Like and cash were a couple of things that eluded the Scottish music group Like and Cash. After splitting from his backseat function in Friends Once again in 1984, Adam Grant (vocals, electric guitar) formed Like and Profit 1985 as an wall socket for his developing songwriting abilities. Like and Cash released the one “Candybar Express” in 1986, getting airplay on U.S. brand-new wave r / c with its mixture of jazz, spirit, and funk. Nevertheless, the group’s debut record, ALL YOU HAVE TO Is…, was practically disregarded. In 1988, Offer ventured further into his R&B affects on Like and Money’s second LP, Unusual Kind of Like. Grant’s bluesy croon and introspective lyrics stood as opposed to his group’s upbeat funk, and the initial combination arrived on university radio. Nevertheless, also after a few months of touring and wide-spread critical praise, Like and Cash still couldn’t discover an viewers. Frustrations using their record label Phonogram resulted in Appreciate and Money’s downcast disposition on 1991’s Canines in the Visitors. Grant dumped Like and Money’s danceable rhythms for the record, rather veering into blues and nation. Phonogram lowered the group prior to the discharge of 1993’s country-flavored littledeath; the music group was found by Iona in the U.K. and Mesa/Bluemoon in the U.S. littledeath was Like and Money’s last breath; they split up in 1994. Offer pursued a single profession while Paul McGeechan (keyboards) and Douglas MacIntyre (guitars, support vocals) became a member of Sugartown with ex-Hipsway vocalist Graham “Skins” Skinner.