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Album Review

The Lords of Acid are feeling good vibrations on the Little Mighty Rabbit EP, thanks to the "shiny g-spot manipulator" hailed on the title track. Goth dancefloors haven't received such a buzz-worthy number since Interactive's "Dildo," but this isn't that kind of dark techno as the Lords move into My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult territory here with an electro-burlesque style. Remixes, for the most part, refer to the strict thump and pump of the band's early years, while the B-side "Drowning in Ecstasy" splits the difference with dominatrix vocals sternly delivered over rave-era keyboards. Not the group's high point, although independent women and the cast of Sex in the City may disagree.

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Brussels, Belgium

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Lords of Acid's exaggeratedly sexual acid house dance music gained a cult following with their 1991 album, Lust. Previously, the band had released three singles that laid the groundwork for the dense, throbbing Lust and its club hits, "Rough Sex" and "I Must Increase My Bust." Between their debut and their second album, 1994's Voodoo-U, Lords of Acid added industrial elements to their sound and became a more straightforward, band-oriented group. At the time of their second album, Lords of Acid were...
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