Angelica

Angelica were an all-girl punk rock band from Lancaster, England . Holly Ross (lead vocals and guitar), Brigit Colton (bass guitar), Claire Windsor (guitar) and Rachel Parsons (drums) formed the band while still at school.

Beginning with their debut single "Teenage Girl Crush" on the independent label Deceptive Records, they were regulars on the independent music scene, making numerous appearances on BBC Radio 1 's Evening Session and the legendary John Peel show.

In August 1999 their first release on Fantastic Plastic " Why Did You Let My Kitten Die? " was voted Alternative Record of the Year by the Evening Session audience. Their follow-up single in November, peaked at No 8 in the Indie Charts. The band finished the year with a Peel Session and a showcase set on Lamacq Live . In January 2000 Angelica played at the NME Awards with Ash and Muse . In April 2000, their debut album The End of a Beautiful Career , recorded in Matrix Studios London and produced by Paul Tipler, reached No 4 in the Indie Charts. In August 2000 the band played at the Reading and Leeds Festivals , and their single " Take Me I'm Your Disease " debuted at No 1 in the Indie charts.

In 2002 Angelica completed a European tour supporting Babes in Toyland and also appeared on the Ladyfest Tour. Their first full-length album The Seven Year Itch was produced by Kat Bjelland of Babes in Toyland.

Currently Holly Ross is playing with The Lovely Eggs. Bridget Colton and Rachel Parsons have been appearing with the Lancastrian band The Adventures of Loki . xxx

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The End Of A Beautiful Career
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Why Did You Let My Kitten Die
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Bring Back Her Head
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Take Me I'm Your Disease
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The End Of A Beautiful Career
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The End Of A Beautiful Career
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Take Me I'm Your Disease
7"
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Take Me I'm Your Disease