Dishes, the / 3
Album: 3   Collection:General
Artist:Dishes, the   Added:Dec 2003
Label:File 13  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-01-19 Pull Date: 2004-03-22
Week Ending: Mar 14 Mar 7 Feb 29 Feb 22 Feb 15 Feb 8 Feb 1 Jan 25
Airplays: 1 2 3 2 1 2 7 8

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 15, 2010: Value Machine
Use Your Arms
4. Sep 27, 2004: Cleanup on Aisle Goodbye
Use Your Arms
2. Dec 15, 2004: Pirate Love
Use Your Arms
5. Jul 19, 2004: Cleanup on Aisle You
Use Your Arms
3. Nov 24, 2004: Mr Sparkle Challenge... from a Yellow Submarine
Use Your Arms
6. Mar 10, 2004: Beware the Ides of March...
Action Woman

Album Review
Elias (Dr Furious)
Reviewed 2004-01-05
Oh Yeah! In case you missed the first excellent Dishes CD (1-2), here’s your chance to catch up. This noisy punk/post-punk 3-girl/1-guy band hails from Chicago. Their sound represents a unique marriage of 60s-influenced psych-garage and grrrl-powered post-punk. The Dishes are SO good and their sound SO contemporary, they are to be talked (and be heard) under the same breath with the Gossip, the Bangs, the Pattern, the Quails, Sleater Kinney and the Von Bondies. Experience it for yourself and see what I mean. Excellent stuff.
Play: 6, 1, 7, 10, 3
1. A 10 min epos of punk and psychedelic noise. Awesome!
2. Nice fuzzy garage lead. The vox are a bit annoying.
3. I like the “yeah-yeah” and bass, handclap bridge. Very 60s garage psych. Nice!
4. Bouncy rocker. Nice bass. Nice tampourine.
5. Thick guitar line, ferocious vox, angular guitar solos. The Von Bondies come in mind
6. Fuck yeah! A cover of the classic 60s psych garage-punk gem by the Litter.
7. Dissonant leads. This reminds of Sleater Kinney… A LOT.
8. Steady neurotic tempo. Edgy and slashy
9. Mid tempo guitar chops. Nice psych organ.
10. Simple garage punk-rocker. Masculine vox. Love the guitar leads.

Track Listing
1. Got Something to Tell You   6. Action Woman
2. I'm a Man   7. Bones & Plastic
3. Use Your Arms   8. Hot Wired
4. Hole in Your Head   9. At Your Fingers
5. Flim Flam   10. Blow Me Up