This isn't a bad album, but it just doesn't to it for me. For my ears this type of more uptempo, metallic sounding music (I'm comparing it with his work upto this point)that often relies heavily on sampled & programmed breaks, needs those breaks to be rock solid & for me they aren't (in my opinion he got better at that sort of thing in time for "Outside" with David Bowie). It could also stand some analog richness/dirtying up for my taste, perhaps with the use of valve compressors...
If you're an Eno fan then check it out, but I wouldn't risk paying lots for the privilege.
If you're new to his work I would strongly recommend checking any of the following first:
"My Life in the Bush of Ghosts",
"Before & After Science",
"Ambient 4: On Land",
"Another Green World",
"After the Heat"(with Moebius&Rodelius - the 20bit remastered Japanese version is well worth snapping up whilst it's still available),
"Low" (with David Bowie).
There's plenty of other high quality material by Mr Eno around, but I find the above to be the most consistently wonderful LPs.