The Hellers were a mid-’60s, L.A.-based collective of advertising singers, talkers and players led by media genius Hugh Heller.
Among their highlights was “Creative Freakout: Advertising Protest Songs” (10-inch vinyl, 1967), sadly currently unavailable on CD or vinyl reissue. Intended as a promotional giveaway to potential and existing advertising clients, Creative freakout is a groovy two-sided trip involving orgies, crazy Mod threads and the avant garde.
MOJO Magazine says: “Like a clash between Marshall McLuhan and Mike Sammes, Creative Freakout is a charming and very funny little record.”
…you can hear some of it here:

Edited by pinkpressthreat on 28 Oct 2011, 11:55

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