Lords of Acid's sexual acid house dance music gained a cult following with their 1991 album Lust. The band had previously released three singles that laid the groundwork for their debut album with club hits "Rough Sex" and "I Must Increase My Bust." Their second album, Voodoo-U, in 1994, added industrial elements to their sound and showcased an evolution toward a more band-oriented group. At the time of their second album, Lords of Acid was led by Lady Galore (born Ruth Mcardle; vocals) and featured bassist Lord T. Byron (born Frank Vloeberghs), keyboard player Shai de la Luna, and drummer McGuinnes (born Kurt Liekens). 1997 they released Our Little Secret and in 1999 Expand Your Head and Farstucker in 2001.
With sexually explicit lyrics and cover art mixed with beats that have become synonymous with sex, the Lords of Acid have made their mark on not only the techno, but the music world as a whole. Every dance club in the world knows to throw on some LoA to get any party from dancing to grinding in .3 seconds. The sexual revolution is still alive and well and the Lords' music is living proof.