The KLF – SHAG TIMES Promo Poster – A3 170gsm Poster Reproduction – Unframed – Literal Reenactment
In January 1989, a full-page advert was placed in The Catalogue for the double album Shag Times and the book, The Manual (How to Have a Number One the Easy Way).
Released in January 1989 (see 1989 in music), Shag Times includes a selection of The JAMs’ singles and album tracks, followed by The Timelords’ “Doctorin’ the Tardis”. The remainder of the album consists of tracks originally by The JAMs, The Timelords and Disco 2000, remixed by and credited to The KLF. These KLF remixes were produced in 1988 by Drummond and Cauty, with engineering by Ian Richardson and programming by Nick Coler. The compilation showcases The JAMs’ characteristic sample-driven hip hop and bastard pop, and in equal measure, it introduces the minimalistic house sound of The KLF that characterised their subsequent “Pure Trance” releases “What Time Is Love” and “3 a.m. Eternal”.
The Manual (How to have a number one the easy way) was a legendary book released by Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond following the worldwide success of Doctorin’ the Tardis by The Timelords (aka The KLF / Justified Ancients of MuMu)
This faithful recreation of the advert was produced from scratch with pin-sharp vector imagery.
Available in rollable 170gsm paper and dispatched in a cardboard tube to keep safe in transit.
It does NOT include a frame, which is available here
In January 1989, a full-page advert was placed in The Catalogue for the double album Shag Times and the book, The Manual (How to Have a Number One the Easy Way), this is a High-Quality 170gsm reproduction print, produced on silk paper.
Black Text with White Background
Professionally printed on 170gsm Silk Paper.
Dispatched rolled in a cardboard tube.