In one of the more bizarre turn of events in recent days, previously unreachable material from one of the UK's house pioneers The KLF has reappeared online.

After the group's 1992 split, the band notoriously deleted their albums, preventing any in the future from being distributed. However, KLF fansite @KLF_Updates discovered late last night that the works were suddenly on iTunes.

"I seriously don't believe this! I really don't. I must have woken up in a parallel universe," read one tweet after it was discovered that all of the band's albums were on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify available to stream and download.

Update: The music has now been removed following news that the recordings were bootlegs.