A fabulously quasi photographic cover drawing reminiscent of Durer to start.
From a completely unknown American Henry Cow or Art Bears-like RIO outfit, the B1 track Slope of her Nose will immediately give you an idea of the kind of modern composition on a rock basis we are dealing with here, augmented with demented vocals and random weirdnesses:
I suppose the biggest influence here would be Lindsay Cooper, who made some really magnificent albums in the same time period.
The artists of note here are singer Christina Baczewska (obviously looking very different on the verso for this LP) and guitarist Victor Sanders. Notice they collaborated for a CD in 1993. Would love to hear that one.
To boot, much of the lyrics appear to be poetry with the most interesting ("Eternally at Work") being the poem about the 16 geraniums:
"A friend of mine brought me 16 geraniums
I will send you a list of them
14 of which are perfectly new to me
remaining invariant they may be parents in the spring
with a tail that curls like a snake or a head like a horse.
I am very obliged for the heart cc...
So this adds an extra level of interest at least for me to the album.