KLF classics made officially available for first time in three decades
The band’s back catalogue was ‘deleted’ in 1992 and had been unavailable until the start of this year.
The KLF have uploaded some of their biggest hits to streaming platforms after their music had been officially unavailable for nearly 30 years.
Solid State Logic 1 is available on platforms including Spotify, Apple Music and Youtube.
The eight-track compilation includes the likes of 3AM Eternal, Justified & Ancient and What Time Is Love.
The influential dance music duo comprise of Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty.
While Drummond was born in South Africa, he moved to Corby from Scotland aged 11.
He later enrolled on an art foundation course at Northampton School of Art which was a predecessor of the University of Northampton.
Formed in 1987, The KLF released numerous albums, also recorded as The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu and had a number one single in 1988 as The Timelords with Doctorin’ The Tardis.
The pair deleted their entire back catalogue in 1992 and it has been officially unavailable until now.
The KLF famously ‘exited’ the music industry that year following a performance at the Brit Awards where they teamed up with grindcore act Extreme Noise Terror for a performance of 3AM Eternal.
During the performance, they fired blanks from machine guns towards the audience – before an announcement of “The KLF have left the music business” as they walked off stage.
They later left a dead sheep on the steps of an after-show party.
In August 1994, Drummond and Cauty - working together as the K Foundation - burned £1m on the Scottish island of Jura.
Posters which have been put up in London have suggested The KLF will reissue more music this year.
Solid State Logik 1 includes:
Doctorin’ The Tardis
What Time Is Love – Live at Trancentral
3AM Eternal – Live at the S.S.L.
Last Train To Trancentral – Live From The Lost Continent
It’s Grim Up North
America: What Time Is Love?
Justified & Ancient
3AM Eternal – From The Black Room (The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu vs Extreme Noise Terror)