KLF & The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu -2021- Come Down Dawn (FLAC)
Released 4 February 2021
Genre Ambient house, Chill-out
Label KLF Communications
01. Brooklyn To Atlantic City (3:31)
02. Atlantic City To Philadelphia (2:40)
03. Philadelphia To Baltimore (2:37)
04. Baltimore To Fair Play (7:45)
05. Fair Play To North Druid Hills (1:03)
06. North Druid Hills To Atlanta (3:36)
07. Atlanta To Mobile (7:15)
08. Mobile To Houston (2:10)
09. Houston To Laredo (2:16)
10. Laredo To El Prado (1:29)
11. El Prado To San Rafael (1:37)
12. San Rafael To Mexico City (2:49)
Come Down Dawn (subtitled Brooklyn to Mexico City 1990) is a 2021 digital album by British electronic band The KLF, aka The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu, released to streaming services on 4 February 2021, on KLF Communications, as the second in a series of six official compilations Samplecity thru Trancentral, after Solid State Logik 1 from 1 January 2021.
Come Down Dawn is the second commercial release of the KLF's music since the band deleted their entire catalog in 1992. The album is a re-edited version of the 1990 album Chill Out, with previously unlicensed samples from the original release removed in the mix.
Come Down Dawn is a re-edited version of the 1990 album Chill Out, with selection of prominent samples from the original release removed in the mix. The omissions include a BBC Radio 1 jingle from the Friday Rock Show featuring Tommy Vance, and direct excerpts from a 1961 composition "Stranger on the Shore" by Acker Bilk, a 1968 song "Albatross" by Fleetwood Mac, a 1989 song "After the Love" by Jesus Loves You (both from "3 a.m. Somewhere out of Beaumont"), and a 1969 song "In the Ghetto" by Elvis Presley (from "Elvis on the Radio, Steel Guitar in My Soul").
The only addition on Come Down Dawn mixed into the original content of Chill Out is "What Time Is Love? (Virtual Reality Mix)," originally released on the KLF 1990 remix EP What Time Is Love? (Remodelled & Remixed).