Imajine

This paperback book is about earthquake, Haiti, being alive, watching people die, running, the end of the world, hope, fear, praying, surviving, struggle, corruption and trust. But more importantly it contains words not mediated through the mind of a western journalist but the words of a young man called Claudel…

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Scores 18 – 76

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"Twenty Thousand" by Bill Drummond

Twenty Thousand

Not to be confused with $20.000.

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Is God A Cunt?

Seventh book published by Penkiln Burn. While this is related to one of Bill’s many works it does not necessarily feature any contributions from him.

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Stay Here & Make Art

Released on Penkiln Burn, this is one of the very few books not written by Bill Drummond but featuring one of his contributions.

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Books by Jimmy Cauty

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Books By The KLF (et al.)

Publications written by both Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty under their various pseudonyms.

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"Ireland vs. Israel"

Ireland vs. Israel

Edited by Bill Drummond: being a collection of 20 interviews of Israeli-based artists who were artists-in-residence in a Tower in the North of Ireland throughout 2016. Includes a 25 page interview with Bill Drummond by Raymond Watson and an explanatory essay by Sagit Mezamer. Back Cover Blurb IRELAND VERSUS ISRAEL…

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Pile of KLF-related books on wooden floor

Publications

Books by The KLF/Timelords/JAMS/etc. Publications written by both Bill and Jimmy under their various pseudonyms. Books by Jimmy Cauty Publications written by Jimmy. Books by Bill Drummond Publications written or co-written by Bill. Pamphlets by Bill Drummond Pamphlets written by Bill. Due to their sheer number they deserve their own…

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Will Pop Eat Itself?

“Explores the advent of post-modernism in pop, suggesting parallels between pop today and high art earlier this century.” A history of the sampler in pop music. Along the way is a great chapter all about the JAMs, including a very good analysis of the lyrical content of ‘All You Need…

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