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The KLF - The White Room Album

The KLF - The White Room Album
Performer: The KLF
Title: The White Room
Country: Russia
Genre: Electronic
Style:Deep House, Techno, Downtempo
Catalog number: MTL 112
Label: Music For The People
MP3 album szie: 2003 mb
FLAC album size: 1639 mb


1The White Room
Backing Vocals – Black Steel, Maxine HarveyKeyboards – Nick ColerScat – Black Steel
2What Time Is Love? (LP Mix)
Rap – Isaac BelloSampler [Breaks] – Lenny Dee, Tony ThorpeSynthesizer [303 Acid Factor] – Major MalfunktionSynthesizer [808's & 909's] – Manda BeatmasterVoice [Ooohs] – Cressida , Lindz E. Love
3Make It Rain
Keyboards – Nick ColerSampler [Breaks, Samples] – Tony ThorpeSaxophone [Tenor] – Duy KhiemVocals – Maxine Harvey
4Build A Fire
Backing Vocals – Maxine HarveyGuitar [Pedal Steel] – "Evil" Graham LeeKeyboards – Nick Coler
53 A.M. Eternal (Live At The S.S.L.)
Backing Vocals – Ian Richardson, Micky Wilson, Nick ColerClarinet – Duy KhiemKeyboards – Nick ColerRap – RicardoSampler [Breaks] – Tony ThorpeVocals – Maxine HarveyVoice ["Are You Ready", "Here We Go"] – Ashanti
6Last Train To Trancentral (LP Mix)
Backing Vocals – Maxine HarveyKeyboards – Nick ColerRap – RicardoVocals – Black Steel
7No More Tears
Bass – Black SteelKeyboards – Nick ColerPiano – Black SteelSampler [Breaks, Samples] – Tony ThorpeVocals – Black Steel, Maxine Harvey
8Church Of The KLF
Backing Vocals – Katie Kisson, P.P. ArnoldKeyboards – Nick ColerVocals – Maxine Harvey
9Justified And Ancient
Bass – Black SteelKeyboards – Nick ColerSampler [Break] – Tony ThorpeVocals – Black Steel


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JAMS LP006The KLF The White Room ‎(LP, Album)KLF CommunicationsJAMS LP006UK1991
INT 145.549The KLF The White Room ‎(LP, Album)Blow Up, KLF CommunicationsINT 145.549Germany1991
AS-099The KLF The White Room ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)ASTAAS-099PolandUnknown
656 674-4The KLF The White Room ‎(Cass, Album)ToCo International656 674-4Brazil1991
656 674-2The KLF The White Room ‎(CD, Album)Indisc656 674-2Belgium1991


  • DesignPower Unlimited
  • Mastered ByAaron Chakraverty
  • Mixed ByJ. Gordon Hastings (tracks: A2, A4 to B4), Mark "Spike" Stent (tracks: A1, A3), The KLF
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Jeremy Wheatley (tracks: A3)
  • Photography By [Cover]Schoerner
  • Photography By [Sheep]Phil Ward
  • Producer, Performer, Programmed ByThe KLF
  • Programmed By [Additional]Nick Coler


Samples used:

"I Wanna See You Sweat" - Wanda D (Tuff City Records)
"Kick Out The Jams" - The MC5 (Elektra Records)
"Mu Mu's" - P.P. Arnold, Katie Kisson (KLF Communications)
"Thank You, Thank You" Crowd Noise - The Doors (Elektra Records)

Crowd Noise - U2 "Rattle & Hum" (Island Records)
Crowd Noise - The Doors "Absolutely Live" (Elektra Records)
"Say Yeah" - Stevie Wonder (Tamala Motown)
"Pump A Little Harder" - The Moody Boys (XL Records)

"KLF Aha Aha" - P.P. Arnold (KLF Communications)
"Ancients Of Mu Mu" - Chike (KLF Communications)
"Ladies And Gentlemen..." - Scott Piering (Appearing)
Crowd Noise - Haircut 100 Live Recording (Unreleased)

Crowd Noise - The Doors "Absolutely Live" (Elektra Records)
Crowd Noise - U2 "Rattle & Hum" (Island Records)

Rolling Stock - The KLF "Chill Out" (KLF Communications)
Crowd Noise - The Doors "Absolutely Live" (Elektra Records)
Crowd Noise - U2 "Rattle & Hum" (Island Records)

Trumpet Line - King Tubby (Trojan Records)


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  • Matrix / Runout: MTL 112

Short intro

This is the North American release of The KLF's The White Room album, released by Arista Records, which included the Stand By The JAMs White Room is the fourth and final studio album by British electronic music group The KLF, released in March 1991. Originally scheduled for 1989 as the soundtrack to a film of the same name, the album's direction was changed after both the film and the original soundtrack LP were cancelled. Most tracks on the original album version are present in the final release, though in significantly remixed form. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The in album The KLF - The White Room 1991. The KLF - What Time is Love LP Mix. The KLF - Make It Rain. The KLF - 3 A. Eternal Live at the . The KLF - Church of The KLF. The KLF - Last Train to Trancentral LP Mix. The KLF - Build a Fire. The KLF - The White Room. The KLF - No More Tears. The KLF - Justified and Ancient. The White Room is, to a large extent, The KLF playing safe. Anyone whose introduction to the JAMMS-Disco 2000-Timelords-KLF saga was via the stadium house reworking of What Time Is Love last year, will be ever so pleased with this remarkably strong and cohesive LP. Tim Nicholson, Record Mirror, 2 Mar 1991 Album Of The Week. In essence, The White Room is a neat summation of Drummond and Cautys colourful history it embraces their previous JAMs-related guises while still updating the Kopyright Liberation Fronts corporate identity. Anthony Farthing, Sounds, 2 Mar 1991. In many ways,. Listen free to The KLF The White Room What Time Is Love LP mix, Make It Rain and more. 9 tracks 41:01. Often overlooked as a classic from the acid house era mostly because of the KLF's retirement one year later, The White Room represents the commercial and artistic peak of late-'80s acid-house. Track Listing. The White Room Lyrics. No More Tears Lyrics. Justified and Ancient Lyrics. About The White Room. The White Room Q&A. Featuring The Children Of The Revolution. Producers The KLF. Writers Bill Drummond, Jimmy Cauty & Ricardo Lyte. Engineer Ian Richardson & Julian Gordon-Hastings. Show all albums by The KLF. The KLF. The White Room. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space. As part of BBC Rado 6 Music celebration of the KLF, another chance to hear a programme first broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland in 2011, in which Davie Scott unravels one of music's most fascinating tales, The White Room by the KLF. Bill Drummond - son of a Church of Scotland minister - was almost 40 years old when he decided to create a 'Stadium House' band. He wanted to unite music fans with gigantic anthems. A former top music exec, he understood pop music hype and hyperbole and used that to his advantage. The White Room is a fitting if somewhat short epitaph that stands the test of time. Its futuristic musical themes are somewhat silly, but genuine musicianship makes the songs themselves quality fun. Liisa Ladouceur. Church Of The KLF ends almost immediately after its protracted intro, which is that silly monologue about love and hate with non-descript airy keyboards. The first album by The Orb co-founded by KLF member Jimi Cauty probably works better as a Musical Statement, the same inventive sampling but with less blatant pseudo-philosophizing. But the free-spiritedness of early techno also shines through on The White Room. Read more. 7 people found this helpful