Yes. Yes. I'd like to teach you about, uh... I'd like to have a talk to you about, uh... school days. School days, yes. Various tortures that they gave me when I went to school.
Intriguing, right? You want to know how this story ends? Then get the album! It doesn't hurt that every track is amazing and much more "trippy" and electronical than Tales of the Inexpressible. This doesn't mean that they've let behind the "folk" influences that make them so unique; only this time they focus much more on Indian music leaving the Spanish and Brazilian music as supporting actors.
This follow up to the best album of the decade (Nothing Lasts... But Nothing is Lost) will leave everyone satisfied and ready for more. I recommend getting this after you've listened to Tales... it just flows better that way.
Don't be shy, take a free sample:
Now, join us. But keep in mind, only Shpongolese Spoken Here.