The White Room

Label
Arista
Running length
19 tracks
Running time
90:23

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 What Time Is Love? (Kick Out The Jams) 5:17 225
1 What Time Is Love? (LP mix) 5:16 22,309
2 Make It Rain 3:35 30,154
3 3AM Eternal (Live at the SSL) / Church of the KLF 5:27 2,547
3 3 a.m. eternal (live at the s. 3:34 2,897
3 3 A.M. Eternal 6:00 25,262
4 Church of The KLF 3:51 24,284
4 Last Train to Trancentral (LP mix) 5:40 11,107
5 Last Train to Trancetral 3:35 2,979
5 Last Train To Transcentral (Li 3:40 5,161
6 Build a Fire 4:54 24,898
7 The White Room 4:24 23,167
8 No More Tears 3:15 21,989
9 Justified and Ancient 3:36 38,414
10 Stand By Jams 3:35 601
11 Stand By Jams (12" Version) 5:27 112
12 The White Room (Version) 5:03 83
13 All Bound For Mu Mu Land 7:45 2,959
14 Let Them Eat Ice Cream 6:29 3,702

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  • FxOmar

    90's dance pop music does not get any better than this

    21 Aug 2014 Reply
  • FruitMeister

    Loaned my friend this CD just after release. Never did get it back x@(

    11 Oct 2010 Reply
  • lhb1

    The songs are good in any order. They all have funky beats. That's why me like it so much!!!

    9 May 2010 Reply
  • GeeTeeAge

    A complete miracle and a masterpiece

    19 Feb 2010 Reply
  • lastfmgs

    classic shit

    28 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Vinyltrap

    dominic_john !..I totally Agree !.../;~}

    13 Dec 2009 Reply
  • dominic_john

    the thing about this album is that it's really diverse. i love all the tracks, my fav being what time is love and last train to trancentral but songs like build a fire, no more tears are great too but i feel they don't go that well alongside each other hence why i have trouble listening to this album start to finish.

    16 Nov 2009 Reply
  • galactus15

    martinbizarro: so true

    12 Oct 2009 Reply
  • rosagattina

    where is someday

    10 Oct 2009 Reply
  • dominic_john

    loved it ever since my dad use to play it to me as a little kid when we were driving to france.

    27 Sep 2009 Reply
  • martinbizarro

    Half great, half terrible. There, I said it.

    27 Sep 2009 Reply
  • revtim01

    This album doesn't do very much for me

    21 Jul 2009 Reply
  • pauljaymes

    tomthemod : the track listing was slightly different in different countries.

    18 Apr 2009 Reply
  • tomasford

    Still a totally essential LP.

    1 Apr 2009 Reply
  • tomthemod

    I have a copy of this and the tracks on it are different to the track listing on the back of the CD....strange

    1 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Shazwellyn

    If you read the book 'The lost continent of mu mu'. you might just get what the KLF were about. This book is about the basis to all religions and spirituality.... if you like, the evidence to how life started and everything. The demonstrations the KLF did (like buring of money) was a testiment on shaking off of the materialism within this world. The statements within their songs were messages on a spiritual level... 'the're justified and their ancient.. and they drive an ice cream van', for example, is stating that many 'ordinary' people have been reincarnated now, from the times of mu mu (the motherland) and Atlantis, they may do mundane jobs, but they are wise and ancient. They are quietly seeding their spiritual messages to others in their own small way. The KLF are not just a band, but a band with a purpose of spreading a message of non materialism in order for others to get in touch with their spirit or soul.

    2 Nov 2008 Reply

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