Black on white CD front cover of "MU" by The KLF, featuring image of Bill and Jimmy wearing white robes and horns

MU

MU is a Japanese exclusive 5-track mini album. A possible remix version was listed at one point but was never finished, though rough demos of an alternate Make It Rain remix eventually appeared almost 25 years later.

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A-side label reading "A 45RPM 3 A.M. Eternal Christmas Top Of The Pops 1991 KLF 5 T.O.T.P."

3 a.m. Eternal (Christmas Top Of The Pops)

Since they were not allowed to perform their re-recorded collaboration with Extreme Noise Terror at Top Of The Pops, The KLF released 3 a.m. Eternal (Christmas Top Of The Pops) as a limited mail-order only single in January 1992. The new version combined elements of the KLF’s #1 single with…

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Stadium House (The Trilogy)

The Stadium House Trilogy is a video collection featuring the first three singles taken from the White Room album, as well as a 14 minute making-of (UK release only). Even though videos for What Time Is Love? and 3 a.m. Eternal already existed The KLF created new clips for their…

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3 a.m. Eternal (The Moody Boys Selection)

With the updated original just having entered the UK Top 40 at #5 The KLF timely released 3 a.m. Eternal (The Moody Boys Selection), a collection of 12″ only remixes by The Moody Boys just one week later.

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3 a.m. Eternal (Live At The S.S.L.)

The KLF’s second #1 single after Doctorin’ The Tardis. Featuring rap vocals by Ricardo Lyte. Like What Time Is Love? before it 3 a.m. Eternal is a remixed and updated version of its Pure Trance predecessor. The single’s machine-gun style opening later got edited out on the “Radio Freedom Edit”…

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3 a.m. Eternal (Pure Trance Remixes)

Originally scheduled 7 Nov 1988. Includes remixes by The Moody Boys and The Orb.

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3 a.m. Eternal (Pure Trance)

3 a.m. Eternal is the second track in the “Pure Trance” series. Originally scheduled for release on 31 Oct 1988 the single was not released until May 1989.

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The White Room

The White Room is without a doubt the album that finally catapulted The KLF into mega-stardom, spawning three hit singles of which one (3 a.m. Eternal) got them to Number One in the UK (their second after Doctorin’ The Tardis).

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Cover of "Chill Out" by The KLF; sheep in countryside; featuring white sticker with album name and "file under ambient" notice

Chill Out

In Febuary 1990 the KLF released their ambient house concept album Chill Out, an aural retelling of a fictional trip through the American deep south.

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How To Be Free

Back Cover Blurb Modern life is absurd. How can we be free? If you’ve ever wondered why you bother to go to work, or why so much consumer culture is crap, then this book is for you. Looking to history, literature and philosophy for inspiration, Tom Hodgkinson provides a joyful…

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