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Dishwalla ist eine Alternative Rock-Gruppe aus Santa Barbara, Kalifornien.
Der Name der Band kommt von der indischen Bezeichnung für eine Person, die illegal Satellitensignale benutzt und diese dann weiter verbreitet.


Dishwalla wurde 1994 mit J.R. Richards, Rodney Browning, George Pendergast und Scot Alexander gegründet. Ihre erste Single Counting Blue Cars wurde 1996 veröffentlicht und stieg rasch in den…

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  • I don't like the new singer :'( (2)
  • Wow, how come I didn't hear this great music before. Very good stuff!
  • I don't like the new singer :'(
  • "ANgel or Devil " Forever <33
  • great band, ótimas músicas
  • It doesn't necessarily mean they're bad. There are several bands with tremendous talent who have never had any hits.
  • Hey, I just meant that the term "one-hit wonder" itself implies some kind of negative connotation, like the band was able to write only one decent song which became a hit, and the other stuff of theirs is far from good. Can't say for sure, but that's the way most people think, I guess. Yeah, they weren't the "kings of 90's", that's true, but they don't deserve to be called a one-hit wonder in the common sense of the word - that's my point.
  • "Pet Your Friends is the debut album by American alternative rock band Dishwalla. It was released in 1995 on A&M Records. The album produced the hit single "Counting Blue Cars" (the third single off the album and only one to gain widespread success), which was a Top 40 favorite. However, the song also caused the group to gain somewhat of a one-hit wonder status because of it." :|
  • They had one hit.... What do you think a one-hit wonder is?
  • I don't think you shoud call a band a one-hit wonder based on how much airplay they got. There's more to Dishwalla than "Counting Blue Cars", man, there's much more than that.

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