KLF'S Sick Gun Stunt Fails To Hit The Target- Library of Mu

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Title: KLF'S Sick Gun Stunt Fails To Hit The Target
Date: 13 February, 1992
Journal: The Sun
Author: Piers Morgan/Peter Willis/Dan Collins
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
No. views: 5457
Description: shock horror KLF caused apathy with gun prank and trashing instruments

KLF'S Sick Gun Stunt Fails To Hit The Target

By Piers Morgan/Peter Willis/Dan Collins (13 February, 1992, The Sun)

The KLF proved to be pop's biggest wallies by 'firing' a realistic machine gun at the star-studded audience.

Singer Bill Drummond left the stage as the band performed their No 1 hit 3am Eternal.

Drummond, 36, who was using a crutch after damaging his knee in a fall, then reappeared and pointed the gun at the crowd.

But his antics were met with apathy by guests who carried on chatting.

KLF did manage to cause a stir eventually by trashing their instruments at the end of their song.

They hurled guitars across the stage, smashed microphone stands against scenery and threw buckets. Sadly, they won best group award jointly with Simply Red.


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Posted by Guest on 2007-03-10 03:29:34

I do not agree at all!!! It was pure harmless fun!!

Posted by Guest on 2007-09-15 22:17:06

Piers Morgan IS gay isn't he?

Posted by Guest on 2007-09-26 06:28:21


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