feet Like Ours'', released independently in 1999, and they were placed on the figurative scene with their signing on by Vapor Records and the release of their second album, ''This Business Of Art'', the next year. They'd prove to gain popularity two albums later (after ''If It Was You'', starting with ''So Jealous''), and have come out with another two albums since then (''The Con'' and their latest ''Sainthood''). Their first pop album, ''Heartthrob'', was released in January 2013.

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The twins began as musicians at about age fifteen, writing songs and playing guitar, and were able to record a few demo albums throughout their late teens, culminating in their first whole album ''Under Feet Like Ours'', released independently in 1999, and they were placed on the figurative scene with their signing on by Vapor Records and the release of their second album, ''This Business Of Art'', the next year.

They'd prove to gain popularity two albums later (after ''If It Was You'', starting with ''So Jealous''), and have come out with another two three albums since then (''The Con'' Con'', ''Sainthood'' and their latest ''Sainthood''). Their first pop album, ''Heartthrob'', was released in January 2013.
''Heartthrob'').
14th Aug '14 4:40:34 PM Aspie
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** A notable exception this is "Now I'm All Messed Up" from ''Heartthrob'', which makes an explicit reference to the subject of the song wearing makeup.

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** A notable exception to this is "Now I'm All Messed Up" from ''Heartthrob'', which makes an explicit reference to the subject of the song wearing makeup.
14th Aug '14 4:39:52 PM Aspie
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** A notable exception this is "Now I'm All Messed Up" from ''Heartthrob'', which makes an explicit reference to the subject of the song wearing makeup.
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