Marry Me

St. Vincent - Marry Me
Critic Score
Based on 14 reviews
2007 Ratings: #127 / 668
User Score
Based on 298 ratings
2007 Ratings: #52
Liked by 4 people
July 10, 2007 / Release Date
LP / Format
Beggars Banquet / Label
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A.V. Club

Clark's debut, Marry Me, seduces with one hand and stabs with the other.

The Line of Best Fit

It soothes without being snoozy and offers a Pandora’s Box of busy musical sprites swirling over foundations of eclectic beats, silky orchestration, and soft creamy vocals that deliver words that can be sentimental or sarcastic.


Annie Clark steps into the spotlight for her St. Vincent debut, with results so inventive and impressive you wonder what took her so long.


It's an orchestral record for those who prefer the simplistic, a darker one for those who prefer theirs twee, love songs for the scorned and sad songs for the content, an engaging and alluring combination that makes Marry Me nearly irresistible, and one of the better indie pop albums that's come around for a long time.

Slant Magazine

Marry Me isn’t quite a religious experience, but it’s unequivocally divine.

The Skinny

Clark wisely decides to strike out on her own with Marry Me, a bold curveball of an album.

marry me, or, as i like to call it, i'm getting into earlier st. vincent to complete her discography

this is a really nice debut

favourites: honestly, all of them
least favourites: none
This debut is one of my fav. debuts, and honestly she keeps impressing me with every album i listen to, she never disappointing never.
I'm in love with her <3333
I want to get Married
BAND BINGE: St. Vincent
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Subdued vocals paired with pretty instrumentals comprise this album by the next artist that I’m binging, St. Vincent.

Marry Me is the debut studio album from Annie Clark, know by her more common moniker, St. Vincent. This 2007 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 out and don’t overstay their welcome. A great ... read more
#3 Your Lips Are Red, #4 Marry Me, #7 The Apocalypse Song
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Track List

  1. Now, Now 
  2. Jesus Saves, I Spend 
  3. Your Lips Are Red 
  4. Marry Me 
  5. Paris Is Burning 
  6. All My Stars Aligned 
  7. The Apocalypse Song 
  8. We Put A Pearl In The Ground 
  9. Landmines 
  10. Human Racing
  11. What Me Worry
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