Kliph Nesteroff Presents "a portal into a previously unseen world" - The Guardian
"Invaluable" - The Onion AV Club
"Important" - John Hodgman, The Daily Show
The song Paul's singing ("The Hell Of It") is one he wrote and sang in the 1974 film "Phantom of the Paradise".I got the chance to meet him at a local revival screening of the film a couple of years ago. He's very funny, a great racounteur and very candid about what he calls his "Hayley Mills years" back in the 70s :)
"The Hell Of It" was a pretty raunchy song ("Good for nothing, bad in bed/Nobody likes you and you're better off dead, goodbye") on a show aimed at pre-teenyboppers starring Tiger Beat pinups Shaun Cassidy and Parker Stevenson. Makes the Sex Pistols sound like Up With People.Could the extras dancing in front of Paul be any LESS enthusastic?
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