The single, “Piece of My Heart,” begins with a flurry of news clips, announcing the murder of John Lennon and the deaths of Freddie Mercury and Liberace from AIDS-related complications. Two songs produced by Adam Schwarz inject ragged, club-music-tinged, party-my-pain-away joy into the album. “Click, Pow,” featuring Rye Rye, and “Fake Girls,” a nod to drag-queen club legend Miss Tony, parody knock-off-rocking fashionistas, and explicitly tie club music to the gay, underground Ball culture. “High School” addresses bullying and eerily sympathizes with school shooters. Imagine, if you can, a rap record ready for an expressive, theatrical production by the Cockettes that nevertheless knocks good and proper.