The song "Psychotic Reaction" was released as a single (first on February 1965), peaking at in the . charts in late 1966, after the second release on July 1966. The songs' lyrics were written mostly by John "Sean" Byrne, and the music and vocals were recorded in a very short time, so deliberately included two covers of The Who band as filler songs, to complete a brief album of eleven tracks.
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.
Count Five : Psychotic Reaction,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento 1966. Labels Festival Records Double Shot Records. Estilo de MúsicaGarage Rock. Membros têm este álbum3. 1. Double Decker Bus. 02:00.
GNP Crescendo Records logo retained on the repro sleeve. The artwork also reproduces the misspelt album title ('Phychotic Reaction') on the reverse. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Rights Society: BMI.
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Count Five was an American garage rock band, formed in San Jose, California in 1964, best known for their hit single "Psychotic Reaction". The band was founded in 1964 by John "Mouse" Michalski (born 1948, Cleveland, Ohio) playing lead guitar and Roy Chaney (born 1948, Indianapolis, Indiana) playing bass guitar. The two were high school friends who had previously played in several short-lived bands, most notably a surf rock group named The Citations.
Album · 1966 · 10 Songs. Psychotic Reaction The Fire Escape. Listen on Apple Music.
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. Double Shot was an independent label (active 1965-1972) owned by Harold "Hal" Winn and Joseph "Joe" Hooven, who were also songwriters and record producers. The song "Psychotic Reaction" was released as a single (first on February 1965), peaking at in the .