Since this is a (partially) bootleg release (Cicciolina's track is in fact a recording of one song from her concert plus some talk by members of Buka), the cover states numerous misinformations. First, it is usually referred to as Cicciolina / Buka split release, although there are also tracks by Finnish hardcore band Sekunda (stated on cover) and Croatian grindcore band Patareni (not stated on cover; they shared some or all members with Buka). This is easily recognized by anyone who is familiar with Patareni and Buka's music - Patareni always had structured songs which is really audible on this release, while Buka recorded only a few rehearsals over the years and scattered those tracks over numerous releases. Unfortunately, track durations are unknown since it's hard to distinguish where tracks begin and end. Furthermore, the cover states label name as "Psychotonmania" while real name is Psycho Mania Records (as seen on the label on vinyl). This is a Scottish label but the cover says it's based in Seattle, USA. The release was given out to friends by members of Buka and Dave from Psycho Mania Records with the purchase of his label's other releases.
Side A plays on 45 rpm, side B on 33 rpm.
These tracks by Buka and Patareni can be found at other releses as well:
A6 on CD "Diy-ry"
B1 on split 7" with Stres Državnega Aparata (a different mix): Ovdje Je Trebalo Da Stoji Moje Ime
B2 on various releases
B3 on Step By Step