It's been more than a decade since Praga Khan dropped a proper Lords of Acid release, and in that time the Belgian electro-industrial mastermind has learned some new tricks on how to deliver his message of fuck. It often works brilliantly. "Slip N Slide" sways like nothing the outfit has attempted before — think the Raveonettes if Sharin Foo sang about being a nymphomaniac (which will probably never happen). Singer Mea Fisher — better known as DJ Mea, the first American singer to front the group on record — has no problem with it, though, doing bad-girl sultriness quite well. "Drowning in Ecstasy" — with throbbing beats, backing moans, and requisite blunt erotic lyricism — is a textbook Lords of Acid track. Dope guitarist Virus sprinkles some industrial dust everywhere, particularly on "Children of Acid," but mostly succumbs to explicit banality. Pornstar Alana Evans guest vocals on the not-so-subtle "Pop That Tooshie," while "Surfin' Hedgehog" is about having a crush on Ron Jeremy. Single "Little Mighty Rabbit"? It's an ode to the Rabbit Vibrator. And, for good measure, "Head Perv" Khan apes Big Brother and the Holding Company's R. Crumb Cheap Thrills cover art with an X-rated slant.