It's an intriguing album alright. Remaining unreleased on the shelf for over a year for unknown reasons, Murphy and Karn's collaboration was both familiar and a departure from what they'd both done before. Standout tracks for me include the single 'The Judgement Is The Mirror', 'His Box', 'Artemis' and the atmospheric 'Cornwall Stone'.
Rumour had it at the time that they chose not to work physically together, preferring to exchange ideas by leaving each other ansaphone messages, working in relays in the studio staying only long enough to proverbially hand over the creative baton. Whether this is true or not I've never been sure but it sounds about right! A sign of things to come: even though Dali's Car (the apostophe was never featured officially, punctuation fans!) were officially a duo, they worked with a drum programmer, Paul Vincent Lawford, and he does a great job here.
No, it's not Japan and neither is it Bauhaus: it's something quite unique. This was the only example of their collaboration as they never worked together again. By the way there aren't any remixes featured as I don't recall any ever being produced. There were two non-album tracks on the 'Judgement' 12".