Whipped Cream was a rock band from Gothenburg, Sweden, formed in 1989.
Whipped Cream formed in 1989 with an initial line-up of Elisabeth Punzi (vocals), Jörgen Cremonese (vocals, guitars), Jonas Sonesson (bass), and Lars Erik Grimelund (drums). With a sound heavily influenced by late 1960s/early 1970s psychedelic rock, and gaining comparisons to My Bloody Valentine, they released their debut album, ...and Other Delights, in 1990. The album was well received, and the band was invited to record a session for John Peel's BBC Radio 1 show in 1991. The 1992 follow-up, Tune In the Century, received widespread critical acclaim, with one Swedish reviewer calling it "a milestone in Swedish recording history", and featured a cover version of Captain Beefheart's "Observatory Crest", which was issued as a single the same year. The band's third album, the much more heavy-rock sounding Horse Mountain (1994), by now with Fredrik Sandsten (later of The Soundtrack of Our Lives) on drums, was followed by a split in the band, with Sandsten and Sonesson leaving.
The band was reformed by Punzi for a proposed 1996 album Possessed, with musicians including King Diamond guitarist Snowy Shaw, Mercyful Fate bassist Sharlee D'Angelo and keyboard player Charlie Storm, although the album was never released. Punzi later worked with The Mole Session.