Cody Adams "Trance In The Martian Lounge"
This Album Is pure Psych-Rock.
The first track, "Let's Trance" is kind of Bizarre electronic stuff but a cool intro; Its not really representative of the rest of the record.
It really takes off on the second song, "Stiletto Platforms" which is very 60's in a good way, kind of has a T.Rex or Santana vibe.
"Lois B. Wilde" again sixties sounding vibe, the vocal melody kind of reminded me of the frank zappa song bobby brown. Cool guitar solo with plenty of pentatinics and pedal steel bends. Weird string and synth arrangements in the background, weirded me out, but were probably my favorite thing in the end.
"LoveSucker" is light and acoustic, big vocal hook. sounded kind of 90's Brit-popish.
"The Evening That Wouldnt Die" I thing is all layered synths. Very 80's with dotted eight delay on the synth bass. organ sounding synth part did cool weird arpeggiations.
"Invaders of The Stallion Race"
this song is an Intersteller Journey of Acoustic strumming and synth layers. Theres a tremelo on the vocals, thats pretty insane. and the background vocals sound like a tape sped up.
"Fancy Lemonade" notably more chill than the last couple songs. Parts of the lyrics are spanish. has some super 50's sounding vocal parts. and a sweet Marty Robbins solo.
"Starlene (Delicate Stranger)" starts out with a steady slow rock'n'roll groove sort of like Get Back or Come Together, then after like a minute it turns to a minor key with a crazy phaserish sound a falsetto vocals, then then it changes again to a part with chorus guitar and super ascending vocal stuff and crazy early 60's sounding background vocals, then it does some minor key stuff again, and ends with pretty chorus guitar.
"Intersteller Operator" This song reminds me of Wall era. Pink Floyd. I guess because of the solos and vocal hooks, and its a little funky. Good ending to the album with some ambient sounding stuff.
Overall: I like this album. All of the songs are good, they keep me interested, and they sound unified without running together too much. All the individual instruments have good tone and play cool parts, and the production as a whole is pretty good. WK