Tag: The KLF
Turn Up The Strobe (Pure Trance)
Uncompleted fourth entry in the Pure Trance series. Picture sleeves and labels were printed but never used. Unlike Love Trance or E-Train (which might or might not have evolved into Last Train To Trancentral) it’s not clear whether or not elements of Turn Up The Strobe ever appeared at a…
Love Trance (Pure Trance)
Love Trance is the unreleased third single from The KLF’s Pure Trance series. The single was originally scheduled for release on 14th November 1988 with a remix single to follow one week later, though The KLF’s Completeist lists only ever listed the original 006T albeit without a proper tracklist. While…
What Time Is Love? (Pure Trance Remixes)
Originally scheduled for release on 24th October, 1988.
Last Train To Trancentral (Pure Trance Remixes)
One of the rarer KLF releases as 2,000 copies of Last Train To Trancentral (Pure Trance Remixes) were pressed of which around 1,000 got warped and were destroyed.
Burn The Bastards
Burn The Bastards was the first single released under the KLF moniker, though it was credited to “The JAMs aka The Timelords” in the USA to link it to the History Of The JAMs compilation. The song is strongly based on Dance To The Music by Sly and The Family…
What Time Is Love? (Pure Trance)
One of the cornerstones of The KLF’s history, and a departure from their previous sample-riddled output as The JAMs and their brief pop detour as The Timelords. Instead What Time Is Love embraced the emerging rave scene and the style of music it brought along with it.
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.
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.
Books by The KLF (et al.)
Publications written by both Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty under their various pseudonyms.