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Artist:KLF
Desc:The version with Maxine Harvey providing the main vocals instead of Tammy Wynette.
Category:Music Videos, Electronic Dance Industrial Ambient
Tags:KLF, house music, acid house, extended
Submitted:sasazuka
Date:04/17/14
Views:976
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Comment count is 7
infinite zest - 2014-04-17
awesome! Thanks for sharing. Never heard this version before.
sasazuka - 2014-04-17
MusiquePlus in Quebec would play the Tammy Wynette version on television (since it had the video), but I swear this is the version of the song I would usually hear on radio, except cut down to radio length. I'm not sure if this version was made so they didn't have to split the over-the-air royalties with Tammy Wynette or what.

infinite zest - 2014-04-18
It's embarrassing to admit, but I got into the KLF in the good ol' days of 2005 or so.

badideasinaction - 2014-04-20
I liked what I'd heard of them at the time, but I gotta admit I didn't know/appreciate how barking mad they were until much later.

sasazuka - 2014-04-21
Are KLF crazy? I always took their schtick as being part mystical prophets of the lost land of Mu Mu and part elaborate comedy act. I'm not gonna say I'm a huge follower of the band, I know this song and "3am Eternal" and that's about it really.

Belief in the lost continent of Mu is an actual thing, though. I thought it was some kind of ancient African oral tradition, but it's actually relatively recent. (Link to Wikipedia.)

http://goo.gl/5qfVyx

sasazuka - 2014-04-21
Or, maybe not so much "belief", more like occult writings from James Churchward. I don't know how seriously people take the Mu folktale.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Churchward

StanleyPain - 2014-04-18
I'm almost positive this version was on the Maxi single, which is somewhere in my buried boxes of CDs.
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