Press or Say Three (Your Call is Important to Us)

from by Marian Call

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    ***> This double album includes two compact discs in a carbon-neutral digipak made from post-consumer recycled materials. It has 4 panels and includes a 16-page book of lyrics, along with gorgeous photos by Brian Adams ( and illustrations by Karen Luke Fildes (

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    Includes unlimited streaming of Something Fierce via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Also known as "I Hate You." Inspired by Windows Vista and Windows Bob, as well as a number of other frustrating encounters with customer service with respect to technology.


It sounds nice on your planet; I'll visit sometime
Rolling waves, pretty sunsets -- I'll visit sometime
I'll pack all my problems -- I'll leave them with you
And when I get home, with a tan, scrubbed in sand,
No more blood on my hands, I'll know just what to do

Darling I hate you
And I thought that you should know

I want to damage your calm, want to undo your smile
Let me loathe you awhile, let me loathe you awhile
It may not be your fault, I'm sure you meant very well
But I cannot get mad, no I cannot raise hell
When it's really the cat or the car or the weather or web or the flu
There's just you
And for right now
You will do

It sounds nice on your planet; please send my regards
With a smile and a slow wave, please send my regards
Do warn your connections when you mean to come home
So I can prepare for the welcome I've planned,
Rusty pitchfork in hand, a few tricks of my own

Oh Darling, I hate you
And I wanted you to know


from Something Fierce, released October 1, 2011
Jordan Shindle, guitar
Scott Barkan, bass
Colter Lemons, drums
Paul Pew, piano
David Pew, accordion
Cameron Cartland, congas, cabasa, shekere, triangle, cuica
Brian Adams, Hasselblad
Marian Call, rainstick



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Marian Call Alaska

Marian Call loves making music for you. She sounds a little like Joni Mitchell meets They Might Be Giants & Regina Spektor for bourbon & laughs. She hails from Alaska but can often be found touring North America and Europe, and she lives on Twitter. Her songs are quirky, geeky, eclectic acoustic confections that taste like vanilla-cinnamon-chipotle something. ... more

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