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Count Five - 1967-68 - Psychotic Reaction (1999)

The Count Five was a 1960s garage rock band from San Jose, California, best known for their Top 10 single "Psychotic Reaction". The band was founded in 1964 by John "Mouse" Michalski (lead guitar) and Kenn Ellner (harmonica, vocals), two high school friends who had previously played in several short-lived outfits. After going shortly under the name The Squires, and several line-up changes later, the Count Five were born. Roy Chaney took over bass duties, John "Sean" Byrne  played rhythm guitar and lead vocals, and Craig "Butch" Atkinson played drums. The Count Five gained distinction for their habit of wearing Count Dracula-style capes when playing live. The band members were rejected by several record labels before they got signed to the Los Angeles-based Double Shot Records. "Psychotic Reaction" was released as a single, peaking at #5 in the U.S. charts in late 1966. The band got along for about another year, but dropped out of view altogether when their only hit had fallen from public memory. Another setback to a potential career in the music business was the decision of the five members (who were between the ages of 17 and 19) to pursue college degrees.

01 - Psychotic Reaction
02 - Double Decker Bus
03 - Pretty Big Mouth
05 - My Generation
06 - She's Fine
07 - Peace Of Mind
08 - They're Gonna Get You
09 - The Morning After
10 - Can't Get Your Lovin'
11 - Out In The Street
12 - Teeny Bopper, Teeny Bopper
13 - You Must Believe Me
14 - Contrast
15 - Merry-Go-Round
16 - Declaration Of Independence
17 - Revelation In Slow Motion
18 - Mailman

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