It's been a long wait for fans of Simon Posford & Raja Ram's brainchild, but they have finally graced the soundwaves once more with their latest album. There are surely few musicians out there capable of the exquisite production and masterful use of a variety of top musicianship. While their music is largely electronic in orientation, you're unlikely to hear a collection of such a dynamic range of instruments on one CD. While I feel that they were faced with the impossible task of following up their last album "Tales of the Inexpressible", they haven't done a bad job at all. While the former, in my opinion, will always be at the top of any genre listing, this album still manages to do credit to its memory and provide us with more of the same. The fact that it is not the same quantum leap that "Tales of the Expressible" was after "Are You Shpongled" is the only reason that I can't give this album 5 stars. However, I would dearly love to give it a higher sub-perfection rating than 4/5. In closing I would say that anyone who is new to Shpongle would be better off buying "Tales of the Inexpressible", but those of you who have been along for the ride up 'till now will undoubtedly take great pleasure from this latest - and supposedly last - installment of Shpongle.