Download links and information about Marry Me by St. Vincent. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Pop, Alternative, Indie genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 43:38 minutes.
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|2.||Jesus Saves, I Spend||3:56|
|3.||Your Lips Are Red||4:41|
|5.||Paris Is Burning||4:20|
|6.||All My Stars Aligned||3:47|
|7.||The Apocalypse Song||3:47|
|8.||We Put A Pearl In The Ground||1:10|
|11.||What Me Worry||3:56|
From the warbly, wobbly opening of “Now, Now,” it’s apparent that multi-instrumentalist and singer Annie Clark is serving up something unusual. 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 directions taken here. An undercurrent of contemporary classical ethos runs through much of the set — with echoes of jazz and cabaret — showing a skilled and disciplined musician at work, driven perhaps by cinematic visions or prolific daydreaming. Clark’s voice is a treasure, favoring a straightforward, completely unadorned delivery (no trace of reverb here!), accompanied by a clear-eyed, unblinking stare. Singing “Marry me John, I’ll be so good to you,” Clark manages something just short of a command; it’s a solid promise, a bit of a threat, and nothing like a plea.