***"Cruella Deville meets Mary Poppins meets Kate Bush" is how Austin, Texas-based band The Tuna Helpers have been described, and it's pretty darned accurate. Adrienne the Anemone and Bethany the Baracuda are the "odd yet delightful" sisters who form the basis of a trio, rounded out by their similarly odd and delightful long lost sister Khattie the Katfish. At times I'll Have What She's Having is like a doll come to life, singing with an operatic voice, and teaching the waltz to sparse drum beats on broken toys, backed up by an orchestra, harpsichords, clavinets and choirs. With the production duties handled by Trey Spruance of the Secret Chiefs 3, all private mythologies come across vividly from the Tuna Helpers' dream world and right into your speakers. The Tuna Helpers visually dazzle audiences with puppet shows and American Sign Language. In a tapestry of gothic styling, they weave the doctrines of girly power, gross-out contests and sophisticated musical achievement into what they hope will become your favorite doll.