"Pungent Effulgent" once again featured guitarist Ed Wynne and bassist Roly Wynne on seven rock instrumentals that bridge the gap between so many genres. Ed Baker writes, "Every track has it's own distinctive flavor and composition, on this album alone we are taken on a flight via "Disolution" to "0-1"'s tight punchy rhythms and blissed out keyboards complete with a rocking slice of space jazz and bongo fury in the middle eight. Live favorite "Kick Muck" is a microcosm of Ozricness, an amalgamation of flavors squeezed together and exploding out into a mad piece of Middle Eastern guitar and keyboard interplay, a thrashing frenzy that falls over itself to reach the finish. The Tentacles unique blend of progressive ethnic-space-dance-jazz-rock merely hints at their influences, a respectable nod to 'You' period Gong and 'Rainbow Dome Musick' era Hillage or Ed's favorites, krautrockers Kraan."
|06:15||Disolution (The Clouds Disperse)||Vocal|
|04:36||The Domes Of G'Bal||Instrumental|
|06:08||Shaping The Pelm||Instrumental|
|04:05||Agog In The Ether||Instrumental|
|19:03||Ayurvedism (Bonus Track)||Instrumental|
|Ed Wynne||Guitar, Synthesizer, Production|
|Joie Hinton||Synthesizer, Sampling|
|John Egan||Flute, Voice|
|Ed Baker||Liner Notes|
|Brian Burrows||Sleeve Remix|
|Rich Warfield||Original Masters Logo Design|
|Nick Van Gelder||Drums on "The Domes Of G'Bal"|
|Recorded at Poel Studios, Wales and at Rushmere, London.
Drums on "Wreltch" by Generator John.
Percussion on "Agog In The Ether" By Marcus.