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You're in Shpongleland again.

I love this album so much, I get a sense of Simon and Raja saying "Incase you forgot, we're still the best." The amount of talent shown is staggering, such as the mixing done in Shpongolese Spoken Here. Fans will be very pleased, its right on par with Tales of the Inexpressible. Walking Backwards THROUGH The Cosmic Mirror is my favorite, apparently Itunes thinks its Thought Cosmic Mirror(idiots). Regardless, start to finish this album is another masterpiece.

I've been to Shpongleland countless times...

...and i cannot tell you how interesting this one is. It brings on a very different Newer Age kind of trip. Really another win for Simon Posford and Raja Ram, along with all the other very talented artists collaborated in this Wild and wacked adventure.


we shouldn't have to say it at this point


stop reading this and just buy it


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

Simon Posford and Raja Ram are Shpongle, an ambient techno/trance project formed in 1996 after the pair viewed a solar eclipse in India. The duo went into the studio and attempted to duplicate the experience in sonic form, and the result was a 20-minute track, "...And the Day Turned to Night," which was featured on a Twisted label compilation...
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Ineffable Mysteries from Shpongleland, Shpongle
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