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The returns of David Bowie, Justin Timberlake and, er, four fifths of 5ive have already made 2013 the year of the Big Pop Comeback. And joining them - in a way - are The Manual authors and Stadium House troublemakers The Klf. Back in 1992, Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty ended the group explosively at the Brit Awards, and their back catalogue was deleted in the UK soon after. From nowhere, the peerless Klf Updates Twitter feed alerted us last night that the albums - and seemingly some bootlegs too - are now available via Spotify, iTunes and Amazon. To celebrate, here are our top five video Klf moments. 1. The Timelords - 'Doctorin' The Tardis' (Top of The Pops)

While some will point to the later Gary Glitter-featuring version from Christmas, we prefer this Top of the Pops performance from June 1988, if only for the marvellous (more) »


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