The Man was Bill Drummond’s 1986 solo album on Creation Records, meant as a farewell to his previous musical past at the age of 33.
Living In A Giant Candle Winking At God
Living In A Giant Candle Winking At God is the only album by the Transit Kings, a band consisting of Jimmy Cauty, Alex Paterson, Guy Pratt and Dom Beken.
The White Room (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
The first incarnation of The White Room album was originally meant as a complementary soundtrack to the movie The KLF had started shooting from the money they had earned from Doctorin’ The Tardis. The versions of the songs are substantially different from the remixed versions which appeared on the 1991 White…
1987 (What The Fuck Is Going On?)
Following the single All You Need Is Love, The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu’s first album 1987 (What The Fuck Is Going On?) continued the style of heavy cut & paste sampling, beatbox rhythms and King Boy D’s Scottish raps.
The What Time Is Love Story
The What Time Is Love Story is a six-track mini LP released in the wake of the success of What Time Is Love? in Europe, gathering various cover versions collated by The Orb’s Alex Paterson.
Space started life as a collaboration between Jimmy Cauty and Alex Paterson. The album was first announced in early January 1990, albeit as a proper Orb album at the time.
The White Room
While their previous antics as The JAMs and The Timelords had already firmly put Bill and Jimmy on the map of British dance music, 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)…
In Febuary 1990 The KLF released their concept album Chill Out, coining the phrase ‘ambient house’ with their downtempo soundtrack for a fictional roadtrip along the southern border of America.
Shag Times (Circa 1987)
Shag Times is a compilation album gathering various JAMS singles as well as a number of alternate versions and remixes.