Car Crash Music T.V: Brit Awards Memories (Part 2)


The Brit Awards is the U.K. record industry’s annual exercise in mutual back slapping. Unfortunately, as the Brits organizers have discovered, pop stars aren’t always on their best behaviour.


After playing a ramshackle thrash metal version of their dance/pop smash hit “3 A.M. Eternal” with Extreme Noise Terror, K.L.F’s Bill Drummond proceeded to machine gun the audience using blank ammunition before announcing that they had left the music industry. They then delivered a freshly slaughtered sheep to the post awards party with a note saying “I Died For You”.

KLF at the 1992 Brit awards


Here’s a link to the live performance.


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