13 Songs, 59 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

Tim from STL ,

DFD :)

Total cream corn. Praise be to Ralph. Sweet nothings whispers in your ears. Tastes so Sweet is super dope. End of the Road takes you places. Jason Stepp is one cool dude.

DamienRose ,

An Obsidian Gem Among Hard Rock

As others have mentioned, Todd Smith is absolutely one of the most talented front men in music today. The pervasive darkness and scathing brutality of his lyrical content may keep his works from being appreciated on a grander scale, but this is also why so many are fans of this unrelenting sound. “Sweet Nothings” is another amazing entry into the Dog Fashion Disco catalog. The introductory track Greta sets the unsettled tone of a dark jazz club in a seedy part of town followed quickly with the aggressive and politically-charged War Party. DFD exercises the full scale of their talent with unique tracks like Envy the Vultures, Pale Horse, and the acoustic-driven End of the Road (which harkens back to Desert Grave from their previous album Adultery). If you are looking for unconventional, creative, hard rock that simultaneously relishes and satirizes the noir underbelly of human nature, there is no better man to lead you through this journey of insanity than Todd Smith. Sweet Nothings is outstanding, as is everything he has done under the various monikers of Dog Fashion Disco, Polkadot Cadaver, El Creepo, and Knives Out.

grd22 ,


Good album, not great. I wish there was heavier stuff like "War Party", but that one song is easily worth the ten bucks…hell, i’d pay $20 bucks for that song. "Scarlet Fever" is really good and so is "Tastes so Sweet”…but WAR PARTY IS THE BEST SONG EVER!!!!

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