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The KLF - Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix) Mp3

  • Performer: The KLF
  • Album: Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix)
  • Label: KLF Communications
  • Catalog #: ETERNA 1
  • MP3: 2348 mb | FLAC: 1401 mb
  • Released: 1990
  • Country: UK
  • Style: House
  • Rating: 4.0/5
  • Votes: 070
  • Category: Electronic
The KLF - Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix) Mp3


1Madrugada Eterna (Ambient House)
2Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix)
3Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix Edit)


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
S/N: 10157The KLF Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix) ‎(CDr, Promo)Samurai FMS/N: 10157JapanUnknown
ETERNA 1The KLF Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix) ‎(12", S/Sided, TP, Bac)KLF CommunicationsETERNA 1UK1990
ETERNITY 23The KLF Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix) ‎(12", S/Sided, Unofficial, W/Lbl)Not On Label (The KLF)ETERNITY 23UK1990
ETERNA 1The KLF Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix) ‎(12", S/Sided, TP, Bac)KLF CommunicationsETERNA 1UK1990


Many counterfeits in circulation.


Long shot but is anybody willing to part with their genuine copy of this (eterna 1)
The Madrugada Eterna track reminds strongly on Fleetwood Mac - Albatross.
Why wasn't the version that appears in the trailer for the film The White Room released? You know which one I am talking about - with that amazing squelchy acid bassline that makes you dance like a bobblehead. All I can ever find are rips from the video, and it's just not enough. I need that version in my life so badly, I can't even put it into words. A beautiful song with what sounds like it would be an amazing remix!
You are referring to the 303 mix has been added to You Tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWoueoTDb14
The version you are describing (wrongly linked to this release as a video of the club mix edit) was probably put together by Jimmy Cauty for the TV programme (YouTube "The KLF - Snub TV interview"). It was certainly never released commercially and I have not come across a longer version in my decades of collecting the KLF. The only CD that contains this version is the White Room Original Motion Picture Soundtrack bootleg where it is listed as Madrugada Eterna (303 Mix - Excerpt), but be warned that is also taken from the Snub TV interview and possibly the afore mentioned YouTube video might be even better quality.
Some questions about this:Is the Club Mix Edit simply a shorter or single-edited version of the Club Mix?Is the "Ambient House" the version from the "Kylie Said To Jason" CD Single or the "Chill Out" Album?Is the "Club Mix" the same as on the 1-sided bootleg 12"Thanks for your researches and answers :)
How do you tell the boot from the real thing.
The boot has a different cat no. - ETERNITY 23. The real thing is ETERNA 1, so check the runout groove.
Thanks, mine is the bootleg
The runout groove, the bootleg has cat no. Eternity 23
Early Waffle
It's unlikely that I'll ever acquire a copy of this (unless by some small miracle it gets a full release nearly twenty five years later) but ever since I first heard Madrugada Eterna on Chill Out, I'm still happy to hear the lp version on an almost infinite loop and also in it's various guises. Whilst I have a copy of the faux Italian counterfeit pressing which only has the Club Mix, I seem to vaguely remember hearing the Ambient House mix somewhere online but can't find it now; wish someone would upload it to YouTube...
According to the Rare Record Price Guide 2008, the official "original" version of this is only a one sided 12" white label. This release is one track on the slab and is Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix) and that's it!! The funny thing is that 6 were only pressed, ever! Just be careful before parting with your hard earned cash that the price your paying is for the genuine rare rare article. There are counterfeits around so choose wisely.
Most counterfeits are easily spotted as they have the matrix no. "ETERNITY 23". That is a one-sided version. The 3 track "ETERNA 1" version is genuine, although there may be one-sided test pressings of the same.
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