Candies (ã‚ãƒ£ãƒ³ãƒ‡ã‚£ãƒ¼ã‚º) was a famous Japanese idol group of the 1970s. Candies was composed of three girls: Ran Ito (ä¼Šè—¤è˜ï¼‰ called Ran, Yoshiko Tanaka ï¼ˆç”°ä¸å¥½åï¼‰ called Sue and Miki Fujimura (è—¤æ‘ç¾Žæ¨¹ï¼‰ called Miki. Candies was formed in 1973, and starting with the song “ã‚ãªãŸã«å¤¢ä¸” (Anata ni muchu. crazy for you in English). They had overwhelming popularity with Japanese young people because of good harmonies.
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