On the evidence of Nitin Sawhney's fifth album, world music really has lost the run of itself. This beautifully produced but spiritually empty record features 200 musicians, was recorded across six continents - and it's still not very good. As might have been predicted, the whole is less than the sum of its parts; Indian classical, drum'n'bass and samba all make an appearance but the various styles simply sound lumped together and never really fuse into anything greater. Sawhney is a man who takes himself very seriously (his songs include samples of Martin Luther King and excerpts of an interview with Nelson Mandela) but ultimately his album irritates far more than it inspires.