Australian PAL version, approximate running time 30 mins.
Back inlay is labelled "Warning: This is also not the motion picture The White Room" (the earlier Waiting video by The KLF is marked "Warning: This is not The White Room").
Tracks 1-3: Live footage of The KLF performing the three "Stadium House" singles at "Woodstock, Europa" produced and directed by Bill Butt. Track 2 is the official video for Last Train To Trancentral. Tracks 1 and 3 feature performances of the songs on the same stage, set within the context of the same "cyberpunk model railway" from the Last Train video (built by Simon Cauty, Jimi's brother), giving the impression that the band, guests and dancers are performing within a giant stone "pyramid blaster" at the end of the railway line.
Track 4: "Support feature" filmed by: J. Cauty, R. Wright, R. Blythe, S. Hampston, C. Bowyer & R. 'Nude' Smith. This track is a behind-the-scenes "making of" video for tracks 1-3, with abstract visuals and soundtrack (including elements from Cauty's Space LP), but no commentary.
Other uncredited tracks are extracts of The KLF's remix of It Must Be Obvious by the Pet Shop Boys (over the opening credits) and extracts of It's Grim Up North by The JAMs (KLF) on the end credits before track 4.
Woodstock Europa is not a real event - the name is one of many references in The KLF's work taken from Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea's Illuminatus! trilogy.
50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс The KLF - Stadium house 1991 Original UKPAL version, which was available direct from KLF Communications mail order and from high street music stores. Approximate running on VHS back in 1991, this is live footage of The KLF performing 3 A. Eternal, Last Train to Trancentral, and What Time Is Love at free to The KLF Stadium House The Trilogy 3 A. Eternal, Last Train To Trancentral and more. 4 tracks . They also worked on an ambitious road movie - The White Room - which was never released although bootleg copies are in circulation. The soundtrack of The White Room was remodelled and reworked in 1991 to create the album The White Room, and the soundtracks to Waiting and The Rites of Mu were released on a 1997 CD presumed to be a bootleg called Waiting for the Rights of Mu. Stadium House The Trilogy. VHS Video - Arista 5715. Overview . Last Train to Transcentral. The KLF. What Time Is Love The KLF. blue highlight denotes track pick. Lista de faixas Ocultar Créditos. 1991 The copyright in this video recording is owned by KLF Communications under exclusive licence to EMI Records Ltd. 1991 KLF Communications. Tracks 1-3: live footage of The KLF performing the three Stadium House singles at Woodstock, Europa produced and directed by Bill Butt. Track 2 is the official video for Last Train To Trancentral. KLF Stadium House The Trilogy Rare original 1991 UK PAL video including live footage of The KLF performing 3am Eternal, Last Train To Tracentral, & What Time Is Love at Woodstock Europa, picture KLF - Stadium Houseby shaft. Playing tracks by. The KLF, One World Orchestra and Justified Ancients of MU MU. klf jamms trancentral. Been meaning to do this for years. a mix of rare versions of their most famous tracks, hopefully pulled together in to something fun and enjoyable. Børge Jensen4y ago. The KLF take you on a journey of music and artistic visuals with such sonic force, you'll have to watch it over and over. Get ready to dance
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