Initially they were called Organized Confusion, then changed to End Result.
An executive's wife at Fantasy christened them Paradise Express, a name she plucked from a television show.
They recorded two late 70's albums.
In their debut they covered Paul Jabara's "Dance" and "Poinciana".
Their second album included an almost Hi-NRG cover of the Holland-Dozier-Holland's "Nowhere To Run".