Unless your a raver, this is the best Psychic TV album to get. As a fan of things stranger and more challenging I would rank this alongside Throbbing Gristle as the best work Genesis-P-Orridge has ever done. The album is a sound scape of ambient noise, rituals, chants and some of the best gentle and mystical pop/folk songs you'll ever hear. Yes, pop/folk from Genesis-P-Orridge, so you know it's going to be weird, haunting and creepy. There are also strange spoken word tracks by Genesis and Monte Cazaza... oh, yeah, and David Tibet of Current 93 plays bones and bells and stuff... There's nothing too esoteric to get about this album, ignore that review. If something puzzles you on here then it's just a mystery to be enjoyed... You don't have to understand everything in life, do you? In fact, wouldn't you say the unknown enriches your life? Sure it does... Now, get this album.