Nine cuts spanning four shows, all of them in England, three in Reading, from September and October 1985, and February 1986, and Glastonbury in December 1985. I think this is a vastly underrated live album. Certainly the sound quality isn't the best, but nowhere as bad as a recording off a home tape recorder. You simply have to bear in mind in '85/'86, the Ozrics were still releasing privately-issued cassettes, since in the mid 1980s, most record companies showed little interest in underground music acts, forcing a band like the Ozrics to do it themselves. That also meant they might not have had the biggest budget for the best equipment to record live. But as it goes, this is a truly amazing live album. 80% of the music here is found nowhere else, like "Tentacular Explosion", "Stupid Reggae" (which I think is the album's only real misfire), "Obsticular Explosion", and "Erpitaph". "Aumriff" is the band doing the theme to Gong's "Master Builder" from their 1974 classic You (Steve Hillage's 1978 solo album Green also had a song called "The Glorious Om Riff" which was him doing the same theme from "Master Builder", but no surprise since he did play on You). "Erpriff" for some reason, isn't the same "Erpriff" from Erpsongs. There are two songs from what was then their latest cassette releases, Erpsongs and Tantric Obstacles, in this case, "Dots Thots" and "Og-Ha-Be". What makes these live versions special are they are not complete clones of the originals. Certainly the themes are recognizable, but they added on different solos making them almost like new compositions. Certainly an album like Live Underslunky or Live at the Pongmasters Ball have much better sound quality (thanks to much more professional equipment, plus a proper record label behind them), no wonder they are thought of much better than Live Ethereal Cereal, but this album captures the early Ozrics with that wonderful raw excitement. Incredible stuff. If you don't mind the sound quality, you'll enjoy this album.