There are 12 rather short songs on When You Hear The Music, It's Yours. The closest comparisons I can think of are maybe West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, United States of America, Ultimate Spinach and and the softer side of Fifty Foot Hose. Most of the songs are rather atmospheric and laid-back with cool melodies, piano, organ, harmony vocals etc. Even then the weird sound effects add a mind-melting layer. The title track that opens the album is a good example of this. Some of the songs with fuzz guitar rock harder like the Jefferson Airplane/Iron Butterfly styled "Mother Said" and "Cry". At times the going gets rather weird and experimental indeed so no wonder Liberty Records was too scared to sign the band... I often find myself smiling with the odd sounding experimentation but it's just because I'm enjoying the ride! The songs in themselves are very good, sometimes even excellent. There are some bluesy influences in there as well as pop of course. All in all, this is must-have for all experimental 60s psychedelia lovers.