And within a week we had recorded our first single which was called "All You Need Is Love".
, they mirrored the Discordians' gleeful political tactics of causing chaos and confusion by bringing a direct, humorous but nevertheless revolutionary approach to making records, often attracting attention in unconventional ways.Cauty and Drummond shared an interest in the esoteric conspiracy novels The Illuminatus!Trilogy and, in particular, their theme of Discordianism, a form of post-modern anarchism.The re-release rewarded the JAMs not just with further praise (including NME´s "single of the week") but also with the funds necessary to record their debut album. They failed to meet ABBA, so disposed of the copies by burning most of them in a field and throwing the rest overboard on the North Sea ferry trip home.In a December 1987 interview, Cauty maintained that they "felt that what [they]'d done was artistically justified." Two new singles followed 1987, on The JAMs' "KLF Communications" independent record label. According to NME, The JAMs' choice of samples for the first of these, "Whitney Joins The JAMs" saw them leaving behind their strategy of "collision course" to "move straight onto the art of super selective theft".