A1 Into The Rainbow Vein (0:44)
A2 Chromakey Dreamcoat (5:47)
A3 Satellite Anthem Icarus (6:04)
A4 Peacock Tail (5:24)
B1 Dayvan Cowboy (5:00)
B2 A Moment Of Clarity (0:51)
B3 '84 Pontiac Dream (3:49)
B4 Sherbet Head (2:41)
C1 Oscar See Through Red Eye (5:08)
C2 Ataronchronon (1:14)
C3 Hey Saturday Sun (4:56)
C4 Constants Are Changing (1:42)
D1 Slow This Bird Down (6:09)
D2 Tears From The Compound Eye (4:03)
D3 Farewell Fire (8:26)
It's a bit like their other albums, only with more guitars on.
I don't really have much more to say on the matter. I've given it a good few listens, and revisited the older albums that I have on CD. I also remembered that I really liked Happy Cycling from the Peel Session, but I don't own that. As well, I've pondered why it is that I can never remember any other of their track titles, and I've come to the conclusion it's because they are all a bit silly.
Anyway, I very much enjoyed the first couple of sides, where their 'new guitar sound' really lives, and the second half of the album was OK, but not very different from either Music Has The Right to Children or Geogaddi, excepting that they use fewer vocal samples on this album. So you just have good beat programming and wobbly-sounding keyboards. No bad thing, on the whole.