Special Edition PAUL Somethin’ Somethin’ For the Radavist Feb 7, 2018

Over in Chico, Travis from PAUL had an idea, inspired from a certain band from the 80’s and wanted to do a fun product for the readers of this website. Splatter ano, like this band, had its heyday in the 1980’s and without giving you a direct link, if you search for the band’s name this color combination represents, it’ll take you to a special page where you can pick one of these special Somethin’ Somethin’ up.

We’ll give you two hints. The first being: this band was formed by two brothers, who were born in the Netherlands and moved to Pasadena, California in the early 60’s. The second: two lead singers were prominent during this band’s lifespan, which continues today.

If you head to PAUL and add in the answer to the search bar, it’ll take you straight to the product. For whatever reason, y’all can’t figure this out, express your concern in the comments…


  • Zac Stanley


  • Nicholas Rokitka

    Super cool! It’s been a while since I’ve seen something unique, useful, and less than $250. Keep up the good work!

  • mrbiggs

    That’s fun. Took a guess, got it right. I’d never have thunk you or Paul as fans of … them guys. I’d like a Styx Tall-&-Handsome, or a Duran Duran Boxcar please.

    • Oh I’m not really a fan – was more into vegan sxe hardcore when my friends were listening to them – but the iconography is always interesting.

      • C Law

        Hah! Maybe an Earth Crisis edition will be next. Camo with black X’s

    • Peter Hedman

      Men Without Hats boxcar would be sweet too!

  • Tony Clifton

    You forgot to add that one of the two lead singers sucks.

    • Jared Fickel

      Gary Cherone?

      • Tony Clifton


      • Warwick

        I saw them play live with Cherone and he was pretty good live, but that album was terrriiibbblllleee

  • Johnny Burrell

    Got it on the first guess, which is cool for me because I’m an idiot when it comes to anything trivia.

  • James Jay

    I was listening to Jump and jumping off the coffee table when I was about 4.

  • Devin Mooney


  • Peter Hedman

    Diver Down! The DLR era was the best, ATMO.

  • Ted Barbeau

    I was driving through Connecticut once and came across a mailbox painted like Eddie’s guitar. Pretty hilarious: https://www.instagram.com/p/3HQmACTQ25/?taken-by=tedbarbeau

  • Keith Gibson

    damn – missed it

  • Warwick

    This is just too good, have my order in!

  • Rob T.

    <—-eddie approves

    man, "took a guess" makes me feel old.

    • AdamBike99

      Listen up, youngster. I didn’t have to guess- I knew it was VH without a shadow of a doubt. Luv, Gramps


  • JC

    Hey John – Next time you run into some of the OG PMBC crew, ask them about Diamond Dave and Pasadena Cyclery. Apparently he purchases his Lycra from Incycle these days.

  • Chris Valente

    I love Travis’ IG feed from the depths of PAUL, but I miss Fresh Air.

    • Ditto. That was a gem of a shop. And Travis is a gem of a person.

  • Dustin Sharp

    Sold out. I think they need to do stems and other components with this option.

  • Mark Rothschild

    I miss…the Carpenters…Live Winterland

  • AdamBike99

    Trivial note: the original artwork on Eddie’s Kramer was taped/masked and painted and not splatter. All hard edges and clean lines. ;-)

    • Yeah, it’s hard to do that with this method of anodizing.

      • AdamBike99

        Agreed. That said, PAUL did a superb job!

  • Luke Heerema

    So…what was it?