By Rob O'Connor
June 27, 1997 at 04:00 AM EDT

Fly Stereophonic

B+

With its trippy guitar and organ, and lyrical references to getting high, Lida Husik’s fifth album, Fly Stereophonic, is altered-consciousness pop: slightly hazy but subliminally catchy. Her thoughts don’t always make sense, but their free-associating quality matches her voice, often electronically layered for seductive effect. Husik smartly adds an underlying groove to ensure things don’t get sappy. B+

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