Both "Drums of Death", "Lonely Soul", "Celestial Annihilation" and especially "Rabbit in Your Headlights" (spoiler: click to read) show the legendary album this could've been- the rest is scattered, never uninteresting but not always engaging, and sometimes feeling too much like a novelty. Absolutely worth hearing, but maybe a little unsatisfying by design- you can feel the opposite impulses of Shadow and Lavelle pulling against each other, and it doesn't always lead to success, and the rest of UNKLE's career would bare out that James won this particular war. Although given UNKLE's eventual bland consistency and Shadow's comparative creative restlessness, maybe Shadow either waived the white flag in that battle or was only ever in this collaboration for one album anyway.
A 10/10 essential late 90s artifact if it's an EP with the tracks I gave you (plus maybe the middle interlude and outro for color) becomes a worthwhile but inessential curiosity with the remaining tracks.
If you're patient enough to dig, most of this material has been significantly improved upon by edits and remixes.