Super Barrio Brothers- Library of Mu

Library of Mu record:
Title: Super Barrio Brothers
Date: 09 May, 1992
Journal: NME
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: original
No. views: 1647
Description: KLF worn out; reportedly in Mexico

Super Barrio Brothers

By - (09 May, 1992, NME)

The KLF have announced a temporary "departure from the music business", in the wake of rumours that the band is to be permanently dissolved. The controversial duo, last seen performing with Extreme Noise Terror at the BPI awards, offered the following statement to NME : "Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond left for Mexico City on May 5 to research a non-music project, the nature of which is yet to be disclosed." Drummond and Cauty are reportedly "worn out" after producing 6 hit singles and the Number One "White Room" LP over the last 18 months.

Despite the fact the duo are renowned in the music industry for their bizarre publicity stunts, the band's spokesperson continued to insist that "nothing sinister is afoot", as NME went to press.

However, insiders are conviced that Drummond and Cauty, who have previously released material as the Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu, The Timelords and The JAMS, are likely to end their term as The KLF and return after their sabbatical in Mexico under an entirely new guise. "

Ironically, in the same issue of The NME, from US News :

" The KLF will be pleased to learn that the Mississippi State legislature has approved the renaming of a 13-mile stretch of motorway in honour of country singer Tammy Wynette. "


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