Candy-O is the second studio album by the American rock band the Cars. It was released in 1979 on Elektra Records. Featuring the Top 20 hit "Let's Go" and the minor hit "It's All I Can Do", the album charted 15 places higher than its predecessor on the Billboard Hot 100. The album features cover art by pin-up artist Alberto Vargas. Unlike the first album, Candy-O was created under a more democratic approach
The album was produced by Maurice Starr and Arthur Baker. Bobby put the group together by adding Ricky Bell and Michael Bivins. With need for an additional singer, Ralph Tresvant was added in 1978.
Cotton Candy is an album by Al Hirt that was released in 1964 by RCA Victor. The album features the Anita Kerr Singers. The title track hit No. 3 on the Easy Listening chart and No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. "Walkin'" was released as the B-Side to "Cotton Candy" and reached No. 103 on the Billboard 100. The album landed on the Billboard 200 chart in 1964, reaching "Cotton Candy" (Russ Damon). Hello, Dolly!" (Jerry Herman). Django's Castle" (Django Reinhardt). Moo Moo" (Allen Toussaint).
I Want Candy is a compilation album by new wave group Bow Wow Wow, released by RCA Records in May 1982
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Candy Girls featuring Valerie Malcolm singles chronology. I Want Candy" (1996). I Want Candy" was the first single to be taken from Melanie C's fourth album This Time, in the UK, Denmark and Italy. The song was also the soundtrack to the movie of the same name, and the video saw Melanie dancing for the first time since the Spice Girls
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FRUITS CANDY is the third and final ending song of the Cardcaptor Sakura anime series. The single contains no other songs; only a version of "FRUITS CANDY" performed by Sakura Tange (Sakura), Junko Iwao (Tomoyo) and Aya Hisakawa (Kero). The third track is the instrumental or "Original Karaoke" version of "FRUITS CANDY". The single was released in Japan on November 20th, 1999.