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According to a an album review on Boomkat,

During the ‘70s, a young Hannett, obsessed with Delia’s work on the Doctor Who soundtrack, struck up a long-running dialogue, swapping their electronic experiments [by exchanging taps] with a mind to eventually releasing them one day. Sadly they both departed before this release was OKayed.

The album is

supposedly a back and forth, one track from Delia then one by Martin, but the sequencing feels arbitrary and a bit of a mess, skipping from Hannett’s baroque twils to dark blasts of sci-fi analog electronics and back, over and again