The KLF ‎– Chill Out

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KLF Communications ‎– JAMS LP5, KLF Communications ‎– JAMSLP5
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Brownsville Turnaround On The Tex-Mex Border 1:47
A2 Pulling Out Of Ricardo And The Dusk Is Falling Fast 1:29
A3 Six Hours To Louisiana, Black Coffee Going Cold 3:01
A4 Dream Time In Lake Jackson 2:35
A5 Madrugada Eterna 7:40
A6 Justified And Ancient Seems A Long Time Ago 1:08
A7 Elvis On The Radio, Steel Guitar In My Soul 3:01
B1 3AM Somewhere Out Of Beaumont 9:24
B2 Witchita Lineman Was A Song I Once Heard 5:56
B3 Trancentral Lost In My Mind 1:16
B4 The Lights Of Baton Rouge Pass By 3:34
B5 A Melody From A Past Life Keeps Pulling Me Back 1:41
B6 Rock Radio Into The Nineties And Beyond 1:26
B7 Alone Again With The Dawn Coming Up 0:16

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Credits

Notes

The KLF would like to thank Evil Graham Lee, Elvis Presley, Nick Coler, Jesus loves you, Fleetwood Mac, Acker Bilk and all other communicators around the world who contributed to this album.

Used Samples:
'Crossing Bells And Horn With Electric Train Pass'
'Short Freight Train Pass'
'F18 Diamond Fly-By'
'Dodge Van Starts, Drives Out'
'Surf'
All taken from Authentic Sound Effects Volume 2 (Elektra Records).

American, British and Russian radio stations are heard throughout the album; BBC pips and a jingle from Tommy Vance's Friday Rock Show on BBC Radio 1 ("Rock radio into the nineties and beyond").

A7: 'In The Ghetto' performed by Elvis Presley.
B1: 'Albatross' and 'Oh Well' both performed by Fleetwood Mac and 'After The Love' performed by Jesus Loves You.
B4: 'Pacific' performed by 808 State.
B6 : 'Stranger On The Shore' performed by Acker Bilk and 'Eruption' performed by Van Halen.

Although unstated, all additional writing credits refer to the samples used.

Recorded live at Trancentral

℗&© 1990 KLF Communications
Made in England

Cat# on labels: JAMSLP5
Cat# on front sticker, rear sleeve, and spine: JAMS LP5

Album has been bootlegged (probably in The Netherlands) in year 2000.

Some copies have sticker on outer sleeve "The KLF CHILL OUT file under Ambient JAMS LP5" with barcode 5017139310059 and KLF Communications logo

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5017139310059
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching, Variant 1): JAMSLP 5 A1 PR-P C
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching, Variant 1): JAMSLP 5 B1 PR-P C
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching, Variant 2): JAMSLP 5 A1 PR-P A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching, Variant 2): JAMSLP 5 B1 PR-P B
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching, Variant 3): JAMSLP 5 A1 PR-P D
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching, Variant 3): JAMSLP 5 B1 PR-P D
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching, Variant 4): JAMSLP 5 A1 PR-P F
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching, Variant 4): JAMSLP 5 B1 PR-P H

Other Versions (5 of 20) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TVT 7155 The KLF Chill Out(Cass, Album) TVT Records TVT 7155 USA & Canada 1990 Sell This Version
TVT 7155-2 The KLF Chill Out(CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial, Jew) TVT Records, Wax Trax! Records TVT 7155-2 Unknown Sell This Version
WAXCS 7155 The KLF Chill Out(Cass, Album) Wax Trax! Records WAXCS 7155 US 1991 Sell This Version
WAX 7155 The KLF Chill Out(LP, Album) Wax Trax! Records WAX 7155 US 1990 Sell This Version
WAXCD 7155 The KLF Chill Out(CD, Album) Wax Trax! Records WAXCD 7155 US 1991 Sell This Version

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Corazon_saints

Corazon_saints

January 30, 2016

Some of these have stickers 'file under Ancient' rather than 'file under Ambient'. Great pressing quality on this original version.
pyenapple

pyenapple

December 10, 2015
Can anyone speak to the differences between versions? Aren't there slight variations in the tracklisting, track lengths, etc? I thought I'd heard that...but maybe it was rumors.
TomHam

TomHam

December 8, 2015
The mixtape before people actually sold mixtapes ..... now it's all the rage
peninamezei

peninamezei

June 22, 2015
One of the very best chill-out albums
obionekenjobi

obionekenjobi

June 8, 2014
This is probably one of the most original & best albums ever made, I didn't hear this brillant masterpeice till 1999. I got a copy on import out of Piccadily Records in Manchester, when I asked the guy behind the counter was it any good he's reply was "it's alright"(what a dick). When I got home and played it I was totally blown away, I'd never heard anything like it in my life. As soon as it finished I rolled a herbal jazz cig turned my stereo full wack and played it again. This album will never be betterd, I can't belive the book 1001 albums to hear before you die picked The White Room instead of this.IDIOTS.
2ManyDJs

2ManyDJs

January 31, 2013

I loved this when it was released and it was something new to me with the most incredible feeling of being transported away from the rave scene. Upon listening to it again fully now in 2013 I realise just how well it has aged, an engaging beautiful soundtrack with just enough of the KLF singles spliced into it to elevate them from the media stereotype of pranksters to genuine musical force. A stunning album.
wakanagary

wakanagary

September 3, 2012
edited over 4 years ago

A splendid mosaic of sounds. A really unique trip by one of the greatests electronic music duo.
K_Stefan

K_Stefan

August 19, 2012
edited over 2 years ago

Dr. Alex Paterson of The Orb said he was DJ'ing on this record but wasn't credited. Kris Weston of The Orb said he didn't.
NicScarlet

NicScarlet

December 21, 2011
An absolute masterpiece. Anyone with the tiniest, most fleeting interest in Electronica should own this album..