Lesbians On Ecstasy
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|Artist:||Lesbians On Ecstasy|
|Genre:||Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop|
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|3.||Tell Me Does She Love the Bass||4:52|
|4.||The Pleasure Principal||5:10|
|7.||Closer to the Dark||3:46|
|8.||Queens On Noise (Bring da Bunny)||4:20|
It sounds like the sort of high concept joke that's funny once — maybe. Lesbians on Ecstasy, as their name suggests, take feminist rock classics from the past and retool them for the modern-day dance floor. But their album doesn't just take the Olivia Records catalog in toto and put a house beat behind it; Lesbians on Ecstasy is more clever and subversive than that. Rather than actually covering these songs, the quartet takes elements from them and twists them in sly, suggestive new directions: k.d. lang's torchy classic "Constant Craving" turns into the ironic Laibach-style industrial stomp of "Kundstant Kroving," for example, and the Parachute Club's cheerleading "Rise Up" becomes the suggestively throbbing "Parachute Clubbing." The best of the lot is the creepy-sexy S/M take on Rough Trade's sexual politics primer "High School Confidential." Provocative on a level somewhere between, say, Le Tigre and Peaches, Lesbians on Ecstasy have created a noisy, gleefully sloppy brand of dance-punk with brains and humor.