Stadium House (The Trilogy)

Video collection featuring all three Stadium House singles, as well as a 14 minute making-of (UK release only).

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Last Train To Trancentral (The KLF Meet The Moody Boys Uptown)

12″-only remixes of the Live Of The Lost Continent version by The Moody Boys. CD versions were published on foreign labels outside the UK only. Tracklist As with previous Moody Boys singles both the 808Bass and 120 Rock Steady mix bear little to no resemblance of the original track, with…

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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 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 little of the original version…

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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.)

The KLF’s second #1 single after Doctorin’ The Tardis. Featuring rap vocals by Ricardo Lyte. The single’s machine-gun style opening later got edited out on the “Radio Freedom Edit” (KLF 005S) to comply with Radio 1 guidelines over the Gulf War.

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Waiting

A 42 minute ambient video of Bill and Jimmy wandering across the Isle of Jura, doing nothing in particular. The soundtrack of Waiting can be described as a slightly darker version of Chill Out.

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What Time Is Love? (Remodelled & Remixed)

Remixes of the Live At Trancentral single featuring versions by Echo & The Bunnymen (who had previously been managed by Bill Drummond on the Zoo Records label) and The Moody Boys.

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What Time Is Love? (Live At Trancentral)

Re-remixed release of the original Pure Trance version including crowd noise, fresh rap vocals by Azat Bello, and the infamous Wanda Dee sample which came back and bit them later. The single eventually peaked at #5 in the UK charts.

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Madrugada Eterna

Unreleased single featuring a club mix of the track from the Chill Out album, though not the version used in the White Room promo video.

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