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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.

referencing Psychotic Reaction, LP, Album, LP-DSS-5001, DSS-5001. speaking of classic : Brilliantly groovy widely adictive . Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing Psychotic Reaction, LP, Album, Mono, LP-DSM-1001. Is this the original 1st mono pressing or the other that doesn't state monaural.

High Energy Rock and Roll band from Norman, OK. est. 2007 heavily influenced by The Stooges, MC5, Radio Birdman, 13th Floor Elevators, The Yardbirds, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, early country blues music, . Lovecraft, George Orwell and Lucid Dreams.

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this album than an album by Nuggets staples like the Remains. 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.

Psychotic Reaction was written by Count Five ’s Irish singer and guitarist John Sean Byrne. Byrne was a student at San Jose City College, where he got the idea for the title from a health class. At first, the song didn’t do much on the charts, but then LA’s influential KRLA started spinning the track. Things might’ve turned out different for the Count Five if the band hadn’t turned down millions in tour bookings to go back to school.

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