Swedish pop band Ray Wonder shaped in Umea in the first ’90s, comprising vocalist/guitarist Henrik Andersson (ex-Komeda), bassist Toft Stade (ex-Shredhead), drummer Per Helin (ex-Puffin), and guitarist Ludvig. It had taken the group 8 weeks to create an album’s worthy of of materials; Pele Henricsson (Stade’s stepfather) provided his studio room for use, as well as the music group recorded and blended their music in two times. The music group contemplated stopping until Helin performed the recordings for his close friends at North of No South Information. North of No South loved what they noticed a lot that they released it. That record, Hurray, premiered in 1994. Two EPs and an individual predated their second full-length, 1996’s Great Music. After another couple of singles, A FRESH Kind of Like, was released in 2000.