"Sunshine After the Rain" is a song originally written and recorded by Ellie Greenwich in 1968, titled as "The Sunshine After the Rain" and released on her album Composes, Produces and Sings. It was covered by Elkie Brooks in 1977 and Berri in 1994.
"Sunshine After the Rain" was released twice. During its first release, it was credited as "New Atlantic/U4EA featuring Berri" and reached number 26 on the UK Singles Chart in December 1994. A re-release in 1995 fared somewhat better, peaking at number four on the UK Singles Chart in September, this time credited solely as Berri. The re-release also became a hit in Australia, peaking at number 12 on the ARIA Singles Chart, and in Iceland and Ireland, reaching number 11 in both countries.
In 1995, DJ Paul Elstak produced a happy hardcore track titled "Rainbow in the Sky". The "K&A Blast" versions very closely resemble the Berri version of "Sunshine After the Rain". "Rainbow in the Sky" was released in the UK on 12" vinyl and CD. The "Rainbow in the Sky" CD single also contained Paul Elstak's single, "Luv U More".