Definitely enjoyable, but it also falls into the trap of being wonderful when accompanied by the memories of the film. Without those images the album could feel a bit disjointed for some, and just downright average for others. If you still want to give it a listen without seeing the film go for "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of These)" "Army Of Two" and "Tomorrow Never Knows."
Some beautifully ethereal and airy tracks. A bit limp at times but agreably punchy at others. On the whole an album which, if far from being perfect, has some really nice surprises to offer. I recommand the cover of sweet dreams and army of me, the two opening tracks, which make the album worth a listen.