The First Line (album)
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|The First Line|
|Studio album by 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. 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.
|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|
|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"|
- "Marcellus Hall - The First Line (CD, Album) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2014-02-20.
- http://wnew.radio.com/2011/03/02/new-rock-records-marcellus-halls-the-first-line/. Retrieved May 16, 2012. Missing or empty
- "Glacial Pace Recordings — Music - Marcellus Hall - The First Line". Store.glacialpace.com. Retrieved 2014-02-20.