The interesting thing about this album is that Britartist Damien Hirst, who is probably a friend of Dave Stewart, created the concept for the sleave artwork. It features some of his themes such as death, repetition, retail-style displays (vitrines), death and references to recreational psychotropics. The colours are lush as well. For fans of Damien Hirst, there is a lot to recommend this album artwork. The music on the album is itself merely Dave Stewart-by-numbers. If you have any three Eurythmics albums you will have heard many of the motifs already. Mr Stewart was, regrettably, allowed to provide vocals for the album meaning he sing-speaks and croaks through all the songs. This makes for a less than stellar performance. Presumably the producer did not have the nerve to tell Mr Stewart that in his phone book he had a long list of session vocalists who could have provided vocals that would have been far less abrasively untuneful. But, as I said, the sleave art is quite good.