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Tales Of The Inexpressible
Downtempo, Dub, Psy-Trance, Tribal, Ambient
Numero di catalogo:
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1473 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2083 mb
Twisted Records


1Flute Fruit2:09
2My Head Feels Like A Frisbee8:53
4Room 235:05
5Once Upon The Sea Of Blissful Awareness
Backing Vocals – Michele AdamsonVocals – Abigail Gorton
6Around The World In A Tea Daze
Vocals – Abigail Gorton
7A New Way To Say "Hooray!"8:32
8Star Shpongled Banner8:23
9Dorset Perception
Vocals – Michele Adamson


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TWSCD13Shpongle Tales Of The Inexpressible ‎(CD, Album)Twisted RecordsTWSCD13UK2001
TWSLP13RMShpongle Tales Of The Inexpressible ‎(2xLP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, RE, RM)Twisted RecordsTWSLP13RMUK2018
GLN 379, TWSCD13, 25213-2Shpongle Tales Of The Inexpressible ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)World Music Of New Age, Twisted Records , EFA GLN 379, TWSCD13, 25213-2Russia2001
CTINT:02Shpongle Tales Of The Inexpressible ‎(CD, Album)Citadel internationalCTINT:02Russia2001
noneShpongle Tales Of The Inexpressible ‎(9xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM)Twisted RecordsnoneUK2018


  • Acoustic GuitarPete Callard
  • Artwork By [Original Shpongle Mask] – Sat Ram Bradley
  • Cello, Acoustic Bass [Fake Acoustic Bass]Harry Escot
  • Design, SleeveMark Neal
  • Producer, Written-By, Flute [Silver Flute], Vocals [Vocal Utterances], Illustration [Watercolours, Illustrations]Raja Ram
  • Producer, Written-By, Programmed By, Guitar, Synthesizer, Acoustic Bass [Semi-Acoustic Bass]Simon Posford


All tracks written & produced @ the Hallucinogen Soundlab, Wilts.

Track D1 is spelled "Room 2ૐ" on the back.

(P)+(C) Twisted Records 2001.
Some copies have "Twisted Records 2008" handwritten on sleeve.


  • Designed At – Dusk Digital
  • Produced At – Hallucinogen Sound Labs
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Twisted Records
  • Copyright (c) – Twisted Records



Tales Of The Inexpressible Remastered out now: https. Shpongle - Museum of Consciousness - Продолжительность: 1:01:19. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Tales of the Inexpressible - Shpongle. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Tales of the Inexpressible was released on Twisted Records in 2001. It was a much anticipated and well loved successor continuing in the pioneering spirit of the debut album and in this exceptional follow up they gave us plenty more multi-dimensional surprises and new sonic realities to explore and immerse ourselves in. From the opening sounds on Dorset Perception , the first track featuring flamenco guitar and Latin percussion, we can tell we are in for some incredible planetary as well as interplanetary trips on this musical voyage as Si & Raj take us for a spin though their musical w. Tales of the Inexpressible is Shpongle's second album, released in 2001. Simon Posford and Raja Ram hone and expand the style introduced on their debut album, Are You Shpongled. Raja Ram plays Spanish and East Asian instruments along with the flute, and Simon Posford plays classical guitar as well as synthesizing and sampling. The song Room 23 appears on the back cover of the album with the name Room 2ॐ, the character ॐ being the Om, the sacred eternal sound in Hinduism. A remastered, super. With Tales of the Inexpressible, Simon Posford and Raja Ram widened their Eastern-influenced ambient sound to incorporate stronger samples and a wry, complex production psychology. The effect was a lot like the Orb's Earth Gaia or the work of Future Sound of London recorded with Cydonia's Aki Omori, encouraging dub and cartoon effects to make nests inside a slick environmental vibe. Listen free to Shpongle Tales of the Inexpressible Dorset Perception, Star Shpongled Banner and more. 9 tracks 69:01. Tales of the Inexpressible. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 1 March 2018. Dorset Perception. Album 2001 9 Songs. Электроника released what is believed to have been their final album earlier this year, and is probably one of the best releases of 2005. Given that I'm firmly of the opinion that this is the best year for music of the decade so far, it says something that I'd place this clearly above Nothing Lasts. But Nothing Is Lost, and do so without a moment's hesitation. More so than pretty much any other album I own, Tales Of The Inexpressible seems incredibly alive. If you'd excuse me a stunningly bad pun that I feel obligated to make, it seems inexpressibly so