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Shpongle - Museum Of Consciousness mp3 album

  • Performer: Shpongle
  • Title: Museum Of Consciousness
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: UK
  • Formats: DTS VQF MP1 AAC AU MOD XM
  • Released: 2013
  • Style: Downtempo, Ambient
  • MP3 album: 1114 mb
  • FLAC album: 1430 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 579
Shpongle - Museum Of Consciousness mp3 album

Museum of Consciousness. INgrooves (от лица компании "Twisted Records Ltd")" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция. The Epiphany of Mrs Kugla (Live). 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести. Микс – Shpongle - Museum Of Consciousness YouTube.

Museum of Consciousness" is different again. For me this album is very coherent and flowing and more d than any of the others. There is still life in these dusty bones. A solid and infectious e beat underpins most everything here and the emphasis is on just getting down and boogeying. A different planet from "Are You Shpongled?" but enjoyable nevertheless. The cover on the vinyl is a trip in itself without even playing the record.

Album · 2013 · 7 Songs. Are You Shpongled? 1998. Tales of the Inexpressible.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). There isn't a track that I don't love on this album, which is very rare. 2 people found this helpful.

1 Shpongle - Brain In A Fishtank 0:00 2 Shpongle - How The Jellyfish Jumped Up The Mountain 7:56 3 Shpongle - Juggling Molecule 18:21 4 Shpongle - The Aquatic Garden Of Extra-Celestial Delights 27:38 5 Shpongle - Further Adventures In Shpongleland 39:28 6 Shpongle - The Epiphany Of Mrs Kugla 45:48 7 Shpongle - Tickling The Amygdala 52:27. The Psychedelic MuseIl y a 9 mois. I hear a Roland SH101. Alan PerceyIl y a 5 mois. STR4nG3Il y a 2 jours. sooooo incredible good.

5 Shpongle - Further Adventures In Shpongleland 39:28 6 Shpongle - The Epiphany Of Mrs Kugla 45:48 7 Shpongle - Tickling The Amygdala 52:27. and guided me to my light. As I got closer to my light I noticed the opening to my light closing but then the face turned into some insane mechanical type beast and held the door open and in I went.

Museum Of Consciousness is a surprising album, whenever I started to think that the band had begun to go back to their old ways or retread the same ground and structure something would appear to wash away my concerns; the rather funky guitar section on Further Adventures In Shpongleland completely changes the nature of the track, and when combined with the deep bass.

Museum of Consciousness - Студийный альбом от Shpongle. В альбом вошло 7 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:01:13. Microcosmos: Shpongle - The Epiphany Of Mrs Kugla (1. 1. Shpongle - Once Upon The Sea Of Blissful Awareness. Shpongle - Further Adventures In Shpongleland.


1 Brain In A Fishtank 7:56
2 How The Jellyfish Jumped Up The Mountain 10:26
3 Juggling Molecules 9:17
4 The Aquatic Garden Of Extra-Celestial Delights 11:50
5 Further Adventures In Shpongleland 6:20
6 The Epiphany Of Mrs Kugla 6:39
7 Tickling The Amygdala 8:48

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TWSLP45 Shpongle Museum Of Consciousness ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Len) Twisted Records TWSLP45 UK 2013
none Shpongle Museum Of Consciousness ‎(7xFile, FLAC, Album, 24b) Twisted Records none UK 2013
TWSCD45 Shpongle Museum Of Consciousness ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Len) Twisted Records TWSCD45 UK 2013
none Shpongle Museum Of Consciousness ‎(7xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Not On Label none UK 2013
TWSCD45 Shpongle Museum Of Consciousness ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Twisted Records TWSCD45 Russia 2013

