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  • Multitudes
    1. In Lightning
    2. Forever Before
    3. Love Who We Are Meant To
    4. Hiding Out in the Open
    5. The Redwing
    6. I Took All of My Rings Off
    7. Of Womankind
    8. Become the Earth
    9. Borrow Trouble
    10. Martyr Moves
    11. Calling All the Gods
    12. Song for Sad Friends

  • Let It Die (2004)
    1. Gatekeeper
    2. Mushaboom
    3. Let It Die
    4. One Evening
    5. Leisure Suite
    6. Lonely Lonely
    7. When I Was a Young Girl
    8. Secret Heart
    9. Inside and Out
    10. Tout Doucement
    11. Now at Last

    Let It Die is the second album by Canadian singer-songwriter Feist. It was recorded in Paris during 2002 and 2003 and released in 2004. The album combines jazz, bossa nova and indie rock. Let It Die was welcomed as one of the best Canadian pop albums of 2004. It was nominated for three Juno Awards in 2005, and won two: Best Alternative Album and Best New Artist. A track from the album, "Inside and Out", was nominated as Single of the Year in the 2006 Juno Awards. In 2012, NOW Magazine ranked Let It Die at #4 on list of The 50 Best Toronto Albums Ever. Let It Die has attracted a significant international audience. The album was originally divided into original compositions on the first half and cover versions on the second, though a reissue later in 2004 added a further original composition as the penultimate track. Read more on Last.fm.

  • The Reminder (2007)
    1. So Sorry
    2. I Feel It All
    3. My Moon My Man
    4. The Park
    5. The Water
    6. Sealion
    7. Past in Present
    8. The Limit to Your Love
    9. 1234
    10. Brandy Alexander
    11. Intuition
    12. Honey Honey
    13. How My Heart Behaves

  • Metals (2011)
    1. The Bad in Each Other
    2. Graveyard
    3. Caught a Long Wind
    4. How Come You Never Go There
    5. A Commotion
    6. The Circle Married the Line
    7. Bittersweet Melodies
    8. Anti-Pioneer
    9. Undiscovered First
    10. Cicadas And Gulls
    11. Comfort Me
    12. Get It Wrong, Get It Right

    The How Come You Never Go There Songfacts reports that Feist won the 2012 Polaris Music Prize for Metals. The award goes to the best Canadian album of the year based on, "artistic merit without regard to genre, sales history or label affiliation." Read more on Last.fm.