Top positive review
Few too many tangents, but very well written.
on 2 September 2017
Be warned; if you're looking for a straightforward account of the history of The KLF, this is not the book for you. Higgs shoots off on whatever tangent catches his fancy to try and put this unique group in context. Personally, there's only so much I can read on Situationism, Operation Mindfuck and MindSpace before my eyes start to glaze over. The upside is that the parts covering the band itself, namely Drummond and Cauty, are absolutely fascinating. Some of their antics are so utterly bizarre, and crazy, it's amazing they weren't locked up long ago. If you're in the mood for something a bit different, give this book a go, it's well worth your time.