Turbonegro is not a long-lost Chris Rock movie, nor is it one of Old Dirty Bastard's numerous alter egos. But the Norwegian glampunk unit is responsible for one of the year's more memorable releases, Scandinavian Leather. Equal parts oily punk and glitter-flake metal, Leather is crammed with boisterous odes to bad drugs, good rock and ... ass fucking. Those who were put off by the album's suggestive nature must have missed the 'Negro's bawdy 1996 effort, Apocalypse Dudes, which featured delicate sonnets such as "Rendezvous With Anus" and "Good Head." The group, which has amassed a sizable cult following in Europe, is now aiming for American shores. This involves heavy touring, a sage strategy given that Turbonegro puts on a swishbuckling live show that's so absurdly over the top it makes Poison look like the denim-clad dads in Widespread Panic.