This is the only Turangalila I know, but still I feel I can say that these ravish polish players don't know any compromise; they get to work here with a gripping, almost merciless drive and fervor, that I can only take my hat and bow... If you want to relax, look elsewhere, but if you'd like to take a walk on the wild side, this is the one for you. Bad to the bone, or to the loudspeakers or your neighbors ears, that is.
The piece itself, oddly enough, reminds me of Mussorgsky's "Pictures" work from time to time, as it has also an eastern influence that renders it a bit exotic, especially through the well embedded Ondes Martenot. It's like Mussorgsky meets Schoenberg, so to speak. The sound is good and clear, but also hard as glass, just in tune with a white hot performance like this one.
In summary, if you want something extraordinary and different, go for it. Five stars to Antoni and the boys, well done and well deserved.