"Waiting For The Rights Of Mu"; blue cover with black silhouette of The KLF's "Why Sheep" pose

Waiting For The Rights Of Mu

Waiting For The Rights Of Mu [sic] is a bootleg album issued by German dub reggae label Echo Beach in late 1997. The release features the soundtrack of The KLF’s ambient video Waiting, and The Rites Of Mu allegedly narrated by Martin Sheen (or more likely a rather convincing impersonator)…

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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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Green/brown sleeve with "The KLF" in the upper left, T-speaker logo in the upper right and the single's title "Justified And Ancient" at the bottom, all arranged around a pink/white ice cream with "Freshly Made For You" written on its side.

Justified And Ancient (Stand By The JAMS)

Justified And Ancient is the final single commercially released by The KLF in 1991, considering America: What Time Is Love? had already been released in the US a month before. Since the chorus had already appeared on 1987 it could also be considered the one the longest in the making….

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America: What Time Is Love?

America: What Time Is Love? is a beefed-up, guitar-heavy remix of The KLF’s 1990 Live A Trancentral version in celebration of the 1,000th anniversary of the discovery of America by The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu in 992 (or so they claimed). While the single’s slightly updated verses were once…

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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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Last Train To Trancentral (Meets The Moody Boys Uptown)

12″-only remixes of the Live Of The Lost Continent version by The Moody Boys. As with previous Moody Boys singles both the 808Bass and 120 Rock Steady mix bear little to no resemblance of the original track, with the former featuring Maxine Harvey’s vocals from the refrain of the unreleased…

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Last Train To Trancentral (Live From The Lost Continent)

Following the chart success of 3 a.m. Eternal The KLF released Last Train To Trancentral (Live From The Lost Continent) in April 1991 which marked the third and final entry in the Stadium House Trilogy. The track’s origins can be traced back all the way to Go To Sleep, though…

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Make It Rain / No More Tears

Promo-only single featuring album versions of Make It Rain and No More Tears to promote the upcoming release of The White Room. Tracks & Formats KLF LP PROMO1

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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.)

Released in early January 1991, 3 a.m. Eternal (Live At The S.S.L.) was The KLF’s second #1 single after Doctorin’ The Tardis. Like What Time Is Love? before it 3 a.m. Eternal is an updated and heavily remixed version of its Pure Trance predecessor. The KLF decided to keep large…

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