The group's 2003 debut, Hello Doctor, was a smutty, slutty, fun-loving romp through a panoply of clunky beats and messy sexual scenarios that harnessed the most rudimentary strains of vintage rap, '80s synthpop, and lo-fi indie aesthetics. Its brand-new release is a dance-floor-aimed 12-inch vinyl single called Ghost Boobs, the title track being a sordid account of lead singer Chunx and her catastrophic loss of breast mass after going on a diet, resulting in the mammary-centered equivalent of phantom-limb syndrome. Later, on "Stop the Wedding," Chunx asks, "Does anyone object to this matrimony?/I always wanted a piece of that fried baloney." If you're looking for a hot night of sweat, sleaze, and sore muscles, hop on board the Train.
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