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Psychotic Reaction- Street Trash 7” ~CHOCOLATE WATCHBAND!

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Psychotic Reaction- Street Trash 7”.  Four track ripper from The Psychocotic Reaction who took their name from the famously wigged-out track by 60's Garage legends The Count Five. This sucker just oozees pure 60s Garage Rock bliss namely bands like The Standells and The Chocolate Watchband. This UK combo has come up with an astounding single with it’s full on Hammond heavy Garage Rock attack, snarling guitars and snotty vocals. And check out that way out picture sleeve - it's groovy as hell. Recommended. Import from the UK.

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