Composed of Jörgen Cremonese (vocals, guitars), Elisabeth Punzis (vocals), Lars Erik Grimelund (drums) and Jonas Sonesson (bass), Swedish pop music group Whipped Cream produced in 1989. An organization whose music provides generally striven to defy easy categorization, they produced an extraordinary debut in 1990 using the discharge of Whipped Cream And Various other Delights. The items fluctuated from neo-ambient passages to 60s psychedelia, with atmospheric guitar-playing that recalled UK indie rings such as for example My Bloody Valentine. Possibly the group’s most significant strength, nevertheless, was the initial vocal blend attained by Cremonese and Punzis. LISTEN IN The Hundred years was also better-received, one local newspaper noting it as ‘a milestone in Swedish documenting background’. It included a cover edition of Captain Beefheart’s ‘Observatory Crest’ that was also released as an individual. The group’s 1992 tour seduced large viewers and their worldwide appeal was verified when BBC Radio 1 disk jockey John Peel off booked them for the session.