Candyland had a lovely teeth for Madchester: dope-fueled dance beats; choppy, sluggish guitars; and pieces of ’60s psychedelic pop. Probably even more club-oriented than their peers, the multi-racial group — it presented associates from Somalia and Jamaica aswell as in the U.K. — was produced in London, Britain, by Felix Tod (vocals) and David Wesley Ayers, Jr. (electric guitar); Kenediid Osman (bass), Derrick McKenzie (drums), and Colin Payne (keyboards) had been eventually put into the lineup. Gil Norton, renowned manufacturer of post-punk serves like Echo & the Bunnymen as well as the Pixies, documented the band’s initial demo. Even prior to the group’s debut one, “Elixir of youth,” appeared, these were invited to execute at the fantastic British isles Music Weekend in Wembley. In 1991, Candyland released their initial in support of LP, Suck It and find out, breaking up soon after its discharge. In 1993, the breathy-voiced Tod became a manufacturer, dealing with Heather Nova; he finished up making four of her albums aswell as reggae musician Mishka’s (Nova’s sibling) 1999 self-titled debut.