John and Yoko's `Wedding Album' is the third and final instalment in a trilogy of experimental sound recordings, and as such you shouldn't really contemplate buying this unless you are already familiar with `Two Virgins' and `Life With the Lions', as melodic Beatles-style pop this sure aint. The main album is consists of two long pieces: `John & Yoko' consists of the pair each reciting the other's name in every possible variation (singing, screaming, loving, sexual, comedic, questioning, accusing, etc) and occasionally taking bites of apples over a recording of a human heartbeat, while `Amsterdam' is a collection of recordings from one of the pair's `Bed In' peace protests, consisting of interviews, snatches of singing (including a brief snippet of `Good Night' from the Beatles `White Album'), ordering room service etc. Both pieces range from being hypnotic to verging on the boring due to their length and ultimate lack of content. This CD release includes 3 bonus tracks of a more musical nature featuring vocals from Yoko, with `Listen the Snow is Falling' being the most polished piece, with John's guitar work very reminiscent of that on `Hold On' from his debut solo album. by turns interesting and boring, `Wedding Album' can best be described as an intriguing snapshot document of a period of Lennon's life, and so is interesting listening for Beatles fans, but in all honesty it's probably not a disc that you're going to play that often.