In 1990, dirty-filthy-nasty booty rap was public enemy #1 as well as a lightning rod for First Amendment fights. The owner of Hogwild Records made national news when the vice squad arrested him for selling a 2 Live Crew album. Times sure have changed. Even if you offered a free breakfast at Pig Stand, you probably won’t get the police to show up here. But we know you will. $20, 8pm, Revolution Room, 8123 Broadway., (210) 320-4567.