It's a great record, and great-looking, too, reissued last year (with the bonus track "Promises, Promises") by the Memphis label Wrecked 'Em Wreckords, run by Funhouse associate and ex-Fort Sanders resident Michael Condon.
In case you don't remember, the Pink Sexies (the indomitable frontman Hamo Banham, guitarist Fred Rascoe, bassist Bill DeLeonardis, and drummer Jason Stark) were something of a live phenomenon in 2001/2002, known for a raucous show that obliterated the fourth wall separating performers and audience. They broke up around 2003. Here's a link to a profile I wrote of the band a few years ago; you can hear a few songs from their last record, Rock 'n' Roll Mustache Ride, at the Wrecked 'Em site.
Condon's shipment also included CDs from the Angel Sluts and Flesh Vehicle (led by Superdrag bassist Tom Pappas and featuring Mark Robertson from Th' Legendary Shack Shakers and Steve Latanation, who used to play drums for SoCal skatecore band Agent Orange), who'll be playing at 4620 Reinvented on Saturday, Oct. 24.