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The KLF - Recovered & Remastered EP 1

  • Songer: The KLF
  • Title: Recovered & Remastered EP 1
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 2012
  • Music style: Trance, House, Ambient
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes 148

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The KLF America No More (Version #2) 6:04
2 The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu Burn The Beat 3:44
3 The KLF What Time Is Love? (Space Mix) 7:17
4 The KLF Last Train To Trancentral 6:12
5 The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu It's Grim Up North 6:52
6 The KLF America: What Time Is Love? 8:36
7 The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu Deep Shit [The Cult Of MU] (7" Mix) 22:31
8 The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu It's Grim Up North London (Full Moon Scientist Remix 2)
Remix – Full Moon ScientistVocals – Charlie Walsh


For Promotional Use Only
Not For Resale
P+C 2012 KLF Communications
Made In England

Other data Dedicated to the memory of Kevin 'The Brigadier' Walsh

Sticker on front is '1987-2012 What The F*** Have We Done?' or 'JAMs Have A Party'
There is a hidden 18 minute track that starts at 3:40 of track seven

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: EP1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AAHP1

Comments: (18)
This was my first of the R&R series and I still treasure it. Especially the Chill-Out-Remix (if it can be called like that) is absolutely amazing! Besides, the FMS-Remix of IGUN and the LTTT-Version are top notch!
As The Man says, definitely the best of the EPs. Lovely trip here, especially Deep Shit.
I can only say:Get them all!They're all essential!
Wow! KLF were already timeless with their music. But this cd is highly welcome in my collection. Glad I could get a hold of a copy of this collection.
I've never heard this record but these chorus of praise make me wonder if this is just another coup by Mr. Drummond and Mr. Cauty to get a new No. 1 Record ;-)
Spotted this on ebay a few months back while doing my monthly 'look for interesting KLF releases' , and track 8 piqued my interest, as although I'm pretty sure I have the other seven tunes on vinyl (apart from track seven, which I have on MP3) this one was new to me. And its pretty good ! My London geography is pretty poor, so the re-vocalisation (if thats a word) detailing various bouroughs may not match the 'grimness' of the places mentioned in the original, but along with the remix, the whole lot hangs together well, and is a worthy addition to the ongoing KLF musical universe. Well worth getting hold of in my opinion.
1987-2012 What The F*** Have Jams Done? well they made History on music and this EP is great comp to show some parts of that history,the world (MU)sure would be different without these tracks in his different versions.Big Surprises may surprise the younger listeners and push back the sheep fields to older fans,this ep is so nice and essential for ambient electronical new modern classical love trancers old skool ravers in this world,maybe some aliens from lost worlds listened on their ufo´s too...who knows!!!
I already loved EPs 2 - 5 but this one beats everything. Apart from the usual perfect sound quality this issue reveals quite some surprises including an alternative take on the Iron Horse / Benio Mixes of LTTT and a very rare Chill Out remix which is a wonderful listen. Apart from that the "EP" has a very nice flow and is actually more of an album that shows the whole stylistic range the KLF have shown during their career, from the early house "experiments" via the ambient / pure trance phase towards the commercially successful phase. The highlight for me is the inclusion of the impossibly to get "Deep Shit". The Full Moon Scientist Mix is also a welcome surprise and plays with samples from KLF history, very well-done. A perfect end to an essential series that truly stands out.
Monumental, Sublime and About Time! Cd1 is like a pick n mix of the Greatest Bits. Starting where they left off with "America No More". Still a deeply moving piece. To the lip glossed whore that was "America What Time Is Love" This CD shows just why KLF were so Important and Great. You go from the joyous sampled house beat of "Burn The Beat" (pre: White Room era?) to the hoofing beats and aural treats of "It's Grim Up North" Then there's a gorgeous and Long alternative take from "Chill Out" . Ending with an uplifting and mighty retake on "It's Grim Up North (London)" Plus of course some early mixes of "What Time Is Love" and "Last Train to Trancentral" Possibly the highlights here. Listen to that GORGEOUS Original Analogue Sound! Put this CD on the school currriculum. Show and Tell ALL the kids! Then go hunt out the other 6 CDs that come around its release. It's a JOY. It's an Education. It's a document to a time when music was... just so! Man oh man, did we all ever Party. This is the soundtrack. Everybody Flashback. Now go forward and get All the CDs! Huuuuuuge!
it doesnt get any better than this ... it really is grim up north, and i shoudl know i was born in Lytham..... St Annes.
Excellent stuff - really enjoyed this - just a shame the back catalogue isn't huge. Good things come in small packages mind you :)
ANY KLF collector without the full set of KLF EP 1,2,3,4,5 is missing out on true PERFECTION of what KLF is about.EP No 1 is truely out standing,cd is full packed 70 minute's of pure KLF !!!Get them before they are gone. REMEMBER to turn your BASS level to MAX !!!...
Outstanding collection of tracks. Should be an essential piece of any Jams/KLF fans collection. This material is timeless - think I've found the soundtrack for my Summer!
I have been waiting so long for this EP, easily the best one out of such a cool collection from these masters!Long live the KLF!!! :-)
A perfect end to an amazing 5 E.P set. Deep shit & the hidden track put a huge smile on my face can't recommend this highly enough! Many thanks to all involved in completing this great set.
This EP1,the latest in the series lives up the other EP's and could even be better than the rest as it has exclusive material with Deep Shit & It's Grim Up North London as well as the Space mix of WTIL.If you can source the other EP's they are well worth a purchase.The cd's artwork mirrors the early 12" trance mixes and have nice little stickers on them! The recording quality is excellent also.I know I am leaving a review on this cd but really I recommend all of them.The KLF may have left the music business but with this cd,the music lives on!
At last the wait is over,a full 10/10 for this edition the production is faultless it's great to hear proper EQ'd and cleaned versions of all the tracks.All the tracks hear sound brand new,and the Grim Up North London track is worth a purchase on it's own.As always the best is saved til last!!
Easilly the best of the 5 EPs, an 18 minute hidden track starts at 3:40 of track 7, also features a stunning remix by 'Full Moon Scientist' featuring vocals by the late Kevin Walsh's son Charlie Walsh.I've never really been that impressed with the old remixes of KLF tracks by other artists but this 'Full Moon Scientist' remix keeps the vibe and humour of the original tracks and brings them smack up to date in 2012.1987 - 2012 What the f*** have we done? Indeed!
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