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Product Description

Lords of Acid, the Belgian electro-industrial-techno
outfit fronted by the legendary Praga Khan, has
returned with Deep Chills, the outfit s first new
album in 12 years. Khan & longtime collaborator
Erhan Kurkun (music and arrangements) follow up
the smash success of the comeback single Little
Mighty Rabbit with an all-new sonic orgy. From the
Our Little Secret-era bounce of Pop That Tooshie
to the driven, acid-house-flavored, anthemic beats
of Children of Acid and the elecro-rock vibe
of Love Bus, Deep Chills offers an innovative,
updated take on the deviant sounds that make
Lords of Acid so loved.
Not ones to shy away from a little experimentation,
Khan and Co. expand their musical repertoire in all
sorts of interesting directions. The surf rock and
punk flavored Surfin Hedgehog will have you
singing along instantly. The alt-country tinged Slip
N Slide answers the question What if Cowboy
Junkies wrote really, really dirty songs? The track
Paranormal Activity features guest vocals by Zak
Bagans (TV Host/Producer for Ghost Adventures and
Paranormal Challenge, NY Times best-selling author
of Dark World) and blends dark, menacing, stabbing
trip-hop, haunting synths, and classic Lords of Acid
grooves. Now, despite numerous lineup changes,
world tours, over 2.5 million album sales, and every
possible point of crisis and conflict a band can face,
Lords of Acid returns with a new crew of deviants,
dilettantes, and sonically transmitted diseases.


A spectacularly tight, well-structured, and wild
ride that manages to sound like something entirely
new while still delivering the Lords of Acid you ve
loved all these years. --Coma Music
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 10, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metropolis Records
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,445 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Darkest Jack on April 10, 2012
Format: Audio CD
It is my pleasure to announce that after a decade of relative silence, Lords of Acid are back with their new album Deep Chills. Listening to this album proves that LoA have not missed a beat over the years. In fact they have taken that beat to new playgrounds. While staying true to their signature sound they take the opportunity with Deep Chills to experiment and see how Lords would mesh with many other musical styles. The musical experimentation here reminds me of the Beastie Boys experimental album Paul's Boutique. What are the results of the Acid tests here? An album that shows the brilliance of Praga Khan transcending boundaries into a wide rage of catchy riffs, beats, humor, and kink. In short, a strange trip that is worth more then the price of admission.

Let's start with the songs that scream Lords Of Acid. Little Mighty Rabbit and Pop That Tooshie are what comes to mind when you think of this band. Songs that drip with sex with a beat that shakes the dance floor or vibrates the mattress. Dirty lyrics that walk the line of pure comedy and erotic with music that pops. Then there are the tracks that take that eroticism to a darker place. The music here is still ripe with a driving beat but slower and harsher. Drowning in Ecstasy explores the female orgasm, and Sole Sucker deals with foot fetish and domination. While Hot Magma is deep and rough, and then we have Long Johns, about a tranny, that combines a darker beat with lighter lyrics. There is a song here for just about any mood or fetish you're into.

There are three songs that really focus on the music and what I would classify as serious songs. Censorship Blows deals with the growing problem of censorship that is going on, especially on-line. The style reminds me of KMFDM.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Nathan Chamberlain on April 10, 2012
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Yeah, I know, that line is from Lust but it certainly fits. LOA are back and at the top of their game. Again, Praga and his henchmen and woman bring us another album to appall and shock. From the first track to the last, we get true LOA. Farstucker was a far cry from the groups genius of Lust and Voodoo U but I honestly have to say that this CD is a mixture of both with a tiny bit of OLS thrown in. If you wished the Lords to go back to their roots, than your wish has been granted. Long live Jahmbi!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paradiso on April 19, 2012
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I absolutely delighted that LoA are back in business, and possibly even better than before. After 10 years of hiatus, I thought LoA were surely done, but the Lords don't go done that easily! This CD fantastic, I'm so happy and relieved that LoA stuck to their true style. The electric/techno genre of this CD, not to mention the amazing bass, is going to have these songs going through your head all day long. Personal favorites are 'Drowning in Ecstasy', 'Pop That Tooshie', 'Children of Acid', 'Little Mighty Rabbit', 'Long Johns', and 'Sole Sucker'.

Really hoping to see more releases from this band in the near future!!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shane Windham on April 25, 2012
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Two things are going to be obvious to any fan straight away:
This album is clearly aimed at being fun from beginning to end,
and this is unmistakably the same Lords Of Acid you've always known and loved.
If you're new to the band, then this is a perfect place to start.
Track by track, the album is very easy to jump into at any moment.
Most of the heavy/hard rock vibes from the group's last album "Farstucker"
have been discarded in favor of the mainline techno which made
their early releases so popular.
While you'll find sound elements from almost all of their outings present here,
the two albums most similar to this one would be "Lust" and "Our Little Secret".
If you know this band at all, then you know what a relief that is;
especially after a 10+ year wait for this release.
Generally, with a wait that long, your hopes are just too high
for even solid albums to feel as impressive as they otherwise would be.
But that isn't the case here.
This album is exactly what fans have been hoping for, and more.
One of the most shamelessly fun listening experiences I've had in recent years.
Very highly recommended!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Music Reviewer, 99 on May 1, 2012
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Okay, so Lords of Acid never cease to amaze me. With grinding club beats and thumping bass, you can see why. It's almost like their music is club certified and is guarenteed to make you jump. This album isn't a departure from form or completely different and when it comes to Lords of Acid thats a good thing. Everything they do is almost like a acid trip. From the wavy sounds and boombastic lyrics of I Must Increse My Bust to the almost metalish, hard rock Dirty Willy. You are most definitely missing out, if you have never heard a classic lords album. This is almost classic except it sounds more modern and thats a good thing in this album. We come to this and I can already tell that this like every other Lords of Acid album will be grossly underrated, and thats a shame because they most certainly do things that set them apart when it comes to dance and electronica.

Little Mighty Rabbit: A throbbing dance club song about a girl's love for her (female toy) it starts out with almost a elastic sound to it with deep bass (thats not too deep it gives you a headache), then goes with snazzy lyrics that really fit the tone of the song. Lords of Acid almost always come up with lyrics that have you going, "Where did they come up with that". And this song is no exception, no skipping this one: 10/10

Drowning in Ecstasy: Creepy beat that is reminscent of Spank My Booty (Our Little Secret) and I Sit On Acid (Lust). It's really good in that its catchy and really just a staple to the album, another one you really shouldnt skip. Just comes off as super dancy and really fun. DJ Mea again delivers a knockout performance as she delivers raspy vocals: 9/10

Long Johns: A song about a girl's crossdressing boyfriend, really fun and cool.
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