"Finally, the Lords have released a album that lives up to and SURPASSES Lust. If you were able to get the copy of Pragamatic with the bonus cd you had a preview to this cd. GO GET THIS CD!"
My favorite Lords of Acid CD.
Stephen J. Dumont | 11/17/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Frankly, this is a superb CD. It showcases the Lords' wide-ranging talents. My favorite LoA song is also on this CD - Robotlove. It is hard to compare it to other LoA releases, but if I were forced to, I would say the style generally resembles that of "Lust". I highly recommend this CD."
What this is and why you should/shouldn't buy it.
deus diabolus | Wichita, KS | 09/23/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This has been brought up before, I'm sure, but here goes.A couple of years ago, there was a limited edition release available only through the LOA website. This was a collection of unreleased material, alternate versions, and B-sides. There were only 1,000 (I think) available, and they went REALLY, REALLY fast. Due to continued demand, the Lords decided to take pity on us and re-release the disc domestically a year later (I'm assuming it was authorized). This is that disc.If you really like Praga Khan (i.e. if you can name most of his projects INCLUDING THE METAL BAND...), you probably already have this. It's really more of a completist's thing than a fully realized album. If you mainly like the first two albums (or mainly the first one), this is probably not for you...although I would like to suggest that it's worth it for "Don't Kill For Love" (previously released on the CRABLOUSE maxi single). All that twisted techno and then...A COUNTRY SONG!?!?!?!? I hurt myself laughing.I think that's everything."
BACK ON TRACK....
deus diabolus | 01/09/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"While it cannot compare to "Lust," this is a worthy effort from LoA. Several tracks are off cue for the Lords or are so completely bizarre that listening is a chore - including "Don't Kill for Love," "Orchestral Sinsations," and the ballad "Feel So Alive." However, the sex and substance abuse theme lyrics of "She and Mr. Jones," "Acid Queen," and "Robot Love," along with the true techno rhythms of "Undress and Possess" prove that the Lords still can produce what their fans expect. This is not a must buy, but a good buy for LoA fans."