Ignore the Weird Voice and Get It
The one sample track you can listen to has Dr. Dispenza using a voice that is meant to match the music. It can be "weird" and inconsistent. But as I listened the first time, even though the voice was distracting (I fear it will take a few listens to be able to let go of acknowledging the voice as I'm trying to meditate) I did tell myself while listening to this: It's GENIUS!
He uses some gorgeous operatic voices that I wish he'd use more often. A woman's voice just doing various keys with the rest of the music is quite gorgeous.
My one fear: I doubt I'll be choosing to listen to ANY of his other recordings after hearing this. This one is too good. I only made it through the first hour. It's an hour and 24 minutes long or so....
I will say "GET IT!". It's really amazing. There were some countdowns that I didn't understand. Obviously because I have only attended his progressive workshop and not his advanced, so I don't know what the countdown of 5 to 1 mean. I may pick up his latest Supernatural book at the library (No, I won't, I live in the church-run state of Utah, so it won't be at the library)...or...guess I'll have to buy it. It likely tells us what the countdown is for.
Also, want to note that I wish I was at an Advanced retreat. When everyone is meditating you can attain some heights like you can't do at home. When the room is full of that energy, I can't even imagine how amazing this meditation would be.