In 1987, Bill Drummond’s Justified Ancients of Mumu project caused a great deal of outrage and legal wrangling due to the inclusion of snippets from Margaret Thatcher’s speeches, an Abba single and various BBC broadcasts. In 1992, his band the KLF exited the music business by machine-gunning the Brits audience with blanks. Two years later he burned one million pounds of the money he had made for an art project. He now makes soup across the UK and encourages people to prepare to die by organising their own funerals.
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