The KLF ‎– Last Train To Trancentral (Remix)

KLF Communications ‎– KLF 008 R, KLF Communications ‎– KLF 008R
Pure Trance – 5
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Last Train To Trancentral (Remix 1) 5:50
B Last Train To Trancentral (Remix 2) 6:45

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Colourway for this release is black, pink, and white (used in the barcode).

Runout groove, a side, measured at 2.3 cm (ish) wide. Runout groove, b side, measured at 3.5 cm (ish) wide.

Two pressing indents per side are located near the centre spindle hole. The more prominent indent being smaller in size and located inside the larger indent.

Limited to 1000 copies (another 1000 were warped and therefore destroyed); Track 2 is also known as "1989 Pure Trance Original", although it was in fact released one year later.
Bootlegs exist of this release, you can spot the bootleg by looking at the run-out groove. On the bootleg it is about 4 cm wide on each side whilst the original is thinner.

Bootleg has no barcode information on the rear of the sleeve and the "℗&©" is absent from ℗&© 1988 KLF COMMUNICATIONS...

Colourway for the bootleg is black and pink only, no white. Pink used on the bootleg is a darker shade of pink.

There is only the larger of the two pressing indents to be found either side of the bootleg version.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side - etched): KLF 8R A1 PR.P
  • Matrix / Runout (B side - etched): KLF 8R B1 PR.P
  • Barcode (pink on white background): 5 017139 200084


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February 4, 2017
Ironically ... this is the page for the official release but it has the sleeve for the bootleg. The page for the bootleg has the sleeve for the original!


October 27, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
Anyone here who can tell me how much the bootleg version is worth? How many of these bootlegs are there? For how much are they sold?


February 8, 2011
Reading the comments on this vinyl it say that 1000 warped copies were destroyed but i have 1 of the warped copies which i brought from Red Records in Beak St,Soho in 1990 they had just come off the van so they didnt all get destroyed.


March 16, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

It also needs to be noted that it is easy to spot the bootleg of this a mile off---the type on the original cover is light pink,whilst the bootleg is almost burgandy,and where it says "last train to trancentral" across the bottom of the front cover,you will notice that the "L" in trancentral cuts right into the latge "5" ,whilst on the bootleg the same l only touches the bottom of the "5".
Also the reaction sheet seemed to have been circulated more in the bootleg than the original--DONT BE FOOLED!!!!!!!!
one of my personal all time favorite ambient masterpieces.


May 31, 2003
edited over 3 years ago
A trance mix and an ambient mix, released March 1990. 12" only, only 2000 copies pressed, of which half of them were warped.
This is the "Pure Trance 5" remix 12-inch. The original was not released. Neither were "Pure Trance 3" nor "Pure Trance 4".
Notice "Go To Sleep" on "other data" on the label. The deleted 1989 album "Tunes From The White Room", the album featuring the 1989 single "Kylie Said To Jason", had a different version of "LTTT" titled "Go To Sleep". The "LTTT" remix on the "The KLF Meets The Moody Boys Uptown"
12-inch sampled "Go To Sleep". The unreleased original "Pure Trance 5" was to be titled "E-Train to Trancentral". Over And Out.