KLF in legal jamm- Library of Mu
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- Title: KLF in legal jamm
- Date: 26 October, 1991
- Journal: NME
- Author: -
- Type of resource: News items
- Status: text
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KLF in legal jamm
By - (26 October, 1991, NME)
The KLF, currently enjoying major league success worldwide with their
White Room LP, are being plagued by a bogus version of their band touring
the States under the name The KLF.
Led by Wanda D, singer on the real KLF's top five hit 'Last Train..', the
other KLF are performing tracks from the acclaimed LP on a major club
tour. A spokesperson for Jimmy Cauty & Bill Drummond declined to comment,
but NME understands that the KLF's US label Arista is considering legal
action in order to prevent Wanda and cohorts from using the group name.
Meanwhile, Drummond and Cauty, who sold more singles throughout the
world in 1990 than any other British group, release their first single in
four years as the Justified Ancients of Mu Mu next Monday.
'It's Grim Up North', remixed since it was originally issued as a limited
edition club release last Dec., is the group's follow-up to their 1987
single 'Downtown' and the subsequent 1988 LP 'Who Killed the Jamms'.
A third release in the KLF's busy schedule is also due before the end of
the year. As previously reported, 'Justified and Ancient (Stand by the
Jamms)', a KLF collaboration with Tammy Wynette, is tentatively scheduled
for November release.
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