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Counting Blue Cars - Dishwalla - Pet Your Friends (CD, Album)

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  1. DISHWALLA: The platinum selling, award winning band with a career spanning over 2 decades and 5 oglagaresursaddchatgoldmassoalalnea.xyzinfo A&M released Dishwalla’s debut album, Pet Your Friends, it lit up the airwaves in with their edgy smash-hit single Counting Blue Cars. With a gritty attitude and edgy musicianship reminiscent of past musical legends, Dishwalla’s Alt-Rock sound was enough for music fans to crown.
  2. album. Pet Your Friends Dishwalla. 11 songs (49 minutes) Released on August 22, My Songs; Unlimited; 1. Pretty Babies: 2. Haze: 3. Counting Blue Cars (Tell Me Your Thoughts On God) 4. Explode: 5. Charlie Brown's Parents: 6. Listen to your favorite songs from Pet Your Friends by Dishwalla Now. Stream.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Pet Your Friends on Discogs.
  4. Counting Blue Cars" is a song by the alternative rock band Dishwalla that appears on their album Pet Your Friends. It was Dishwalla's only hit song, making it onto the Billboard Hot in through A&M Records. The song is recognizable by the line in the chorus, "Tell me all your thoughts on God ('cause I'd really like to meet her)".
  5. Pet Your Friends Wikipedia article Album by Dishwalla. Pretty Babies Haze Counting Blue Cars Explode Charlie Brown's Parents Give Miss Emma Peel Moisture The Feeder All She Can See Only For So Long Bonus Track External links Amazon: buy Pet Your Friends oglagaresursaddchatgoldmassoalalnea.xyzinfo: search for Dishwalla • Pet Your Friends iTunes: buy Pet Your Friends AllMusic: Pet Your Friends Discogs: Pet Your Friends.
  6. Pet Your Friends, an Album by Dishwalla. Released 22 August on A&M (catalog no. CD ; CD). Genres: Post-Grunge, Alternative Rock.
  7. Pet Your Friends is the debut album by American alternative rock band Dishwalla. It was released in on A&M Records. The album produced the hit single "Counting Blue Cars", which was a Top 40 /5(16).
  8. In mid, Dishwalla's "Counting Blue Cars" was one of the most overplayed songs of the summer. It was a melodic masterpiece of passion for radio fans and powerful in making the bandmembers into international superstars. And You Think You Know What Life's About () didn't fare as well, but the band's third effort, Opaline, marks a return to form: heavy guitar work layered over J.R.

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