Elliot said:

elliotparisCandy-O was nearly effortless for me. We just didn’t have to labor over anything. I had all of the solos planned out for the first album; for this one, I just sort of winged it. I came up with a lot of stuff that I had to go back and figure out afterwards! I think we got a more immediate effect this time out — a punchier record. The guitars are mixed louder, that’s for sure. You can really hear them chunking away. It’s a total rock-out for me. We’re totally breaking out the big guns this time, and it’s going to be great fun for me to play these songs on stage.” — Candy-O press kit, 1979

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