The only song I have heard off this cd is the 24 minute Roger Waters composition. But I will go ahead and review the album based on that song, because that is the main (only?) reason anyone still cares about this album.
As for the Roger track, I must say it is very good indeed. It starts out slowly but builds and eventually goes into the vocal part where we get some characteristically good and biting lyrics from Roger. This leads into an excellent guitar solo, and then to an equally excellent saxophone solo from Mel Collins. Then, the song goes into 10+ minutes of dialogue and noise, which isn't of much interest in itself, but syncs with the movie. Eventually, it leads to Folded Flags, the second "real" Waters song on this album. It features some nice acoustic guitar playing backed with an orchestra (or synth) and once again has another set of excellent lyrics as only Roger can deliver them. If you are a Roger Waters fan, my advice for you is to pick this extremely rare album up, it is worth it, because the track on here is better than anything Rog has done since leaving Pink Floyd, with the exception of Amused To Death. Like I said, I haven't heard the other songs, but they can't be anything more than icing on the cake.