San Diego's Only Psychedelic Cops (1964-69)
01. Election For Mayor,Ride My Train Of Love 05:18
02. I'll Be On The Inside, If I Can 03:27
03. I'd Rather See You Dead 03:50
04. Find Me A Moment 02:59
05. Getting Too Much Higher 03:42
06. Adler 03:30
07. Gypsy Fast Woman 05:54
08. I'll Find Love 04:21
09. There's A Light Over The City 02:39
10. My World Of Wax 03:16
11. World Of Wax 02:42
12. Smoking At Windsor Hill 03:02
13. Bonnie 02:51
14. Oh No 02:06
15. Why 02:12
16. Searching For My Love 02:08
17. There Are The Words 02:00
18. Once And For All Girl 02:15
19. Your Ma Said You Cried In Your Sleep Last Night 02:12
20. How Do You Tell A Girl 02:30
Brain Police - 1-10 K.B. Artists LP (1968), 11-12 Head single (1969)
Man-Dells - 13-14 single tracks (1964-65)
Other Four - 15-20 single tracks (1965-66)
Rick Randle - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Larry Grant - Guitar
David Randle - Guitar on "I'll Be On The Inside, If I Can"
Norman Lombardo - Bass, Vocals
Frank Mannix - Bass
Tony Johnson - Drums
Sid Smith - Drums on "I'd Rather See You Dead"
Benny Bennett - Percussion on "I'll Find Love"
The Brain Police were an early psychedelic garage band who, in the late '60s, opened for many national acts, including the Who, the Byrds, Cream, Jefferson Airplane, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Steppenwolf, and Buffalo Springfield. They essentially spun off from the group the Man-Dells, with guitarists Rick Randle and Larry Grant and bassist Norman Lombardo, who were all still in junior high when that group released its first single in 1965, "Bonnie" (with "Oh No" on the flipside). The trio had also played with the Other Four. They became the Brain Police in 1968, with Rick's younger brother David Randle joining on guitar, and earned a large local following.