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F**K the Millenium

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All-Reviews.com Music Review: F**K the Millenium

Artist: 2K
Genre: Rock/Pop, Techno/Electronica
Release Date: November 1997
Note(s): This is a CD Single


Review by DjBatman
3 stars out of 4

The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu aka The KLF aka Rockman Rock and Kingboy D in one of their many aliases... this  is a sort of anniversary release: ten years after their seminal '1987', Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty indulge in self-celebration, and recycle their universally known rave anthem 'What time is love?' for the nth time. Oh well, so maybe it's *not* really essential as the 1988 or 1991 versions of the same track... but it's definitely not the ordinary kind of remix track...! Track two isn't even 2K: this is Acid Brass aka the Williams Fairey Band (a brass band!) performing rave hits under the direction of Jeremy Deller (an Acid Brass album also appeared on Blast First/Mute, and as explained in the liner notes, the 2K project evolved directly from Deller's idea). Mark Manning (Drummond's pal also known as Zodiac Mindwarp or simply Z) is also featured, and so is another usual KLF partner, Gimpo. Various bits of old JAMS albums resurface at some point in the mix, renewed for the next millennium... Hey! Did I say 'millennium'!?!? Just ***k the millennium!!!

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