The beginning is ordinary enough, just like you're on the Orbital planes again. But the crazy (and fake) orchestration on 'Is' is absolutely brilliant and soon it becomes clear that Coxon and Wales, aka Spring Heel Jack are nothing of the sort. The second track 'Winter' begins almost as an extension of 'Is', but soon enough a nice, gentle drum'n'bass rhythm appears, and the world is a nicer place suddenly. Don't think, however, that you've heard it all, because there are even traces of industrial sounds on 'More Stuff No One Saw', and 'Pipe' is just like an extrovert Plastikman track, i.e. the one you actually hear something on. And then, as a code, they give us '1st Piece For La Monte Young' - no rhythm, no melody, nothing of the sort. Just harmonies bigger than life. And quite brilliant too.