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They'll Only Miss You When You Leave: Songs 1996 - 2003

Carissa's Wierd

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Outside of the Pacific Northwest, Carissa’s Wierd are probably best known as the group that spawned Band of Horses. Mat Brooke, Jenn Ghetto, and their rotating lineup of backup musicians were once the toast of Seattle, though, celebrated for their sparse indie rock sound and unpredictable stage shows. Indie rock has changed quite a bit since the band’s heyday -- it’s become louder, harder, and more indebted to the crowded dancefloor than the quiet bedroom -- but the legacy of Carissa’s Wierd still burns brightly in Seattle, prompting the local label Hardly Art to issue this compilation of the band’s work. They'll Only Miss You When You Leave: Songs 1996-2003 serves several purposes: it cobbles together a number of hushed, quietly orchestral songs that have long since gone out of print; it honors a band that never quite received the recognition it deserved; and it introduces the rest of the country to one of Seattle’s best-kept secrets. With tracks taken from all three of the band’s full-length albums (as well as previously released compilations like I Before E and Scrap Book), this album covers a lot of ground. Carissa’s Wierd were a consistent band, though -- despite their rotating lineup, Brooke and Ghetto always seemed to play their songs with whispered energy, as though they were afraid of waking the neighbors -- and They'll Only Miss You When You Leave is surprisingly cohesive as a result.
© Andrew Leahey /TiVo

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1
Low Budget Slow Motion Soundtrack Song for the Leaving Scene
00:05:00

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

2
Die
00:05:17

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

3
The Color that your Eyes Changed with the Color of Your Hair
00:05:23

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

4
One Night Stand
00:04:33

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

5
You Should Be Hated Here
00:02:37

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

6
Drunk with the Only Saints I Know
00:03:00

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

7
Phantom Fireworks
00:05:30

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

8
So You Wanna Be A Superhero
00:03:39

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

9
Brooke Daniels' Tiny Broken Fingers
00:03:14

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

10
Ignorant Piece of Shit
00:03:15

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

11
Blessed Arms that Hold You Tight, Freezing Cold and Alone
00:05:27

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

12
Blue Champagne Glass
00:04:46

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

13
September Come Take this Heart Away
00:06:29

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

14
All Apologies and Smiles, Yours Truely, Ugly Valentine
00:02:47

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

15
Sympathy Bush
00:05:01

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

16
They'll Only Miss You When You Leave
00:04:46

Carissa's Wierd, MainArtist

© 2010, Hardly Art ℗ 2010, Hardly Art

Album Description

Outside of the Pacific Northwest, Carissa’s Wierd are probably best known as the group that spawned Band of Horses. Mat Brooke, Jenn Ghetto, and their rotating lineup of backup musicians were once the toast of Seattle, though, celebrated for their sparse indie rock sound and unpredictable stage shows. Indie rock has changed quite a bit since the band’s heyday -- it’s become louder, harder, and more indebted to the crowded dancefloor than the quiet bedroom -- but the legacy of Carissa’s Wierd still burns brightly in Seattle, prompting the local label Hardly Art to issue this compilation of the band’s work. They'll Only Miss You When You Leave: Songs 1996-2003 serves several purposes: it cobbles together a number of hushed, quietly orchestral songs that have long since gone out of print; it honors a band that never quite received the recognition it deserved; and it introduces the rest of the country to one of Seattle’s best-kept secrets. With tracks taken from all three of the band’s full-length albums (as well as previously released compilations like I Before E and Scrap Book), this album covers a lot of ground. Carissa’s Wierd were a consistent band, though -- despite their rotating lineup, Brooke and Ghetto always seemed to play their songs with whispered energy, as though they were afraid of waking the neighbors -- and They'll Only Miss You When You Leave is surprisingly cohesive as a result.
© Andrew Leahey /TiVo

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