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Los KLF (The KLF), era una banda inglesa originaria de Londres, de finales de los 80 y principios de los 90.
Sus estilos musicales son el Techno, Dance y Acid House.
También fueron conocidos mundialmente como The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu(The JAMs) y The Timelords, dos nombres tomados de sendas obras de ficción que los influyeron: el primero de la «Illuminatus Trilogy» de Robert Anton Wilson y Robert Shea, y el segundo de la serie televisiva británica «Doctor Who».
Los miembros de la banda eran 2 hombres de experiencia y trayectoria musical, fueron Jimmy Cauty y Bill Drummond.

Bill Drummond es músico, cantante y compositor originario de Escocia.
Jimmy Cauty es un músico Inglés.
Sus canciones más conocidas son :
What time is love? (1990)
3 a.m. Eternal(1990)
Last Train To Transcentral(1991)
Justified and Ancient (1991)
En 1992, obtuvieron el premio Brit Awards , junto con Simply Red, como los mejores grupos británicos.


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  • fancyfootwork80

    Fishin' in the rivers... Fishin' in the rivers... Fishin' in the rivers of life... hey!

    5 Ene 16:50 Responder
  • A-W-A-X

    Fishin' in the rivers of life...

    16 Dic 2014 Responder
  • d0l

    ahuh ahuh ahuh ahuh.

    20 Nov 2014 Responder
  • HaHaHaYoureDead

    What Time Is Love - это просто фантастика!

    20 Mar 2014 Responder
  • AlienElen

    Очень тёплые воспоминания связаны с этой группой.Беспечное детство,безмятежное счастье.Друзья,старый кассетник,танцы...

    7 Mar 2014 Responder
  • bachrodi

    I gotta say. As being an American. I truly appreciate this music. Everything here is so... uh... like... fucking lame. This is STILL some of the truest music I've ever heard. And yes. I'm a Robert Anton Wilson fan... <3 the KLF.

    8 Ene 2014 Responder
  • al_shashkin

    klf still rock the jams!

    22 Dic 2013 Responder
  • TomatMartin2014

    21 Dic 2013 Responder
  • zyn1ker

    How legit are The Black Room "demos"?

    15 Dic 2013 Responder
  • futte74

    the first true techno/electronic band that really hit me straight in the face with their 3 A.M. Eternal and loving it since 1989...

    2 Dic 2013 Responder
  • inhocvince

    don't think its out yet? i know i know, been 5 years...

    7 Ago 2013 Responder
  • qwertyasdfyui

    Does anybody know where I can get The Lost Sounds Of Mu Volume 3? Thanks.

    6 Jul 2013 Responder
  • galactus15

    my bad, looks like there is actually a full 30-minute long version of the rites of mu (!) - review: (there is at least 3 versions knocking around on youtube)

    18 May 2013 Responder
  • galactus15

    jakobdorof: if you enjoy Chill Out, check out Waiting for the Rites of Mu which is another strange ambient thing they did. One of the tracks - The Rites Of Mu - is an 8 minute-long narrated story of a weird ritual on a deserted island... there is a great video accompanying it on youtube too.

    18 May 2013 Responder
  • rhinowing

    chill out is an alarmingly good album

    29 Abr 2013 Responder
  • egi_23

    @jakobdorof... Next up... The White Room Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.

    19 Abr 2013 Responder
  • jakobdorof

    Chill Out is brilliant, but those first two JAMs records are best written off as historical curios.

    16 Abr 2013 Responder
  • mumu23

    Ricardo Da Force, who was featured on The KLF’s “3AM Eternal,” Last Train to Trancentral,” and “Justified and Ancient,” has reportedly passed away in Barbados. There’s no official cause of death, but N-Trance (another outfit that Ricardo worked with in the 1990s) posted the following on their Facebook: Just heard news that Ricardo Da Force has passed away. He was a massive part of this band & the main influence for us to start making music from his days in the KLF… gonna be hugely missed RIP.

    13 Mar 2013 Responder
  • Slaggprodukt

    Any thoughts of Scooters "What time is love?" cover? They've used samples from the songs heavily before, I know... Still. Is a cover more of respect than downright just using samples? I mean, KLF used a lot of samples them self... With more quality I might add.

    2 Nov 2012 Responder
  • Kaoru_is_here

    What's the point of remastering "The White Room"? It never did sound bad on CD in the first place.

    8 Sep 2012 Responder
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