Thank Heaven for Little Girls is an album by Dwarves released via Sub Pop in February 1992. This album never charted.
Lyricism of Thank Heaven for Little Girls ranges from the macabre deaths of young ladies of the night in "Blag the Ripper" (inspired by the historical Jack the Ripper), to befriending Satan in "Satan," and to general selfishness in "Anybody But Me." The song title of "Dairy Queen" is inspired by being stranded at a local Dairy Queen restaurant in Missouri.
1. Satan 2. Speed Demon Intro 3. Speed Demon 4. Blood Brothers Revenge 5. Blag The Ripper 6. Lucky Tonight 7. Who's Fucking Who 8. Fuck 'Em All 9. Anybody But Me 10. Three Seconds 11. Fuck Around 12. Dairy Queen 13. The Scum Also Rises promo (unreleased Dwarves movie) 14. Jonney Glue 15. Anybody Out There 16. Evil Primeval 17. Reputation 18. Lies 19. Saturday Night 20. New Orleans 21. Action Man 22. Smack City 23. Cain Novacaine 24. Underworld 25. Wish That I was Dead 26. Gash Wagon (Blood,Guts and Pussy vinyl only track)
Reissued on cd in 1999 with the album "Sugarfix".Even though the cover says 24 tracks it is actually 26 tracks on this cd.
David Sprague of Trouser Press described the album as a "water-treading" release, and noted the band's shift to a metal-punk sound. Mark Prindle commented on the increased influence of 1960s garage rock. Matt Carlson of Allmusic stated that the album "reins in the disgust of Blood Guts & Pussy, as the Dwarves kick back for a celebration of pure evil".