If you like your music to be very clear-cut and not at all "out there," this album will probably not be for you.
Weiland was on a lot of drugs, and it shows in the oddness of the music. He experiments with everything from industrial techno sounds, to a vibraphone, to what sounds like some kind of Waltz ("Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down"). But yet this album doesn't really sound disjointed at all. It's a very solid -if unusual- album.
If you're looking for easy rock like heard in the first two Stone Temple Pilots albums, this will disappoint you. But if you enjoyed the variety in the last three, and especially if you enjoy Weiland's lyrics, you'll probably like this. If you're looking for something like Velvet Revolver, this is most definitely not what you want.
However, I would recommend looking for a way to listen to the album (not just 30-second clips) before buying it.
Big Weiland fans like myself will most likely adore this. But it's not for everyone.