So where do you start to describe the songs? The best way is not to and let listeners discover them for themselves. I've gone partly down this route by embedding no songs, encouraging you to hopefully listen. There is something here for everyone, but as a whole, the album is a top notch listen.
The Garage Rock of I'll Set U Free, the rock and roll singalong that is Affection's Walkin' The Wire and the call and response of Don't Bank Your Heart On it are just three examples of the direction hopping. Then there is the sleazy Glam of Gotcha Money On Yr Mind, the big anthemic rock of Never Coming Back Again, which is in The Motors territory and the wonderful Orgone Box like Psych Pop of Some Other Wonder.
The more straight ahead songs complement the adventure rather than leading it. There also has to be a special mention for the wonderful, Todd Rundgren aided, Acceptance which is really dancey with a killer chorus. There really is so much to enjoy here. This is an album that deserves repeated listens for decades to come.
Don't Bank Your Heart On It can be bought everywhere and it should be owned. It is on all the streaming sites for a listen if my words don't convince you. You can follow links from here.