A music group called The Yellow metal Shades produced singles and an album in the ’60s and really should not end up being confused using a pack of doo wop and tempo and blues groupings called The Golden Shades from the prior decade. No one would make this error predicated on a visible sighting: The Yellow metal Shades started as three pimply, nerdy white young boys. Without explaining the dismal reception they could have got at the type of dark club where among the The Golden Shades outfits may have performed in the ’50s, The Platinum Shades could have also appear freakishly out of place going to the crazy orgy in Russ Meyer’s camp vintage, Beyond the Valley from the Dolls. The assessment is perfect for better factors than to drop the past due Meyer’s name and think about the womanly pulchritude encircling him: Drummer and vocalist Randy Seol, innovator of The Platinum Shades, went on to become person in the Strawberry NOISY ALARMS, the music group that performs in the film picture under conversation. Herewith, the best reason to view Beyond the Valley from the Dolls frequently, to be able to observe Seol’s overall performance for study on [RoviLink=”MN”]The Platinum Shades[/RoviLink]. Seol’s group was mixed up in first half from the ’60s, climaxing within an recording release around the La Brea recording in 1965. By that point the group was a septet in photos, including a lady singer. Earlier photos illustrate a quartet, preceded by these original trio offering Seol, Expenses Ewing and Glen Campbell Ross that supposedly performed at Los Angeles’ hipper bowling alleys. Listeners who are keen on the sport may choose to locate the group’s 1st solitary, a pairing of “Hit” and “Gutterball”. The La Brea recording was documented live and like lots of the fossilized continues to be within the La Brea Tar Pits offers evolved right into a useful collector’s item, only if because it shows a place known as the Teenbeat Golf club actually been around in NEVADA. In 1966 and a little bit of the following 12 months, Seol drummed inside a music group known as Thee Sixpence with guitarist and vocalist Ed Ruler; in March of 1967 both of these players became a member of the 1st line-up from the Strawberry NOISY ALARMS.