Template talk:The KLF singles

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Alternative format[edit]

Just because I'm not 100% happy with the template we're using, here is an alternative formatting for this template. It's longer and thinner, with Bill & Jimmy's different phases roughly occupying different rows. I like it in some ways (more logical, looks a little better next to {{The KLF}}, but it seems maybe less visually communicative than the one we're using. Dunno if it would incur problems for some browsers too.

The KLF / KLF Communications singles chronology
1987 | All You Need Is Love | Whitney Joins The JAMs | 1987 (The JAMs 45 Edits) | I Gotta CD | Down Town | 1988 | Burn the Bastards | One Love Nation
Doctorin' the Tardis | What Time Is Love (Pure Trance) | 1989 | Uptight | 3 a.m. Eternal (Pure Trance) | Kylie Said To Jason | 1990 | Last Train to Trancentral (Pure Trance)
What Time Is Love? (Live...) | 1991 | 3 a.m. Eternal (Live...) | Last Train to Trancentral (Live...) | America: What Time Is Love? | It's Grim Up North | Justified and Ancient
1992 | 3 a.m. Eternal (The KLF vs ENT version) | 1993 | K Cera Cera | 1997 | Fuck the Millennium

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--Vinoir 12:00, 2 June 2006 (UTC)

I wouldn't have changed it myself, but if you feel your new version is better go for it. --kingboyk 12:32, 2 June 2006 (UTC)
Nah, I'm happy how it currently is. Bolded articles in the above alternative would make it ugly (e.g. the three WTIL articles would mess it up when viewed from the What Time Is Love? article). --Vinoir 16:40, 16 June 2006 (UTC)


I've piped the Disco 2000 singles to that article, and 1987 (The JAMs 45 Edits) pipes to 1987 (What the Fuck Is Going On?), so that readers working their way through this chronology still have a functional template to navigate with. --Vinoir 16:38, 16 June 2006 (UTC)