The debut release for singer/songwriter Christopher Cash, Hollywood Mirage blends 80's new wave energy with 60's Pop nostalgia. Cash spent an impressionable youth scouring the soft underbelly of the 80's pop scene in Hollywood searching for, and finding inspiration. This album draws on experiences from film studio back lots to recording studio parking lots. Flicker of Light compares the larger than life, onscreen romance to the struggle for love felt by those without a script. Hollywood Mirage was inspired by the tragic life of porn star Savannah. Pardon Me asks the question: How free is love, really? Kithicor Wood is a frequent destination for those seeking to escape their mundane, real-world troubles online. Legends Lost is a tribute to our disposable heroes. Precarious World provides a view through a lens not made of rose-colored glass. Brace for Collision relates life in the emotional fast lane while Electronic Religion reminds us television is a powerful, though intangible deity. With sonic textures echoing influences from The Beatles to Oingo Boingo, Hollywood Mirage moves you through a kaleidoscope of musical colors. Enjoy the ride.