After making their streaming services debut on New Year's Day with their compilation album Solid State Logik 1, Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, aka The KLF/The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu have uploaded The White Room (Director’s Cut) to streaming services.

The White Room (Director's Cut) isn't exactly the same as their 1991 final album The White Room, as according to The KLF site, it presents "an alternate unreleased version of The White Room completed in 1989".

It's arrived on streaming services to "fill a historic gap between the scrapped movie soundtrack and the later commercial album", and "does not include some of the later tracks, most notably of course the later radio versions of "What Time Is Love?" and "3 a.m. Eternal" as they had not been recorded at that point in history."

The statement adds, "It does, however, feature the original versions of "Go To Sleep" and "The Lover’s Side", as well as the previously promo-only "Madrugada Eterna (Club Mix Edit)".

The KLF site also lists all the alterations on The White Room (Director's Cut).

The White Room (Director's Cut) is on streaming services now. Visit klf.de for more information on the release.