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"Sex and Candy" is a song by American alternative rock group Marcy Playground, a single from their 1997 self-titled debut album. It is a post-grunge song with psychedelic elements. Lead singer John Wozniak was inspired to write the song after a woman told him that a room smelled like "sex and candy." The song's abstract lyrics refer to the disco era and include hippie lingo. In 1997, Wozniak said that "Sex and Candy" is an unorthodox love song; later, he said he does not know what the song means. It was released to radio on the week of September 15, 1997. It was physically released on November 4.[1]

Several media outlets compared "Sex and Candy" to the work of Nirvana[4][6][11][15] with Jonah Bayer of The A.V. Club specifically likening it to the sound of that band's 1994 album MTV Unplugged in New York.[4] Dan Weiss of LA Weekly wrote "Sex and Candy" is the only song on Marcy Playground besides "Saint Joe on the School Bus" that resembles Nirvana's music.[15] According to Gladstone of, many people mistakenly believe that "Sex and Candy" is a Nirvana song despite the fact that it was released after the suicide of Kurt Cobain; Gladstone opined "Only in the most superficial way is this song Nirvana-esque. It's moody and hooky."[16] Other bands and sounds that critics heard in the song were the sort of music played at coffeehouses,[3] Pearl Jam's session on MTV Unplugged session, jam bands,[4] The Beatles,[6] and Beck.[17]

"Sex and Candy" was released to radio on the week of September 15, 1997.[24] The Marcy Playground album drew little notice until a radio station in San Diego began playing "Sex and Candy". As the song became more popular, Wozniak was offered money for the publishing rights,[8] offers that increased from $100,000 to $750,000. Wozniak decided that he would sell the rights to "Sex and Candy" if a buyer was willing to give him $1 million for the rights to the track and $750,000 for his next album.[8] A week after the song reached the top position on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks, he got three offers for those amounts and sold the rights.[8] "Sex and Candy" spent a then-record 15 weeks at number one on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart,[25] a record bested four years later by Nickelback's "How You Remind Me".[8] The track peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100[25] and number 2 on the Canadian Top Singles chart.[26] In the US, only 175,000 copies of the single were sent to retail outlets, selling 37,500 units during its first week on sale.[27]

"Sex and Candy" appeared on the soundtrack albums for the films Hurricane Streets (1997) and Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008).[10] The song is included in "Polka Power!", a polka medley from "Weird Al" Yankovic's album Running with Scissors (1999). Will Hines of Vulture deemed Yankovic's rendition of "Sex and Candy" the comedic highlight of the medley.[32] "Sex and Candy" was used in "Scratches," an episode of True Blood's second season. Sheila Dichoso of Paste wrote that the episode's use of the song was one of the show's "best musical moments."[33] Jimmy Fallon parodied the song with Halloween-themed lyrics during a Weekend Update sketch on Saturday Night Live.[23]

Maroon 5 released a slow, soul cover of the song as a bonus track on the album V (2014).[9][22] Bustle deemed it the best song on the album and praised it for sounding different from Maroon 5's earlier work,[22] while Idolator said the cover "is a well-executed reminder that the late '90s were, well, completely awesome."[9] A version of "Sex and Candy" serves as the opening track of Slothrust's Show Me How You Want It To Be (2017), an EP of cover songs. Slothrust's arrangement of the song includes a classic rock-style guitar solo.[19] Beth Bowles of Exclaim! enjoyed the cover, calling it "haunting and raw, closely comparable to the original but threaded with Slothrust's signature smoky grunge."[34]

In 2021, electronic musician Arca released Electra Rex as a preview for her album Kick iii. The song is a combination of the Electra complex and Oedipus complex in "a nonbinary psychosexual narrative".[20]


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