The KLF – What Time Is Love (1988)

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What’s that I hear… a high tempo electronic hook that rolls repeatedly throughout a house track. Are you sure this is 1988? A whole 4 years before Jam & Spoon set pulses racing with their ‘Stella mix’ of The Age of Love, KLF released this blinding slice of trance. And that that was an eon in the development of house music. In those intervening years, KLF visionaries Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty had become the best-selling and most innovative singles act on the planet. And then in 1992 they deleted their entire back catalogue. Pure Trance – pure style.

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2 thoughts on “The KLF – What Time Is Love (1988)

  1. Marv says:

    Great original version which is purer than the more familiar “Live At Trancentral” mix which reached no 5 in the UK charts 2 years later

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