The First Line (album)

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The First Line
Studio album by Marcellus Hall
Released February 2011 (February 2011)
Genre Garage Folk
Length 48:49
Label Glacial Pace
Producer Marcellus Hall
Marcellus Hall chronology
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The First Line is a 2011 album by Marcellus Hall. It is his first full-length album and was released under the Glacial Pace label.[1] The album, which includes a booklet of drawings by Marcellus, has been compared to the likes of Robyn Hitchcock. His drawing work is well-known and the covers of The New Yorker and Time magazines are in his repertoire.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The First Line"   Marcellus Hall  
2. "Star Position"   Marcellus Hall  
3. "Neon, Not The Night"      
4. "Laughing With You"   Marcellus Hall  
5. "It's My Life"   Marcellus Hall  
6. "Don't Go"      
7. "During The War"      
8. "One Drop Of Rain"   Marcellus Hall  
9. "Back Where I Started"      
10. "Broken Phone"   Marcellus Hall  
11. "When You Can"      
12. "Wishing My Heart Was Stone"   Marcellus Hall  
13. "One Of Us"      



  1. ^ "Marcellus Hall - The First Line (CD, Album) at Discogs". Retrieved 2014-02-20. 
  2. ^ Retrieved May 16, 2012.  Missing or empty |title= (help)[dead link]
  3. ^ "Glacial Pace Recordings — Music - Marcellus Hall - The First Line". Retrieved 2014-02-20.