This DVD-Audio, one of the few created specifically for surround, is a slickly produced recording that uses surround quite effectively. In general the music superficially combines a variety of musical styles (Swahili vocals, Balinese "ketchak" (monkey-chant), chants, operatic vocals, flamenco guitar, etc.) over a generic "tribal" electro beat that overall becomes a vapid, unsatisfying mish-mash. It feels like dts, in an effort to promote DVD-Audio and surround, hired some musicians to whip up surround music that would have a broad, bland appeal. There is 1 slide per piece (each crassly headed by the self-promotional "dts music experience"). The mix is actually 6.1 if you are setup for that. There is also an "art" gallery and a binaural headphone mix offered. People who think this is "avant-garde" must only know mainstream rock. And while the use of surround is effective, it's not as innovative as the very adventurous Immersion release, and not as musically coherent as the Subotnick release (to mention 2 other DVD-Audios that are true surround sound).