Eventually after repeated listening I grown to like it but it still has a certain tackiness as the imagery provoke in my head is a pregnant woman screaming that evokes more humour rather than emotional catharsis which is kind of a bad thing considering the serious beautiful music in the background which really is a case of drama eliciting comedy.
However Spark's Music That You Can Do transcendental female wailing moment on the other hand I found far more emotionally resonant. Imagine yourself uncomfortably trapped in a night club where you much rather listening to some classical music or some jazz and having an annoying twat (perfectly acted by Russell Mael vocal delivery) trying to coax you on the dance floor to dance where you rather be anywhere else. Then you hear the female voice screaming out and wailing and screaming in agony at that circumstances. It's simultaneous hilarious (which works due to the comic tone of the music) while at the same time mindblowingly beautiful and emotionally powerful and resonant due to how down to earth relatable the situation is.
One of the greatest usage of female backing vocalist in pop music I have ever heard (I say this 100% sincerely without a tongue in my cheek)