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Lords of Acid

Lords of Acid
DJ Mea and Praga Khan (right) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, during their 2011 Sonicangel tour.
Background information
Origin Antwerp, Belgium
Genres Industrial, techno, acid house, hardcore, New Beat, rave
Years active 1988–present
Labels Lektroland, Metropolis Records, dpulse Recordings, American Recordings, Caroline Records
Associated acts Jade 4U, The Immortals, Channel X, 101
Members Praga Khan
Murv Douglas
Mea Fisher
Andre Karkos
Kirk Salvador
Past members Olivier Adams
Ludo Camberlin
Wim Daans
Kurt Liekens
Ruth McArdle
Deborah Ostrega
Nikkie Van Lierop

Lords of Acid is a Expand Your Head (1999). In 2000 they released a more rock-influenced album titled Farstucker and in 2003, after being in the business for fifteen years, released a greatest hits album called Greatest T*ts.

Their fans formed an online community called the Children of Acid.

In 2010, after almost ten years without a release, Praga Khan announced a new EP, Little Mighty Rabbit, was in the works with a September 2011 release date.[1] Their latest album Deep Chills was released on 10 April 2012. Tracks on the album included "Children of Acid", "Paranormal Energy" with Zak Bagans, and "Pop That Tooshie" with Alana Evans.[2]

In October 2013, Lords of Acid announced on their social media accounts that a new album was in the works.[3][4]

Lords of Acid's soundtrack credits include Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Sliver, Strange Days, Bad Lieutenant, Paparazzi, Virtuosity and Sucker Punch.


  • Band members 1
  • Further information 2
  • Discography 3
  • Timeline 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Band members

Current members
Key former members
  • Olivier Adams – synthesizers and programming, drums, vocals
  • Ludo Camberlin (aka Carl S. Johansen) – guitars, synthesizers and programming
  • Ruth McArdle (aka Lady Galore and Cherrie Blue) – vocals on Voodoo-U
  • Deborah Ostrega – lead vocals on Farstucker and Private Parts
  • Nikkie Van Lierop (aka Jade 4U and Darling Nikkie) – lead vocals, synthesizers and programming
Other contributors
  • Zak Bagans – guest vocals[6]
  • Hans Bruyninckx (aka Hans-X) – bass
  • Lacey Conner – live vocals (Sextreme Ball Tour)
  • Wim Daans (aka Shai de la Luna) – live synthesizers and programming
  • Natalie Delaet – live vocals, dancer
  • Glenn Engelen – music and arrangements
  • Alana Evans – guest vocals
  • Erhan Kurkun – guitars, music and arrangements
  • Kurt Liekens (aka Kurt McGuinness) – drums and electronic percussion
  • Tejo De Roeck (aka Tej-Doo) – additional synthesizers and programming
  • Sin Quirin – live guitars (Sextreme Ball Tour)
  • Inja Van Gastel – live vocals, synthesizers, dancer

Further information

Olivier Adams and Praga Khan are also known for their work on Mortal Kombat: The Album, based on the controversial video game performing as The Immortals.[7] Jade 4U provided backing vocals on the track "Kano (Use Your Might)".

Lords of Acid also performed under the pseudonyms Channel X, Digital Orgasm and 101, with a less sex-based and more rave-influenced sound.[8]

Lords of Acid made a cameo appearance in an adult pornographic film 54, performing "Finger Lickin' Good", "Stripper" and "Stoned on Love Again".

Lords of Acid has also explored various other genres of music such as hip hop and R&B, disco, rap, pop, jazz, Latin, reggae, folk and country.[9]

Although being named the "Queen of New Beat", Jade 4U had expressed her distaste for the genre in the beginning.[10]

Mea Fisher was a contestant on the stunt/dare reality game show Fear Factor.




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  2. ^ Metropolis Mail-Order // Deep Chills. Retrieved on 2012-05-09.
  3. ^
  4. ^
  5. ^!/RealLordsOfAcid/status/25555847664902144
  6. ^ Zak Bagans: Demon Hunter, Author, & Vocalist??. Affairs Magazine (2011-08-16). Retrieved on 2012-05-09.
  7. ^ Immortals, The - Mortal Kombat (CD) at Discogs. Retrieved on 2012-05-09.
  8. ^ Digital Orgasm Discography at Discogs. Retrieved on 2012-05-09.
  9. ^ Discogs. Discogs. Retrieved on 2013-02-06.
  10. ^ What happened to Jade 4U and CJ Bolland Part 1. YouTube (2009-11-17). Retrieved on 2012-05-09.

External links

  • Lords of Acid Website
  • Children of Acid Website
  • Lords of Acid on Discogs
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