While critics might label Who Killed The JAMS? as ‘more of the same’ the follow-up album to 1987 saw The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu refine their style, with the closing track Burn The Bastards hinting at the musical path the duo would travel down in the not too distant future.
Some copies included “The 1987 Completeist List” (KLF001), a pictoral discography of past releases which also featured small-size replicas of the letters The JAMs had received from the MCPS and the enigmatic Don Lucknowe. It is interesting to note that the Completeist List claims the album to include twelve tracks in total rather than just seven.
|A3||Disaster Fund Collection||5:42|
|A4||King Boy’s Dream||1:03|
|B1||The Porpoise Song||5:47|
|B2||Prestwich Prophet’s Grin||5:03|
|B3||Burn The Bastards||6:03|
A bootleg taken from the Master Room tapes gives away some of the work-in-progress titles for a couple of tracks, most notably Disaster Fund Collection (which was originally titled The Cage), Prestwich Prophet’s Grin ( was Clean Up Men) and Burn The Bastards (was JAM’s Have A Party). A couple of these also do appear in a review in Sounds (?) which further confirms the original tracklist.
At best, this is funny, at worst… well, I’m sure the perpetrators find it amusing. But then I’d wager that fun […] is the main motive behind this disc.