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Candyflip

Candyflip

Candyflip


Candyflip were a British electronic dance band who rode the madchester wave in the early 1990s. Candyflip were named after the slang term for the practice of taking ecstasy and LSD at the same time which fit perfectly with the popular rave scene of the time. The band were formed by Danny Spencer (vocals, keyboards), Kelvin Andrews (keyboards) and Ric Peet (keyboards) in 1990. The band had a top three UK hit with an electronic cover of The Beatles' "Strawberry Fields Forever" in 1990. Read more on Last.fm
Candyflip were a British electronic dance band who rode the madchester wave in the early 1990s. Candyflip were named after the slang term for the practice of taking ecstasy and LSD at the same time which fit perfectly with the popular rave scene of the time. The band were formed by Danny Spencer (vocals, keyboards), Kelvin Andrews (keyboards) and Ric Peet (keyboards) in 1990. The band had a top three UK hit with an electronic cover of The Beatles' "Strawberry Fields Forever" in 1990. The b-side of the 12" Single contained another electronic track entitled "Can You Feel The Love". In 1991, Candyflip released their first album, Madstock.

. . The Continuing Adventures of Bubble Car Fish, which combined rave beats with synth pop, strongly influenced by bands such as the Pet Shop Boys and The Beloved. A further single "This Can Be Real" fared less well on the UK Singles Chart, only reaching #60. The band were criticized for jumping on the madchester bandwagon and were treated by the press as a one-hit wonder. Candyflip split up in 1992 after the UK rave and baggy scene faded into history.

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