Reviews about Shpongle - Museum Of Consciousness (6):
Elastic Skunk
Museum of Consciousness is quite the psychedelic delicatessen, a Psychedelicatessen if you will. Step right in, or float on in rather, and behold the vitreous larder of extra tasty delights: would you prefer the deflated jellyfish, the juggled molecules, or the floating brain? Perhaps the kugla amygdala is more to your liking! Your hosts Simon and Raj cater to all tastes and sensibilities... naught but delight and quixotic adventure await in this Shpongley deli.This album is a fine one indeed, a true testament to Shpongle's unique sound. Old fans of Shpongle will recognize the usual, yet fresh vocal samples with gate effects, twisted background noises, brain-tickling basslines, and of course, Raja Ram's wondrous flute. Vocalists Hari Om and Michele Adamson return to provide ethereal and brief lyrics for several tracks. There's a touch of nostalgia as well, with old FX and subtle nods to sounds and vibes from previous albums.A mélange of deep, aquatic sounds, moody melodies and spacey ambiance receive prominence in Museum of Consciousness. Plenty of downtempo and chillout beats as one would expect from Shpongle, yet there's quite a bit of not unwelcome dance-friendly psytrance. In terms of composition and mood, it is darker than previous albums. At times, it is borderline melancholy, but that isn't to say this album has no brightness in it. Each track is intricate and heavily layered, absolutely laden with psychedelia and subtle yet powerful effects - Mr. Posford is no amateur of the studio, and he is certainly not shy about showing it off with his masterful sound design, production and mixing. The production quality is superb and clean. Twin Peaks and Pink Floyd influences are not imperceptible. Museum of Consciousness will certainly stand out as one of the brightest jewels in Shpongle's enigmatic crown. As with any jewel, it has its flaws. These minute nicks and dings, potentially only visible when examining it with a jeweler's loupe, are of course primarily a matter of opinion. It seems this latest crown jewel has been receiving a fair amount of undue criticism for "meaingless psychedelia," an apparent lack of substance, flow, or simply falling short of high expectations. Shpongle has been around for many years now, so of course some may object to new directions or an inherent lack of new directions. As one would expect, some might simply hate the new stuff. Arguably, this type of music has always been about the personal experience of listening through the album and looking inward to extract meaning from it, Shpongled or otherwise. I'd just like to point out that if one seriously has trouble finding *any* meaning in a musical composition that spans over an hour in length, they should seriously consider either listening again, or asking themselves, their inner Shpongoloid, what that apparent "absence" says about them. Put the jeweler's loupe away and you'll recognize the beauty...It's clearly evident that a lot of blood, sweat, and tears went into the creation of this sonic masterpiece. Simon and Raj aren't the type to put material out on a whim, and they obviously slaved over this album for us, their fans. Perfection is a lofty goal indeed, but in my humble opinion, it is perhaps one of Simon Posford's best works and I highly recommend it to any fan of Simon Posford or of Shpongle. Go get it if you haven't already, and judge for yourself the merit of the long-awaited fifth Shpongle album!
Much better than the previous album, seems to have a little more of the vibe of my favourite Nothing Lasts in terms of variety. Going to be a grower I reckon . I do wish they'd do a double album though
There is nothing new under the sun."Before the big bang" ep much better than this,Simon looks tired....
I am sure this album will grow on me just like the last two albums! But as for now It didn't strike my chordsUpdate after listening even more: I am by no means saying that this album is bad, but I truly think all the previous albums & EP's are better.
An absolutely amazing album, the best album I have heard in many years, and it has shot through as one of my all time favourites. Posford's skill and creativity, whilst being evident on earlier releases - is shown with the most true passion and clarity in this album. This album is fresh and colourful, and another thing i particularly enjoyed about it was the fantastic sound design.Get it!
I love Mercedes
Forget Mr.Papaya's meandering review below me - Museum of Consciousness is an excellent addition to the Shpongle catalog. As always, it's a surprisingly accessible sound for people who aren't exactly electronic music fanatics. Today my rock/metal co-worker was saying by the 2nd track, "What is this? This is good!" (This was on Jellyfish, btw.) It just goes to show how far Simon Posford's music has come after all these years.I will spare you a track-by-track analysis and summarize the album like this: yes, there are a lot of familiar elements that you'll recognize from past works, but that's ok. That's part of being an artist and developing a calling card sound. Simon takes those themes and continues to develop them further, with some exceptionally tasty vocal tweaks, some beautiful Twin Peaks-sounding pads (listen 7 minutes into Aquatic Garden!), the soothing flutes of Raja Ram and the predictably unpredictable drums and effects of Mr. Posford. It's a simultaneously rich and relaxed musical tapestry, with adult maturity in its execution, and childish enthusiasm in its creativity and improvisation. If you are an electronic music fan you owe it to yourself to own this album. There's an obvious talent at work here that surpasses most other names in the scene, and while music shouldn't really be a competition, if it was, Shpongle would be right near the top. Kudos Simon & Raja for another excellent chapter in the Shpongle Journey Book and here's hoping you're back for another US tour sometime soon!

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