Categorías:
Carrito 0

Servicio no disponible por el momento

Count Five|Psychotic Reaction

Psychotic Reaction

Count Five

Disponible en
16-Bit/44.1 kHz Estéreo

Streaming ilimitado

Escuche este álbum ahora en alta calidad en nuestras apps

Comenzar mi periodo de prueba gratis y escuchar este álbum

Disfrute de este álbum en las apps Qobuz con sususcripción

Suscribir

Disfrute de este álbum en las apps Qobuz con sususcripción

Idioma disponible: inglés

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-1002, 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 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. Then there's the mysterious "Pretty Big Mouth," a swamp rock groove with the most bizarre lyrics on the entire album. And they certainly get major cool points for being hip to the Who in 1966, recording "My Generation" and "Out in the Street" before almost anybody in the U.S. knew who Pete Townshend was; unfortunately, that goodwill is negated by the sheer incompetence of both covers. And really, that's the problem with most of Psychotic Reaction; Count Five were not in any way a particularly talented band outside of Ellner's vocals and, occasionally, John "Mouse" Michalski's gnarly lead guitar. Songs like 'Double Decker Bus" and "They're Gonna Get You" may be garage rock legends, thanks to Lester Bangs, but frankly, you'll find a half-dozen better songs on any of the Pebbles compilations.

© Stewart Mason /TiVo

Más información

Psychotic Reaction

Count Five

launch qobuz app Ya he descargado Qobuz para Windows / MacOS Abrir

download qobuz app Todavía no he descargado Qobuz para Windows / MacOS Descargar la app Qobuz

Está escuchando muestras.

Escuche más de 100 millones de pistas con un plan de streaming ilimitado.

Escuche esta playlist y más de 100 millones de pistas con nuestros planes de streaming ilimitado.

Desde $ 16.190,00/mes

1
Double-Decker Bus
00:01:58

Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

2
Pretty Big Mouth
00:02:09

Craig Atkinson, ComposerLyricist - Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist - John Michalski, ComposerLyricist - Ken Ellner, ComposerLyricist - Roy Chaney, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

3
The World
00:02:12

Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

4
My Generation
00:03:05

Peter Townshend, ComposerLyricist - Count Five, MainArtist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

5
She's Fine
00:02:11

Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

6
Psychotic Reaction
00:03:04

Joseph Hooven, Producer - Hal Winn, Producer - Craig Atkinson, ComposerLyricist - Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist - John Michalski, ComposerLyricist - Roy Chaney, ComposerLyricist - Kenneth Bruce Ellner, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

7
Peace Of Mind
00:02:20

Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist - John Michalski, ComposerLyricist - Roy Chaney, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

8
They're Gonna Get You
00:02:39

Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

9
The Morning After
00:01:57

Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

10
Can't Get Your Lovin'
00:01:46

Count Five, MainArtist - John Byrne, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

11
Out In The Street
00:02:26

Peter Townshend, ComposerLyricist - Count Five, MainArtist

℗ 1966 The Bicycle Music Company

Presentación del Álbum

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-1002, 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 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. Then there's the mysterious "Pretty Big Mouth," a swamp rock groove with the most bizarre lyrics on the entire album. And they certainly get major cool points for being hip to the Who in 1966, recording "My Generation" and "Out in the Street" before almost anybody in the U.S. knew who Pete Townshend was; unfortunately, that goodwill is negated by the sheer incompetence of both covers. And really, that's the problem with most of Psychotic Reaction; Count Five were not in any way a particularly talented band outside of Ellner's vocals and, occasionally, John "Mouse" Michalski's gnarly lead guitar. Songs like 'Double Decker Bus" and "They're Gonna Get You" may be garage rock legends, thanks to Lester Bangs, but frankly, you'll find a half-dozen better songs on any of the Pebbles compilations.

© Stewart Mason /TiVo

Acerca del álbum

Premios:

Mejorar la información del álbum
Más en Qobuz
Por Count Five

Rarities - The Double Shot Years

Count Five

Playlists

Quizás también le guste...

i/o

Peter Gabriel

i/o Peter Gabriel

Money For Nothing

Dire Straits

Money For Nothing Dire Straits

Rumours

Fleetwood Mac

Rumours Fleetwood Mac

Now And Then

The Beatles

Now And Then The Beatles

Dark Matter

Pearl Jam

Dark Matter Pearl Jam