I purchased this CD as part of a quest for Neo-Tangos. I danced to "Weird is Good" in a tango lesson in Washington DC recently. It was one of a number of pieces of contemporary music suitable for the "under 30" crowd of tangueros. I found it quite an interesting piece for dancing, and I was quite pleased with it. Yes, it was reason enough for me to purchase the CD. The other piece that was suitable was "The Banker's Waltz."
After those two pieces, the rest of the CD was a bonus. A number of the selections were pieces I had had on vinyl -- The Good Life, Swedish Rhapsody, The Lonely Bull, and Tijuana Taxi. Good stuff from the 1960's -- a nostalgic journey.
The search for Neo-Tangos has also introduced me to a group known as "Thievery Corporation," and I would recommend "Until the Morning" from "Richest Man in Babylon" and "Right Angles Remix" from "OM Lounge, Vol. 1." There is even some good stuff on Dead Can Dance's CD "Into the Labyrinth."