Moo Moo Land

Nothing tonight but artists I’ve already posted songs by before. I’m going to have to start expanding my musical horizons or this blog is going to become the “KLF, Depeche Mode and New Order Blog.”

Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but whatever.


All Bound For Mu Mu Land
Make Mine A “99”
Stand By The Jams (Featuring Miss Tammy Wynette)
Let Them Eat Ice Cream
I’ve been looking for this single for a very long time and was elated to finally find it at that record show last weekend. The idea of The KLF collaborating with Tammy Wynette always intrigued me and the final product between the two does not disappoint. Essentially a remixed version of ‘Justified & Ancient’ (as are all of these tracks) it shows that there was room for down-home country in Mu Mu Land…whatever the fuck that is.

Was (Not Was)
Tell Me That I’m Dreaming (Traditional Remixed Version)
Tell Me That I’m Dreaming (Souped-Up Version)
Out Come The Freaks (Extended Version)
Man, these guys were weird. This stuff is strangely dated and ahead of its time all at once.

Debbie Harry
Backfired (Extended Version)
This was a single off of Harry’s solo debut Kookoo. I’ve never given Kookoo a listen, most people I know that have say that it peaks with with its great H.R. Giger cover art and goes downhill from there. This track is fun but also comes off as an obvious attempt to recreate the magic from’ Rapture’.

6 Responses to “Moo Moo Land”

  1. Cygnet Committee says:

    Gracias for the Debbie Harry tune!

  2. Anonymous says:

    These tracks are still being recorded in mono.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I was just thinking about the moo moo land song. I was also thinking that I was the only one who remembered that tune.

    Thanks for the track, mang! xo

  4. Anonymous says:

    I meant the tammy wynette version. The first one sucks ass.

  5. The Lost Turntable says:

    Um…I’m glad you enjoy/hate the great/suck ass tunes?

  6. Jay says:

    LOL – Too funny LT. Yes, this album was a letdown in my humble opinion, but Debbie has many more classics. Thanks for the fantastic posts, yours is my favorite. Jay

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