Hear You Me! A Tribute To Mykel And Carli is a compilation album released in 1998 on Vast Records.
When Mykel and Carli Allan died, a tribute and benefit concert was organized to help the Allan family with the funeral costs. The show featured friends of the Allan sisters that dog., Black Market Flowers, and was headlined by Weezer. The show was held at the Palace Theater in Hollywood on August 15, 1997.
The concert, in turn, inspired the album, which was conceived as both a further tribute and benefit for the Allan family. The album contained mostly rare or unreleased tracks by bands that were friends or acquaintances of the sisters, or who simply wanted to help out.
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