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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Waiting

Waiting is a 42 minute ambient video of Bill and Jimmy wandering across the Isle of Jura, doing nothing in particular. Its soundtrack can be described as a slightly darker version of Chill Out. In 1997 the soundtrack was released as one half of Echo Beach’s Waiting For The Rights…

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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, as well as the very Chill Out-esque Virtual Reality Mix by Bill and Jimmy themselves.

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What Time Is Love? (Live At Trancentral)

What Time Is Love? (Live At Trancentral) is a remixed release of the original Pure Trance version which eventually peaked at #5 in the UK charts.

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Madrugada Eterna

Madrugada Eterna first officially appeared as an ambient B-side on Kylie Said To Jason in August 1989. This is the same version as the one prominently featured on Chill Out six months later. However, a different version had already been featured playing over a short two-minute promo clip of the…

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Go To Sleep

Go To Sleep is an unreleased single from the White Room Soundtrack. It was first listed as a standalone single (KLF008T) in Nov 1989’s Info Sheet, then The Cartel’s Jan 1990 wholesale catalogue (KLF012T/R). At another point it was announced as a possible B-side of The Lover’s Side. However, neither…

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No More Tears

Announced as 1989 Christmas single in info sheet #4. The original version of No More Tears featured on the White Room Soundtrack does indeed feature a Children’s Choir so it is more than likely that this version was meant for release before The KLF’s change of plans.

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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…

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Deep Shit (Part 3)

Deep Shit (Part 3) is an unreleased single and only exists in a limited run of six whitelabel pressings of which four allegedly made it into the wild. The track itself opens on the intro of Kylie Said To Jason, switching into the Village People’s “YMCA” a few seconds later…

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