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  1. Samujin Reply
    Marry Me is the debut studio album by American musician St. Vincent. It was released on July 10, , in the United States and on September 3, in the United Kingdom, through Beggars Banquet Records. The album is named after a running gag from the television show Arrested Development. As of , the album has sold an estimated amount of 30, copies.
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    Jul 27,  · Sidewoman to the stars (well, Sufjan Stevens and the Polyphonic Spree, at least) Annie Clark steps into the spotlight for her St. Vincent debut, with results so .
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    St. Vincent Marry Me The Apocalypse Song Wait I'll be swifter than the speed of light Carbon my body a billion years of time You wake with the stitches over both your eyes And deny me my body and all earthly delights It's time You are light I guess you .
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    Sep 07,  · St. Vincent - "The Apocalypse Song" A decade since its release, this gem off Clark's debut album Marry Me remains one of St. Vincent's most .
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    Marry Me is the debut studio album from Annie Clark, know by her more common moniker, St. Vincent. This debut is rock, pop, and all genres in between. At 43 minutes long, it is reasonably lengthy for only 11 tracks. Despite this long-ish run time, the songs don’t feel dragged .
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    Jul 10,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of Marry Me on Discogs/5(19).
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    Jul 10,  · After warming her chops with the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Polyphonic Spree, and the very respectable composer/musician Glenn Branca, Clark takes flight on her own as St. Vincent. The solid and impressive "Marry Me" billows and bows with saw-toothed guitars, swelling strings, grand pianos and playful background choirs, to name but a few musical.