THE 3RD Rail are mostly known for his or her small 1967 hit single “Work, Run, Work,” which reached #53 and was included on the original Nuggets compilation of 1960s garage and psychedelic rock. “Operate, Run, Operate” is in fact not typical of all of what produced in the Nuggets anthology, having nothing in connection with garage rock. Rather, it had been a mildly smart, and gimmicky, pop-rock tune with bubblegummy components in the perky, choppy rhythms, sing-songy chorus, and high vocals and history harmonies. Lyrically it had been somewhat a lower above the past due-’60s bubblegum music the 3rd Rail’s principals would later on create, poking fun in the directly world corporate jungle. That was especially accurate of its unusual bridge, having a spoken mock-recitation of the brand new York STOCK MARKET where the numbers quoted measured center attacks, mental disease, ulcers, and general chaos instead of actual prices. THE 3RD Rail had been a studio-only group (although they do play one display in Cincinnati), made up of the improbable trio of Artie Resnick, his wife Kris Resnick, and Joey Levine. Artie Resnick was a Brill Building veteran who acquired co-written the Drifters’ “Beneath the Boardwalk” as well as the Rascals’ “Great Lovin’,” while Levine was an adolescent who had performed a little bit of documenting and played in a few local NY bands. They do do a complete album, Identification Music, and a few various other singles, within an unusual and oft-awkward mixture of past due Brill Building-period pop-rock, early bubblegum, psychedelia, and trendily socially relevant lyrics, generally offering Levine’s high fresh vocals. Following the Third Rail dissolved pursuing their last one in 1968, all three from the associates played leading assignments in early bubblegum rock and roll. Joey Levine acquired popular with “Yummy Yummy Yummy,” which he sang, though it had been credited towards the Ohio Express, and most of them became personnel songwriter/companies for Kasenetz & Katz Affiliates.