I love Rozz Williams, including his spoken word/sound collage stuff. But this is honestly my least favorite.
Track #2 "Gleichschaltung" is a cool spoken word piece with an artsy, jazz/noir feel. Unfortunately it's the only vocal track on the album. The rest is squealing saxophone improv with various sounds mixed in. Honestly, it's quite grating after a few tracks. There are some amusing/creative moments, but overall I didn't care for it (To be fair I've only listened to it twice, maybe it will grow on me). It's worth a listen, sure. But I'd make it a low priority among this artists work.
So, If your looking for some art/noise/jazz fusion go ahead. But beware there is little poetry or vocals. For that, I recommend EVERY KING A BASTARD SON (it does not disappoint.) Every King a Bastard's Son