I bought a copy from Amazon to replace the original one I already have and which lacks the tracks shown with [*] in the listing, mainly for the superb 'Hide and Seek'.
Sadly those tracks were not present on the new copy either, so I'm not sure if Amazon are advertising the wrong product or there was a mix-up in the warehouse, but either way be sure to check and ensure that you get what you are paying for!
In fairness to Amazon they readily accepted responsibility and offered a full refund on receipt of the return.
As for the album it's superb and well worth a listen. I've marked it down a star not because of the content but more because of the pressings which tend to be reassuringly weighty but less than optimal in terms of actual playback quality (based on the copy I have and other BJM vinyl albums).
BJM albums are usually far more miss than hit (despite all the claims for Anton's genius in Dig), which is ironic as this collection of Anton's solo studio experiments is easily their/his most interesting album.
If you're into lots of droning feedback then this is the BJM album for you, but be warned - Hide and Seek is easily the best song on here, so if your copy arrives and (seemingly like the other reviewer's copy) doesn't contain it then you'll have been totally short changed!