Psychotic Reaction, The download album
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Psychotic Reaction is the only studio album by the American garage rock band Count Five, released on October 1966, through Double Shot Records DSS5001. It features the hit single Psychotic Reaction, number five on the Billboard charts in October 1966, and The Who covers, My Generation and "Out in the Street". Previously to recording sessions, Count Five was rejected by several record labels before they got signed to the Los Angeles-based Double Shot Records in 1965.
Complete your Count Five collection. Hal Winn, president of the company would be present during the recording sessions while Sy Mitchell would engineer the recording process. This would ultimately lead to the release of their sole full-length record, Psychotic Reaction in 1966.
And frankly, despite Bangs' wild-eyed prose in praise of Psychotic Reaction, there would be some justice to that disappearance: this album really isn't all that great! There's the title track, of course, a total Yardbirds' ripoff that turns out to be better than any of that overrated band's patented rave-ups, thanks in huge part to Kenn Ellner's brilliantly bratty strangulated whine of a voice. Then there's the mysterious "Pretty Big Mouth," a swamp rock groove with the most bizarre lyrics on the entire album.
This is Psychotic Reactions third LP, recorded in 2013-2014. The album will also be Released on Vinyl and CD by Tussin Records. artwork by Spencer Tracy. Lineup includes Whitt Daniels on Drums. Nolan Dacus on Guitar and Vocals, Robert Layton on guitar and vocals. All songs written by Psychotic Reaction. All songs recorded by Chance Pickett at Psychedelic Graveyard Studios.
The Psychotic Reaction. The Psychotic Reaction in the Sheep Dip tent on the first day of LOTF 2009. The Psychotic Reaction.
Psychotic Reaction" was released as a single two times: on February 1965 with a local success, and on July 1966. The second release began to dominate radio playlists across the country. The song hit number five on the Billboard charts on September. As a strategic decision, their debut album was also titled Psychotic Reaction, released on October 1966. including seven new songs composed mostly by John Byrne.