By JMR Higgs
They have been the best-selling singles band on the earth. they'd awards, credibility, advertisement good fortune and artistic freedom.
They deleted their files, erased themselves from musical background and burnt their final million kilos in a boathouse at the Isle of Jura.
And they couldn’t say why.
This is the tale of The KLF, informed in the course of the principles that drove them. it's a tale approximately Carl Jung, Alan Moore, Robert Anton Wilson, Ken Campbell, Dada, Situationism, Discordianism, magic, chaos, punk, rave and the alchemical symbolism of surgeon Who.
Wildly unauthorised and completely in contrast to the other track biography, ‘KLF: Chaos Magic song Money’ is a trawl via chaos at the path of a pretty unintended mythology.
"By a long way the simplest ebook this 12 months, tremendous, discursive and wise." - Ben Goldacre
“Book of the Century. so much pop biographies are a lifeless patchwork of clippings - this can be whatever else.” – Rob Manuel, B3ta
"Might good be the easiest tune ebook of the 2010s... eccentric, strange, complicated, hilarious and greater than a bit pretentious yet totally impossible to resist and absolutely brilliant." - The Quietus
“Contender for e-book of the year.” – Greg Taylor, day-by-day Grail
“This ebook is sort of a KLF tune. It takes every kind of junk and nonsense and smashes it jointly into whatever that not just is smart yet is weirdly beautiful.” – El Dink
“[Higgs] has channelled the spirit of Robert Anton Wilson within the type of a rock biography and invented a brand new style alongside the way.” – CJ Stone, writer of ‘The Trials of Arthur’ and ‘Fierce Dancing’
“So reliable it truly made me believe queasy.” - Magda Knight, Mookychick