John Foxx's Metamatic. Available here on Deluxe Edition Triple CD, Colored LP, and Standard LP.
'Metamatic' is an album by John Foxx, released in 1980. It was his first solo album following his split with Ultravox the previous year. A departure from the textured mix of synthesizers and conventional instruments on 'Systems of Romance', his last album with the band, 'Metamatic's hard-edged electronica was more akin to Kraftwerk's 'The Man-Machine' (1978), Gary Numan's 'The Pleasure Principle' (1979), and early Human League. The name 'Metamatic' comes from a painting machine by kinetic artist Jean Tinguely, first exhibited at the Paris Biennial in 1959.
CDx3+ - Deluxe Edition Triple CD.
LP+ - Colored LP.
LP - Standard LP.