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                      K.L.F. COMMUNICAIONS INFO' SHEET NINE.
 
         The information contained in this sheet is correct as of
         June 1990.
         Drummond  and  Cauty have returned from  their  creative
         works  outing to The Island of Jura,  off the West coast
         of  Scotland,  and  are  currently  in  the  process  of
         "Compiling  and  Collating" the material they  collected
         there.  What  form  this will take and when it  will  be
         presented to the public is still yet unclear.
 
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         Below  are  the two press releases  that  accompany  the
         promotional  copies  of K.L.F.  Communications next  two
         record  releases.  The  first one is an extract  from  a
         sometime  serial  about a fictional character  known  as
         Distribution  Girl.  She  lives on the fringes  of  "the
         scene"    and   for   some   reason   gets   sent    all
         K.L.F. Communications promotional material.
 
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         "SPACE" by SPACE.  Release date, 16th July 1990.
 
         Distribution Girl - Part Five.
         June  1990.  The  Party is over.  What is left of the  E
         Generation have all gone off to Glastonbury.
         Distribution  Girl sits on the floor  alone.  It's  3.23
         A.M..  The  T.V.  lies broken in the corner.   An  empty
         record  deck  spins  silently by her bed.  Last   year's
         flyers lie scattered across the floor.
 
         "Was  there  any point to any of it." was a half  formed
         thought that almost drifted across her brain.
         She  picks  up the unopened album  mailer.   She already
         knows whats inside.  Can she be bothered opening it? She
         does.  A  K.L.F.  Communications Promo' L.P.  and  press
         release.   She   shuffles  off  to bed.    Lying   there
         she attempts to read the press release.
 
         "SPACE".  A  FORTY MINUTE ROLLERCOASTER RIDE AROUND  THE
         SOLAR   SYSTEM,   WRITEN    AND  PRODUCES  BY   J.CAUTY.
         ORIGINALLY  INTENDED TO BE THE ORB'S  DEBUT  ALBUM.  NOW
         SIMPLY  "SPACE" BY SPACE FOLLOWING THE SPLIT OF THE  ORB
         IN APRIL 1990.
 
         "How boring, another group splits"
 
         The press release rants on. The odd line caught her eye.
 
         CONCEPT ALBUM...
         AMBIENT HOUSE SPECTACULAR....
         SOLAR ERUPTIONS.....
 
         "As  if  anybody is going to be interested at this  late
         stage."
 
 
         THE ULTIMATE TRIP...
         TWO  TWELVE YEAR OLD CHILDREN ARE ACCIDENTALLY  LAUNCHED
         INTO SPACE....
         MERCURY.  VENUS.  MARS.  SATURN. URANUS. PLUTO. JUPITER.
         NEPTUNE.....
         A VIRTUAL REALITY SOUND TRACK......
 
         She puts on her headphones.  Lets the needle drop on the
         record. Pulls the light cord above her bed and lies back
         info the darkness.
 
         Thirty  five minutes later Distribution Girl is hurtling
         through  the Void.  Re-entering the Earth's Stratosphere
         at  thirty  six  thousand  M.P.H.  Her  bed  is  shaking
         violently.  The  room  is spinning out of  control.  She
         tries  to reach for the record player but it has  turned
         into  a bank of Retro Rocket Booster Controls.  The  Re-
         entry roar is almost too loud for even her ears to take.
         Finally  sucked from her capsule,  Distribution Girl  is
         falling  through the clouds.  The only sound is that  of
         her  heart  beat.  The Pacific Ocean is  approaching  at
         twenty three feet per second.
 
         Plop.
 
 
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         "WHAT TIME IS LOVE? (Live At Trancentral)" by The K.L.F.
         featuring The Children Of The Revolution.  KLF 004X.
         Release date 16th July 1990.
 
         "What  Time is Love?" The Anthem of last Summers  raves.
         Although  it  never  crossed over  into  the  mainstream
         charts,  it  spawned numerous cover versions and sound a
         likes.
         Earlier  this  year The K.L.F.  threw a party  at  their
         H.Q.,  Trancentral,  where  they performed a version  of
         "What  Time  Is Love?" with M.C.  Bello from The  Outlaw
         Posse,  Manda  from  The Beatmasters and  various  other
         members of The Children of the Revolution.
         A  recording of this event is to be released.  It is  as
         far removed from the original,  pure trance classic,  as
         to make any comparison pointless.
         This version is everything the original wasn't.
         The original was all this could never be,.
         Whether  it  is  a  chart bound sound  or  just  another
         document in the unfolding K.L.F.  story,  is for someone
         else to decide.
 
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         As usual there will be the odd unannounced performances.
         The  only official one will be happening on The Isle  of
         Rhodes in early July.

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