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Album Review

A lot of spacier nineties rock gets described as "psychedelic, " but Whipped Cream takes this word back to its original meanings — their neo-rock-psychedelia is so closely linked to the sixties and early seventies that it tends to sound rather tired. Whipped Cream and Other Delights is no exception — when the band covers the Beatles' "Come Together" and winds up sounding like a slicked-up Jimi Hendrix track, it's clear that no element of forward thinking found its way into the studio. The album does wind up as a pretty unique collection of songs, simply because no other nineties bands seem so willing to revive an already-done sound — but most listeners would probably be happy with the sixties and seventies psychedelic source material the band is drawing from.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Comprising Jörgen Cremonese (vocals, guitars), Elisabeth Punzis (vocals), Lars Erik Grimelund (drums) and Jonas Sonesson (bass), Swedish pop band Whipped Cream formed in 1989. A group whose music has always striven to defy easy categorization, they made an impressive debut in 1990 with the release of Whipped Cream And Other Delights. The contents fluctuated from neo-ambient passages to 60s psychedelia, with atmospheric guitar-playing that recalled UK indie bands such as My Bloody Valentine. Perhaps...
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