For background, it's a record that was made "without musical instruments" by rigging up ring-modulators and envelope filters and tone generators to create a sort of living shape of feedback.
But every moment sounds exactly the same. I've listened to the whole darned thing. It's the closest thing I've ever found to "pure" noise. In that capacity, I have found use for this record in noise battles with the neighbors. But surely, it's supposed to be some kind of "Dada" statement about the definitional nature of categories, right? It's not supposed to be ammunition.
Certain of Prokofiev's Visions Fugitives elude tonality but retain idioms of phrasing. And even the most heavily-distorted Rock retains the "pulse" of organic rhythm. Nine Inch Nail's The Downward Spiral incorporated "textures" of noise, but with both pulse and phrasing.
So, was there a musical intent behind the creation of the recording or was it entirely record-company politics? Could such an arrangement of technology be used to produce "interesting" sounds?