The lead single, "Boozophilia," is a South Philly party-anthem call to arms, with Jerry Lee piano giving way to '70s blooze-rock guitar solos and a buy-the-bar-a-round chorus. "Scoliosis in Secaucus" is a low-class portrait that sets its scene with this: "I feel like a slimeball baby just for telling you these things/Gotta get my mind out of the gutter/I watched you strip and I was waiting in the wings/The saddest faces staring at each other." The comic piano-bar lament "(No More) Wet T-Shirt Contests" promises — threatens? — a looming Christian phase.
Low Cut Connie play the Hi-Tone Café on Wednesday, December 12th, with Anne Schorr and Significant Others. Doors open at 8 p.m. Admission is $10.