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The Canadian twins recorded their debut in their mum's living room, and the intimacy shines through: “Divided” confronts a fraught period between the Quins, “Superstar” pokes fun at the industry hubbub that had grown around them, and on “Proud”, they stake out their sexual identities. You can hear the 18-year-old sisters putting their own stamp on their formative influences: Their crunchy guitars and angsty intonation align them with the late '90s Lilith Fair set—plus the occasional electronic flourish. The roots of their idiosyncratic songwriting style are in full view.

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Formed: 1995 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

An award-winning, internationally successful duo comprising identical siblings Tegan and Sara Quin, Tegan and Sara first burst onto the Canadian music scene in 1998, when they earned the highest score in history at Calgary's Garage Warz competition; their quick rise didn't stop, for their melodic acoustics and charming stage personas led to a slew of dates with Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair that same year and a record deal with Neil Young's Vapor Records in April 2000. Natives of Calgary, the twin...
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