Quality: 3 out of 5
Trip-O-Meter: 3.5 out of 5
I'm not sure if this one is really going to blow your mind. We've got some very exploitative electronic psych here that is sort of like the easy listening early electronica of Perry and Kingsley. Actually, compared to In Sounds From The Way Out, I guess this could 'blow your mind.' With plenty of sound layers plastered on top, it's a fair bit stranger than that slightly better known album, but it doesn't hold a candle to something that the electronically-oriented krautrock pioneers would've cranked out in their sleep.
It's difficult for me to even try and point out the highlights here. The ten tracks breeze by in an EP length 23 minutes and stay remarkably uniform, and with the spy guitar and carnival keyboards would work pretty well for our man Flint. In general, the song titles are superior to the songs themselves, so just play the album all at once. Someone should probably just recycle the tracks names, as they deserve a better home. For better or for worse, the cover art and track names probably are the best things about the album. This is really a touch of 3am listening to amuse your friends with. And that's really about all I can rant on about this one, so sorry for the brief review.