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.
my bad, looks like there is actually a full 30-minute long version of the rites of mu (!) - review: http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/collective/A3029249 (there is at least 3 versions knocking around on youtube)
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.
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.
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.
anyone listen to the FLK? you MUST check them out - either KLF proteges or tribute......and if you play 'we know where the time goes' at the same time as Chill Out..... scuse me but its fucking stunning!!!!! ;0
anyone know where one can find the black room (album) and watch the k foundation burn a million quid (film)? so far all I found is a documentary about the klf which talks about the moneyburning but I'd like to see gimpo's film...