Read an article on this group in a MixMag while waiting to get my haircut, and it did catch my interest.
So bought it from Amazon and gave it a few listens on the way to work in the car & am glad I bought it.
Some tracks appeal more than others (as with most albums), but certainly there are none that I skip past. In particular "Pretend" has lyrical & musical cleverness which i favour over the other tracks, but it's a worthy addition to my collection, amidst the likes of early 90's Lenny Dee to the Peatbog Faeries.
Mr Machine might not be one of those albums you keep by your CD player all the time, but you'll be glad to have it in your collection.
Give it a go.