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When you are on the make as often as the guys in Pansy Division are, it’s easy to confuse love, lust, and plain old bad decision-making (just ask Liz Phair). So it’s a credit to the band’s relative maturity and considerable pop-smarts that the heat-seeking melodies on their latest, Wish I’d Taken Pictures, are fueled more by romantic regret than the puerile sense of humor that helped turn Green Day into PD fans. Not that Pansy Division has outgrown its healthy fascination with penises (see “Dick of Death” and “Pee Shy”), but I’d argue that the horny-and-proud Pansies deal with their hard-ons a lot more gracefully than the guys in Zeppelin ever did. Dead as Dillinger and the Rejects open at 9 p.m. at the Black Cat, 1831 14th St. NW. $6. (202) 667-7960.CP