Opens well with the emotional soulful 'Come With Me' complete with Ennio Morricone style trumpets & a convincing Joannaa. Russell provides an effective strained vocal on the dark paranoia of 'Psychic Holiday'; with then Joannaa leading on 'Dark Horse' where the punk cello comes to the fore - a sort of pop hell. 'Don't Shut Your Mouth' (environmental issues raised) & the light sexy 'Sexual Girl' which somehow keeps us in this bleak world. Then comes a highlight via the soulful 'Numbers' with trumpets, punk cello & a strong rendition from Joanna "From when you are born to when you die, you're a number no matter how hard you try. From D.O.B. to R.I.P., is that really me?" Then follows l 'I Want You All The Time' (unusual), 'Too Sad To Cry' (female anguish) & 'One Way Ticket To The Moon' (Russell on vocals & an hypnotic ambient affair with a neat classical type finish). The filmic 'How Do You Sleep?' & 'Agent M' (could be a Bond theme) leads into final the frankly strange 'Tonight I Need A Klone' which utilises an original Joe Meek clavoline (as used on 'Telstar'). Not an easy listening experience because this is dark experimental jazz punk classical ambient filmic pop with lyrics about anti prejudice, people less fortunate, saving the world, fantasies, paranoia, sex & so close the shutters, turn out the lights and give yourself a much needed pop noir injection.