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 Middleton, Ohio, USA Middleton, Ohio, USA
  
-L. (Love) O. (Obedience) U. (Unity) D. (Devotion) is what their add in Heaven's Metal states is meaning of the name.+Their name has stood for "Love Over Universal Destruction" and "Love Obedience Unity Devotion" at different times.
  
-Two of the members, Pat & Frank Bratcher, toured in another group before LOUD called High Fever in the 80's. They opened for Kiss, Scorpions, Quiet Riot, Vandenburg, Fastway, and other artist+Two of the members, Pat & Frank Bratcher, toured in another group in the 80'before L.O.U.D. called High Fever. They opened for Kiss, Scorpions, Quiet Riot, Vandenburg, Fastway, and other bands
  
-LOUD was formed 1995 in McAlester Ok, by Pat & Frank. They moved to Tulsa and eventually based out of Middletown, Ohio. There mission statement was"We want to reach souls" and they would travel anywhere for love offerings and travel expenses.+L.O.U.D. was formed 1985 in McAlester, Oklahoma by Pat & Frank. They moved to Tulsa and eventually based out of Middletown, Ohio. Their mission statement was"We want to reach souls".
  
-LOUD opened for Head East, Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad, Sweet Savage, and more...they were in the process of starting a tour called ..."Shout It Out L.o.u.d." a tribute to KISS...( a KISS clone act)....when both Pat and Frank went back to church and stopped the project...which would have grossed approximately $360,000 dollars a year.+L.O.U.D. opened for Head East, Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad, Sweet Savage, and more. They were in the process of starting a tour called "Shout It Out L.O.U.D." as a tribute to KISS (a KISS clone act) when both Pat and Frank went back to church and stopped the projectwhich would have grossed approximately $360,000 dollars a year.
  
 ===== Discography ===== ===== Discography =====
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 | 1987 | Love Over Universal Destruction | | 1987 | Love Over Universal Destruction |
 | 1989 | [[https://christiantapeunderground.wordpress.com/2018/12/13/l-o-u-d-stand-on-the-rock/|Stand on the Rock]] | | 1989 | [[https://christiantapeunderground.wordpress.com/2018/12/13/l-o-u-d-stand-on-the-rock/|Stand on the Rock]] |