The KLF Vs. Extreme Noise Terror3 A.M. Eternal (Christmas Top Of The Pops 1991)

Label:KLF Communications – 3AM1
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Limited Edition
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Thrash, Experimental


A3 A.M. Eternal2:43
B3 A.M. Eternal2:43

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Reportedly not a bootleg;
this record was pressed by The KLF and given to E.N.T. in payment for their participation.
"E.N.T. K.L.F. / 3 A.M. Eternal / Christmas Top Of The Pops 1991"

Same matrix number is etched into run-out grooves, both sides.

Many copies were sold without a cover and were simply the vinyl inside of a clear plastic sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, (both sides)): MTH 0021/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, (both sides)): MTH 0021/A

Other Versions (5 of 14)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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3 A.M. Eternal (Christmas Top Of The Pops 1991) (7", Single Sided, Test Pressing)KLF CommunicationsKLF 5 T.O.T.P.UK1991
3 A.M. Eternal (Christmas Top Of The Pops 1991) (7", Single Sided)KLF CommunicationsKLF 5 T.O.T.P.UK1992
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3 A.M. Eternal (Christmas Top Of The Pops 1991) (12", Single Sided, 45 RPM)Vinyl JapanDISC 2TUK1992
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3 A.M. Eternal (Christmas Top Of The Pops 1991) (7", Single Sided, Multicoloured / Mustard)KLF CommunicationsKLF 5 T.O.T.P. A1UK1992
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3 A.M. Eternal (Christmas Top Of The Pops 1991) (7", Single Sided, Orange)KLF CommunicationsKLF 5 T.O.T.P.UK1992



  • brucifer666's avatar
    I bought this at an ENT show in London. It is as described with the plastic sleeve.
    • andypuk's avatar
      I contacted Discogs to let them know this wasn't a bootleg. Now able to sell via marketplace for any collectors wishing to sell their copies
      • KingzOfNoize's avatar
        used VG+ copy available, send a message for more details. this is not an unofficial release!
        • gomez69's avatar
          Nice mint/unplayed black vinyl copy available. Message me for details.
          • soundandlight's avatar
            Not a bootleg. Discogs needs to unblock this release. Another disc that got caught up in the mass 'block everything' from a couple of years ago.
            • andypuk's avatar
              I don't think this release should be blocked on Discogs. I purchased this from a music store when it was released in 1993.
              • SteveScanner's avatar
                I got this direct from ENT guitarist, the late Pete Hurley, in the Ipswich Pub, Mannings. Five quid - bargain.
                • Edited 18 years ago
                  This is the famed version that the KLF played live at the Brit awards. Basically its a thrash metal version and the story is is that Bill Drummond wanted to sacrifice a sheeep live on stage and throw the blood on the "upper crust" of British music. E.N.T. ( Extreme Noise Terror) being staunch vegans were completely against the idea so Drummond settled for firing a machine gun into the crowd, with blanks of course. At the end of the set the announcer broadcasted "the KLF have left the music industry" and the following day the KLF, true to their word, quit the music business and deleted theeir back catologue.

                  Their are 2 versions of this 7", one of which was available through the KLF fan club and was very limited, the other a repress, which I believe this particular issue is.


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