1998 INFO SHEET ONE- Library of Mu

Library of Mu record:
Title: 1998 INFO SHEET ONE
Date: 1988-03-10
Journal: -
Author: KLF Communications
Type of resource: Official
Status: text
No. views: 7885
Description: Answers to lots of questions they had been asked, e.g. The KLF/Disco 2000, JAMS LP2 track listing, Deep Shit, JAMS 26T, KLF 002T, The Timelords. A handwritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper. Early copies were not labelled 1988 INFO SHEET ONE.


By KLF Communications (1988-03-10, -)

Watch out for KLF new signing - The Timelords(Bosh Bosh Bosh)
- RockManRock

According to the rock papers the Justified Ancients of Mu Mu are dead. The trouble is the JAMs can never be killed.

In 1988 Rockman and myself want to have a low profile year after all the notoriety that we gained throughout 1987 (something we came to be more and more uncomfortable with).

K.L.F Communications house band, The KLF, will be recording and putting out some instrumental music, working on some tracks with Disco 2000, and from time to time doing other odd things. We are also preparing to have our records released in Europe, so this will mean more international adventures for the JAMSmobile.

Rockman and I are also working on some joint art things, we have no idea when these will see the light of day.

Here is the much asked for track list for JAMS LP2 :

  Side One  1)The Candystore          Side Two 1)The Porpoise Song
            2)The Candyman                     2)The Prestwich Prophets Grin
            3)Disaster Fund Collection         3)Burn The Bastards.
            4)King Boys Dream

The reason there was no track listing with the record was that to enable us to get the record out as fast as possible after we had finished recording it, we had to deliver the art work to the printers before Christmas at which time we didn't know what the tracks were to be called.

Deep Shit (the flexi)? I'm afraid although we recorded this we never actually got it out. We were hoping to slip it in with the first few copies of JAMS LP2.

JAMS 26T? When we put Downtown out and gave it the cat no. JAMS 27T it was a mistake. We forgot we hadn't made a 26T. Then we decided to release Dance Mixes of tracks from the LP. This would be the missing JAMS 26T. We pressed up 2,000 then decided we didn't like them, so we sold them into Europe. One of the tracks we remixed and is coming out titled 'Burn The Beat' by The KLF with the cat no. KLF 002T. If you are confused so are we.

Yours King Boy

P.S. Please dont be surprised if everything changes, we don't know what we are doing from one day to the next.

" There are no constants "


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