Sounds like out of phase info., Isn't Amused to Death (Roger Waters) recorded in this way also?
I'd agree that the most likely cause of this effect is speaker phasing, but it's also possible that you are getting an acoustic anomaly in your listening room. Years ago, the audio club that I attended met in a local church that has an oddly shaped room with rather odd acoustics (probably due to room shape). The club's speakers were Acoustat 8's (electrostatics), and with certain recordings the left channel seemed to be coming from the left rear corner of the room. If you are only getting the "imaging from behind your head" phenomenon with this single recording, I'd attribute it to the a phasing problem on the recording. If it occurs with more than one recording, then you might try some room treatment, or slightly changing the position(s) of the speakers.
I have a pair of Sonus Faber Extremas, and when set up right, they image behind you. Not every album but quite a bit. I have been told by many that it isnt possible but they fill the room with sound.
I have heard it in the show room where I bought them and three different rooms that I have had them set up in.