Tegan and Sara Albums Ranked

Tegan and Sara are a Canadian indie pop band formed in 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, composed of identical twin sisters Tegan Rain Quin and Sara Keirsten Quin (born September 19, 1980). Both musicians are songwriters and multi-instrumentalists. The pair have released nine studio albums and numerous EPs. The duo earned a Grammy nomination in 2012 for their DVD/live album Get Along. Their ninth album, Hey, I’m Just Like You, was released on September 27, 2019. Their memoir, High School, was released on September 24, 2019. Here are all of Tegan and Sara’s albums ranked.

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10. Get Along (2011)

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“Very intimate but powerful versions of album tracks. _Get Along_ is an excellent showcase for the offbeat but pristine vocals of the sisters. Their harmonies are plaintive but they contain fire and aplomb. Some of the songs will always sound better in their more produced forms but all of them are wonderful to hear approached in an acoustic manner. It also helps that it sounds less like a concert and more like a coffeehouse performance. It probably was, now that I think of it. Anyway, in this environment, their words are as clear and as sharp as they can be. Their feelings, more palpable than ever. Their genius, quite undeniable.”

9. Under Feet Like Ours (1999)

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“I really enjoyed this album! It’s one of those that you could listen to from front to back. I also like that it has a few tracks that I had heard before (divided, this is everything), but didn’t know where or how to get them. Great album overall!”

8. Hey, I’m Just Like You (2019)

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“Still able to cull the sweetness and the authentic ache from eighties sounds and nostalgic beats, Tegan and Sara are running out of time. Their sound is almost closing in on the nineties. As the years peel by, eighties retro revival is on its way out. But this is still the sweet spot for me. Catchy songs, lovely vocals, warm soundscapes, they still have it and they still sell it with all their might.”

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7. This Business Of Art (2000)

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“Punchy, punk influenced songs made before the sisters mellowed out some to make their next 2 (and best) albums. In the right mood these songs pack a big punch and can cause some serious rocking out. Of course if you’re actually looking for punk rock you should stay far away from this, it’s still girl-pop at heart.”

6. If It Was You (2002)

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“If we consider this an indie-rock album then the rating would be really low (2 stars in my opinion). But, admit it, this is NOT and indie-rock album. This is POWER-POP and it is catchy for real.”

5. Love You To Death (2016)

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Love You to Death is sonically a throwback to early 80s synthpop. Tegan and Sara wear this sound comfortably, presenting a handful of truly great tracks. The album, however, has a quality consistency problem. As well as the track list being improperly organized, and overall being too short in length. The end result is a mix of well-produced songs with varying degrees of high and low qualities and sounds more like a collection of related songs than an actual, proper, cohesive album.”

4. So Jealous (2004)

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“This album’s sound is a little colder and the atmosphere is more solemn than their power pop romp If It Was You, but the sisters pull it off and give us another pop classic. This is one of my most endlessly replayable albums, it just never gets old, and every song is a gem.”

3. Heartthrob (2013)

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“Tegan and Sara seem to have got a bit of blowback over the explicitly, overtly popular style of this album compared to what they’d made before but I think the end result is hard to argue against. Maybe their hardcore fans might not have wanted them to go in this direction but to their immense credit when they decided on this direction they did so in an absolutely wonderful way.”

2. Sainthood (2009)

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“Possibly Tegan and Sara’s most energetic album yet, The Con manages to combine the best bits of their past albums with a driving new twist. Besides Alligator, this album flows very well, being one of T&S’s most consistent releases to date, which makes it easier to listen to than past albums, even if a bit the same. That said, I can’t help but craving the lighter style of this group’s old albums, so in the context of their discography, this album will sounds less impressive than it actually is. I’d recommend listening to this before any other Tegan and Sara albums to fully appreciate what’s happening in it.”

1. The Con (2007)

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“Been a long time coming, but I think I’m finally ready to admit that this album is pretty much perfect. Some months ago I didn’t even like this album, but it was pleasant enough so I kept it around. Track by track the album grew on me, now that I’ve caved on the last couple of songs I can’t call a single one bad. It’s relentlessly catchy, with some massive hooks both instrumentally and vocally. The drumming is top-notch as well, in particular they really push Nineteen above and beyond.”