9 thoughts on “ Psychotic Reaction - Count Five - Psychotic Reaction (CD, Album) ”

  1. Dabar says:
    Apr 19,  · referencing Psychotic Reaction, LP, Album, LP-DSS, DSS Members of The Count Five met while attending Pioneer High School in San Jose, California. The original band was called The Squires, not to be confused with the other psychedelic group of /5().
  2. Kanris says:
    If it were not for Lester Bangs' hilarious and fanciful essay "Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung," which sent generations of impressionable young hipsters-in-training to their local used-record stores in search of Double Shot DBL, the world would not much recall Count Five's Psychotic Reaction; the average casual garage rock fan would be no more likely to search for this album than 6/
  3. Moogukinos says:
    hyagarsutomalle.kirootvitoripullewebnexttudoka.co(album)#Track_listing All songs written by John Byrne, except where noted. 1. Double-Decker Bus – 2. Pr.
  4. Faekus says:
    All tracks Mono except 15, 16 and 21 Stereo. Tracks 1, 8, 12, 13, 20, 22 and 23 previously unissued. Contains tracks from the 'Psychotic Reaction' LP (Double Shot DSM ), non LP tracks, demos and previously unreleased material/5(21).
  5. Tygorr says:
    If you are deciding to have lunch with the Count, make sure you don't get cheated. The July, CD release on Big Beat ("Psychotic Revelation: The Ultimate Count Five") supersedes all previous versions of "Psychotic Reaction: The Very Best of Count Five." The tracks increase from 18 to 24 with mono and stereo mixes of certain tunes/5(21).
  6. Dibei says:
    Psychotic Reaction, an Album by Count Five. Released in October on Double Shot (catalog no. DSM; Vinyl LP). Genres: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: Sean Byrne (vocals, rhythm guitar), Roy Chaney (electric bass), John Michalski (lead guitar), Kenn Ellner (vocals, tambourine, harmonica), Craig Atkinson (drums), Sy Mitchell (engineer), Joseph Hooven (producer), /5(31).
  7. Kele says:
    "Psychotic Reaction" is a song by the American garage rock band Count Five, released in June on their debut studio album of the same name. It peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot , and was among the first successful acid (or psychedelic) rock songs, containing the characteristics that would come to define acid rock: the use of feedback and distortion replacing early rock music's more.
  8. Taushicage says:
    The Count Five were recognizable for their habit of wearing Count Dracula-style capes when playing live. [3] "Psychotic Reaction", an acknowledged cornerstone of garage rock, [4] was initially devised by Byrne, with the group refining it and turning it into the highlight of their live sets.
  9. Digor says:
    Sep 27,  · 60's Garage Rock, this is actually from a pretty well known band (In comparison to the stuff I usually upload), so forgive the intrusion into the comparative.

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