One finds a melodic, gentle and almost bucolic Psychic TV here, introduced by the folksy, tender Just Drifting, followed by the long spoken poem Terminus X-Tul. Stolen Kisses shares a title with a later song by Chris & Cosey, and I was rather disappointed to discover it wasn't THAT one - it's pleasant enough, though, in a sort of folk-pop way, like The Lovin' Spoonful or Francoise Hardy. Caresse is a lovely orchestral piece that ends with a baby crying, No Go Go is a gripping electronic sound collage, while Ov Power sounds a bit like Public Image Limited's "Metal Box" album. The beautiful Message From The Temple offers very practical advice on utilising the power of mind over some of the most eerie music on the album and is my favorite track. The instrumental Bubbles sounds like it was recorded through a vocoder but it has the most addictive melody, while the hidden track 13, perhaps called The Process, is another sinister collage of sound and voice. This album reveals its gems by repeated listening. A very diverse collection, but you won't find any techno beats or traditional rock amongst these often poetic, always interesting pieces.