“Psychotic Reaction” was selected as one of the “500 Most Influential Songs In Rock n’ Roll History” by the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame.

The San Jose, California garage band Count Five is best known for its song “Psychotic Reaction”, which reached #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1966 and was later selected as one of the “500 Most Influential Songs In Rock n’ Roll History” by the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame. “Psychotic Reaction”, a rave-up heard worldwide, gained fame in the US, UK, Spain, Japan, and Mexico. It has been covered by artists as diverse as The Cramps, Tom Petty, Brenton Wood and Television, and has been included on countless 1960’s themed compilation albums.