From Brian DePalma's 1974 horror spoof, "Phantom Of The Paradise", come The Beach Bums - Peter Elbling (aka Harold Oblong), Jeffrey Commanor, and Archie Hahn), with their surf & hot rod opus, "Upholstery". Written by Paul Williams, this is as pure "1964 California" as The Hondells. "Phantom Of The Paradise" is an undiscovered gem from a genre that also produced "Young Frankenstein" and "Rocky Horror Picture Show". It is wildly funny, brilliantly satirical, weird and creepy in a Phil Spector sort of way - and quite Politically Incorrect. Paul Williams wrote a very catchy soundtrack of songs from the Doo Wop and Surf genres through Pop and, yes, even Heavy Metal. "Phantom" is a fine satire of the record industry and the horror film genre. As the saying goes, "Don't miss it if you can".