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Signs Of Life Prove Tara is still going strong!

This is a great collection of new songs from Tara! After enjoying both of the SHAYE releases, it is great to hear some new music from Tara MacLean! This is definetly a bit different than her earlier releases, but it is a great listen! Buy it now! Enjoy!

Great EP

Apparently the name is wrong here. It's actually "Signs of Life" Hope this will be released on CD soon w/o DRM. I nice to hear some new solo music by Tara. Can't wait for the new album next year.


Very beautifully made. Reaches all hearts thoroughly, and scrubs them clean with her voice.
The only thing that dissapointed me was "Mad World" but other then that I'd have to say she is one of my favorites!


Born: October 25, 1973 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Isla

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Canadian folk-pop singer/songwriter Tara MacLean was born October 25, 1973 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; raised everywhere from the Caribbean to Toronto to the UK, she began performing as a child, and at 11 made her television debut alongside her singer/dancer father. While singing for friends during a ferry ride from British Columbia to Salt Spring Island, MacLean was discovered by representatives of Vancouver's Nettwerk Records; signing to the label in the spring of 1995, she first attracted...
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