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Justified & Ancient (Remixes) - 5 track EP Single, Limited Edition, EP


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Audio CD, Single, Limited Edition, January 20, 1992
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KLF Justified & Ancient (Original 1991 UK 5-track CD single including Stand By The Jams featuring sample lead vocals by Tammy Wynette The White Room Version All Bound For Mu Land Make Mine A 99 and Let Them Eat Ice Cream complete with icecream van picture sleeve KLF99CD)

1. Justified and Ancient [Stand by the Jams]
2. Justified and Ancient [The White Room Version]
3. Justified and Ancient [All Bound for Mu Mu Land]
4. Justified and Ancient [Make Mine a "99"]
5. Justified and Ancient [Let Them Eat Ice Cream]

Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 20, 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Limited Edition, EP
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B00000DORG
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,881 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Get What We Give VINE VOICE on March 15, 2004
In an interview, Bill Drummond of the KLF said he was very much influenced by U.S. country and blues music as he grew up in England. His favorite performer was Tammy Wynette.
Now ol' Bill Drummond didn't exactly crank out country OR blues -in fact he created some serious punk/acid house and later dance music. Here is where the story gets sketchy. Either Bill Drummond called Tammy Wynette, or Tammy Wynette's manager called Drummond.
Regardless, what happened was a collaboration that had implications of the most bizarre kind. Tammy Wynette, one of the greatest American country singers ever performed the vocals on one of the most seriously silly of all dance songs: "Justified and Ancient".
Just who are these Mu Mu's? And why do they drive an Ice cream van?
Regardless, Tammy Wynette found her largest popular audience in performing this song and sadly died soon thereafer. However, we can look upon this song with fondness as a performer who wanted to reach out beyond her roots and her bread and butter - to take a chance - and WHAT a CHANCE it WAS!
Thanks for the fun Tammy!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Music Man on February 2, 2005
Hey i remember hearing this in an arcade the mall and i used to play it out! I think some kids even got mad but I didn't care. What i really loved about this song was the bass in the bridge part. That booming beat was infectious with me and i still can't get over it. If you ever heard this song, hear it on a quality stereo with subwoofers and TURN THAT MOTHER UP! cause this song should be played at MAX! YEAH!

I also thought it was cool that Tammy Wynette sang on it. Very cool move for her. I never really understood the song and still don't but man when i hear that bass line it just takes me back!

I've never heard a song like this one since. And probably never will. RIP Tammy and ROCK ON KLF!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ashtar Command on August 14, 2013
"Justified & Ancient (Stand by the Jams)" is easily one of the more bizarre pop songs ever recorded. The KLF, really a avantgarde art collective, somehow managed to convince country icon Tammy Wynette to sing the lead vocals on this tune, with lines such as "They call me up in Tennessee, they say: Tammy, stand by the Jams" or "They're justified and they're ancient, they drive an ice cream van". Presumably the flamboyant vehicle at the CD cover.

I mean, where *is* Operation Repo when you really need them? Wonder whip, anyone? Something tells me you won't find this song (a number one hit in many nations) on Tammy Wynette's best of collections, LOL.

The other songs on this EP are just as absurd as the title song. You have been warned.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Westie on April 17, 2014
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Had to buy this CD was a Big hit back in the day for me and still enjoy it today
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Industrial Dance-House meets New Wave-Rave in "JUSTIFIED & ANCIENT" BY KLF & TAMMY WYNETTE!! Brings me back to the days of hanging out near the pinball machine; Wendy's Chocolate "Frosty" in hand, of course ...
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By wabut on January 14, 2011
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So glad I was able to find this CD. It was the mix made with Tammy Wynette that I couldn't find any where else!
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