San Fran experimental electronic duo Matmos deliver another conceptually driven album of chopped-up found sounds and avant-garde orchestrations. This time, they've collected audio/visual portraits of outlaw queers, from William S. Burroughs to Darby Crash to King Ludwig II of Bavaria. The visual components are commissioned portraits printed on cardstock that can be arranged to create alternate covers, and the audio aspect has guest performances by a range of artists including gender-transgressing vocalist Antony and the Kronos Quartet, among others. Somewhat self-indulgent, it's remarkably listenable considering some of the "instruments" used. Cow innards, burning flesh and semen make appearances, along with more traditional tools like French horns and guitars.