LSU Cash in Chaos | World Tour

With World Tour, Michael Knott announced that he was changing the name of L.S.U. to ‘Cash in Chaos’ (henced the mixed band name for this release). That name change didn’t stick. World Tour is another classic L.S.U. disc, heavily influenced by Echo & The Bunnymen. Dark, swirling, heavy, and moody sounds abound on every song.

LSU Cash in Chaos - World Tour cover  
LSU Cash in Chaos
World Tour (1993 Siren Music)
Produced by: Michael Knott

Michael Knott – Vocals, cover art
Brian Doidge – Guitars
Erick Coomes – Bass
Ed Benrock – Drums

Mixed by Gene Eugene
Engineered by Gene Eugene, Chris Colbert, and others
Recorded at the Green Room

Bottles and Crashes by Steve Hindalong on “Pound of Flesh”

01) The Shell 3:46 Knott  
02) Benny 2:44 Knott, Coomes  
03) Pound of Flesh 6:30 Knott  
04) Confusion 3:15 Knott  
05) Red Swine 5:14 Knott, Doidge  
06) Radio Satan 6:04 Knott  
07) Yellow Sun 1:49 Knott, Doidge  
08) There’s a Time 5:12 Knott  
09) Spice of Life 2:58 Knott  
10) Everything 5:03 Doidge Re-recorded on Strip Cycle


Older comments on “LSU Cash in Chaos – World Tour

  1. icon_red on September 12, 2009 at 04:59 pm said:

    My favorite LSU…

  2. Jason on January 12, 2010 at 12:29 pm said:

    I agree. Loved Brian’s guitar tone on this one. Really raw.

  3. Duane on November 12, 2011 at 01:16 pm said:

    World Tour was my introduction to LSU and Michael Knott, and, with The Choir’s Speckled Bird, radically changed my musical tastes. I just got this from the L.S. Underground Bandcamp site (since the original CD I had is worn out) and have been listening to it regularly.

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