Hey guys (James and Hugh)..thanks for reminding me of this Canadian GEM..which has been sittin on my cd shelf gathering dust...it is really nice to hear it again. And as you both correctly pointed out, it really is a wonderful album from days past... still it stands up to todays standards music wise! Nash the slash, Martin Deller & Hawkins seem to have had a field day in the studio and the musicianship are quite amazing... as is the compositions. Im afraid i havent heard anything else by them.. but I am certainly gonna search for them.... I suspect they could be hard to come by (on vinyl most certainly) on cd !!?? Anyway, its prog/ artrock at its finest... even though there are no lead guitars in sight (sound), there a brilliant keyboards (and plenty of them) , bass, electric violin, mandolin, drums and vocals. "Phasors on Stun" Opens the ball with a fine pop-like tune suprb keyboards and fine vocals! "One O´Clock Tomorrow" a great synth driven track (that reminds this reviewer of synth band Seventh Wave) Excellent stuff! "Journey" a tight space rock song, again fine vocals and keyboard work from Hawkins. "Dialing For Dharma" a Nash The Slash instrumental, with electric violin (of course) to the fore! Well that all you get !! To hear the rest of this fine gem, go find it and buy it !! You wont be disappointed, promise!! 4 stars for sure... minor Master piece!!!