This is one of those records that just warms your heart, with its methodical, ethereal approach to serene, analog synthetic sounds and mellow grooves. It represents a time and place in electronic music history that will never happen again: When recording artists were able to take the time to allow themes to unfold organically, without the cut-paste approach of today.
The sounds have that great analog glow of warmth and noise, with a pleasant mix of guitar, bass, synths and drum machines.
The rhythms stay within slow to medium tempos, without a lot of breaks or changes, creating a smooth flow from piece to piece.
There are better recordings by this group ( both as "Cluster" and "Cluster & Eno" ); but it's still worthy of them. So if you like this, you'll Love the other records.
Sit back, have a toke and dream about your lost youth...