I think Alec says it all really - it does work well as an isolated sort of record. It doesn't really feel like a live record at all. And this is what might frustrate you at first listen. Where is the crowd? Why isn't there anything being said? What the hell is happening? These are the sort of things you'll probably expect when coming to something like a live album like this. He probably could have released this without mentioning it was live and it would have gone beyond me.
The tracks are, as Alec said, pretty psychedelic. Nothing shows that off better than The Gameboy Offshow. So instantly addictive and goddamn groovy are the synths that it's impossible to do anything else but to listen to it and nothing else! It's that good!
It's probably one of the most played live albums I've got because of the way it doesn't feel like a live album. And that is something special. Too bad his next album is going to be something similar to CD1 of Intelligence and Sacrifice but ah, as long as this CD survives.....I will have no problem