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The KLF – America: What Time Is Love?
(KLF Communications Records  1992  KLFUSA4X)
Matrix No’s: A2/B2 – UK Pressing

Vinyl in Nr MINT condition
(there are some surface marks visible on the vinyl when held up to the light but they don’t affect the sound quality)

Sleeve in Excellent/Very Good condition
– some wear to edges/corners & some marks in bottom right corner

What Time Is Love?” is a song released, in different mixes, as a series of singles by the band The KLF. It featured prominently and repeatedly in their output from 1988 to 1992 and, under the moniker of 2K, in 1997. In its original form, the track was an instrumental acid house anthem; subsequent reworkings, with vocals and additional instrumentation, yielded the international hit singles “What Time Is Love? (Live at Trancentral)” (1990) and “America: What Time Is Love?” (1991), which respectively reached # 5 and # 4 in the UK Singles Chart and introduced The KLF to a mainstream international audience.


The three reworkings of the track were written and produced by Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty. Cauty also receives credit for playing electric guitar, bass, drums and keyboards on “America…”, and Drummond for playing Gibson 330 on that version. Additional contributors to “What Time Is Love? (Live at Trancentral)” and “America: What Time Is Love?” included:

  • Cressida Cauty – backing vocals (“America: What Time Is Love?”)
  • Echo & the Bunnymen – remixing for “What Time Is Love? (Remodelled & Remixed)”
  • Glenn Hughes – The Voice of Rock (“America: What Time Is Love?”)
  • Isaac Bello – rap (for which co-writing credit is given)
  • Mark “Spike” Stent – mix engineer
  • Nick Coler – keyboards, programming and orchestral arrangement (“America: What Time Is Love?”)
  • Scott Piering – narration (“America: What Time Is Love?”)
  • Tony Thorpe – breaks, remixing for “What Time Is Love? (Remodelled & Remixed)”
  • Wanda Dee – vocal sample “I wanna see you sweat” (for which co-writing credit is given)


A   America: What Time Is Love?

Arranged By [Orchestra] – Nick Coler Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards – Rockman Rock* Featuring [Groove Consultant] – Tony Thorpe Mixed By – Mark ‘Spike’ Stent* Programmed By – Andy Wright Rap – Bello B Recorded By [Additional] – I. Richardson* Vocals [America] – Carolyn Hargreaves, Karl Morgan, Mark J. Luther Vocals [I Wanna See You Sweat] – Wanda Dee Vocals [Mu Mu] – Katie Kissoon, P.P. Arnold Vocals [Ooohs] – Lindz E. Love Vocals [The Voice Of Rock] – Glenn Hughes Vocals [Wild Yelps & Ooohs] – Cressida (2) Voice [Closing Narration] – Melissa Belland Voice [Introductory Narration] – Scott Piering Written-By – I. Bello*, L. McFarland*

B   America No More

Bagpipes – Charles Galloway, George Smith (2), Gilbert Hassle, James Caution, Robert Mackintosh, Robert Murphy Computer [Atari] – Rockman Rock* Drums [Big] – John Ridley Drums [Side] – William Budge Guitar [Gibson 330] – King Boy D Mixed By [Additional], Recorded By [Additional] – J, ‘Jimbob’ Wheatley*


Weight 1.00000000 kg


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