Library of Mu: All Features

There are 32 Features in the Library of Mu:


Crapp
Date: 06 July, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: Thrills
Description: Corrupt Rulers of Ancient Pu Pu release 'All You Need Is 1987' on Antenna Records !!! 'the most outrageous theft yet'
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Material World of... King Boy D
Date: 05 December, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: -
Description: King Boy's favourite records, kings, fish, books, poetry and saints
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?
Date: 19 December, 1987
Journal: NME
Author: -
Description: Christmas party and 1987 questions to King Boy - he reveals he supports Rangers! and wants the "Scone stone under my arse where it belongs"
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? (Fierce Records)
Date: January 1988
Journal: Underground
Author: ?
Description: feature, discog, interview with "Steve" from Fierce who was about to scam the JAMs
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Where were you in '72?
Date: 30 January, 1988
Journal: NME
Author: -
Description: Where were you in '72? What were you listening to? What were you wearing? Where were you hanging out? - KING BOY D OF THE JAMMS
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Disco 2000 out-bugging the bad guys
Date: 07 May, 1988
Journal: NME
Author: James Brown
Description: One Love Nation video details "this video is an attempted assasination upon the bloated carcass of traditional rock and roll"
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Wheels Of Steal
Date: 28 May, 1988
Journal: NME
Author: Steven Wells
Description: interview with Ford Timelord about Detroit, Superman films, youth culture, the record etc. + is 'The Jam' comic's logo copied off the JAMs?
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...Ford Every Scheme
Date: 28 May, 1988
Journal: Sounds
Author: Roy Wilkinson
Description: "interview with the "happy-go-lucky Essex twang" speaking Dagaenham motor who made "the most nauseating record ever".
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A 2 Z Ford Time Lord
Date: 04 June, 1988
Journal: NME
Author: Thrills
Description: I stands for Illuminati in at 23; Z stands for Zenarchy etc with picture of The Timelords, and The Escorts grouped round one of the video 'Daleks'
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Shrink Rap - Ford Timelord
Date: 11 June, 1988
Journal: Melody Maker
Author: -
Description: thoughts on Swedish Farmers, Dagenham, Time Travel, Gary Glitter and Jams
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Singles
Date: 01 September, 1990
Journal: NME
Author: ?
Description: Bill and Jimmy review the singles
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The KLF's disguises in full
Date: 06 October, 1990
Journal: NME
Author: ?
Description: Spoof feature
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?
Date: 22 December, 1990
Journal: NME
Author: ?
Description: KLF have 200 to spend in HMV
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The Great Debate
Date: 22 December, 1990
Journal: Record Mirror
Author: ?
Description: Bill Drummond and others
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Celebrity Poster Artists
Date: April 1991
Journal: The Face
Author: ?
Description: Jimi's Gandolf poster
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Big In Japan - Where are they now?
Date: January 1992 ?
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: ?
Description: useful article summarising the history of BIJ with details of what former members did next, and quotes from some of them about BIJ
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What The Papers Say
Date: 22 February, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: -
Description: KLF house
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The Creation Tape - Bill Drummond
Date: April 1992
Journal: Select
Author: ?
Description: Explanation of why the Managers speech was recorded and transcript of part of it.
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Food Records
Date: 11 April, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: Fred Fact
Description: with picture of Brilliant
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Faking It
Date: August 1993
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: ?
Description: Stupid humourous feature on injuries in pop has picture of Drummond at Brits
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Cool like what?
Date: September 1993
Journal: Select
Author: ?
Description: Drummond wins coolest person in pop award!
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WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?
Date: November 1995
Journal: Q Magazine
Author: John Harris
Description: Transcript and review of events at In The City
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Torch Songs
Date: 03 November, 1995
Journal: The List (Scotland Listings Magazine)
Author: ?
Description: Preview of the Glasgow Green showings of the film, mainly good short review of their careers
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Money to burn
Date: 05 November, 1995
Journal: Sunday Times (Culture tabloid)
Author: Robert Sandall
Description: Reviews the KLF's and K-F's activites and previews Omnibus
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Pop star's sonic boom rocks the neighbours
Date: 25 June, 1996
Journal: Daily Telegraph
Author: Paul Stokes
Description: an account of the sonic gun affair full of innaccuracies, but including a long quote from Cauty about why he built and tested a sonic weapon.
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What was that all about?
Date: 02 August, 1996
Journal: The Independent
Author: Andrew Mueller
Description: The full story of the aborted helicopter to Dartmoor press junket, with quotes from Fergal Sharkey and Cauty: "At the end of the day its just a fucking disco van".
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POSTCODE FROM THE EDGE: Lend an ear to Stockwell
Date: 20 September, 1997
Journal: The Independent
Author: Peter Conchie
Description: arts and culture travel guide to Stockwell, mentions the KLF's (sic) squat
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Millennial Mu Mu
Date: October 1997
Journal: Select
Author: Andrew Perry and Sam Upton
Description: generic return of the KLF news feature, but also features lots of information about Jeremy Dellar and pictures of Acid Brass recording sessions
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The Return of The KLF
Date: October 1997
Journal: Sky
Author: Mark Frith
Description: generic return of the KLF news feature full of mistakes, with some details about Jeremy Dellar/Acid Brass
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A place of legend, mystery and the bizarre
Date: 16 August, 1999
Journal: Daily Record
Author: Donna White
Description: Short feature on the Isle of Jura, mentions the money burning
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The 10 greatest publicity stunts
Date: 27 September, 2003
Journal: Observer
Author: Ben Thompson
Description: KLF leaving the music industry was No.5
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The liar
Date: 06 April, 2004
Journal: Guardian
Author: Bill Drummond
Description: Bill Drummond interviews Stewart Home, after the release of Home's latest novel. Drummond asks Home 10 questions.
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