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Angelica

Angelica

Angelica


There are (at least) 5 artists using the name "Angelica". Angelica (1): 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 in 1994 and performed until 2003. Their music was influenced by punk music mixed with surf rock overtones, and feminist lyrics. Their releases are as follows: Albums: Read more on Last.fm
There are (at least) 5 artists using the name "Angelica". Angelica (1): 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 in 1994 and performed until 2003. Their music was influenced by punk music mixed with surf rock overtones, and feminist lyrics. Their releases are as follows: Albums: * The End of a Beautiful Career (2000) (Mini-Album) * The Seven Year Itch (2002) Singles: * “Teenage Girl Crush” (1997) * “Why Did You Let My Kitten Die?” (1999) * “Bring Back Her Head” (1999) * “Take Me I’m Your Disease” (2000) Holly Ross is now known as Holly Blackwell, and sings with her husband in The Lovely Eggs Angelica (2): Angelica is a Canadian melodic (Christian) metal band led by guitarist Dennis Cameron that released 4 albums during the period 1989 - 1992.

Their albums are as follows: Angelica: Angelica (1989) Angelica: Walkin' In Faith (1990) Angelica: Rock, Stock & Barrel (1991) Angelica: Time Is All It Takes (1992) You can visit www.nolifetilmetal.com/angelica.htm for more information... Angelica (3): (born Angelica Garcia, May 21, 1972, El Monte, California) is a Latin pop singer. Her uncle is Eusebio Garcia, director of Mariachi Toluca. She won the "Best New Artist" award at the Mexican national contest, Juguemos a Cantar, and spent two years acting on the variety program La Hora Feliz. The title track of her debut album, Angel Baby (a cover of the 1960 Rosie and the Originals classic), was a hit in America, peaking on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1991 at #29.

She never had another US hit, but her 1997 Spanish language single "Vaya" was a hit in Central and South America. Angelica (4) was a side project of Clif Magness. Their self-titled album, released in 1997 on Atlantic, consisted of rock remakes of operatic areas. It included guest appearances from Steve Vai and Dweezil Zappa. Angelica (5) is a nom de voix for two trance vocal artists at Saifam Records. Angelica tracks were sung by Annerly Gordon thru 1998, and since then by Tracy Saunders.

Among her recent output, the most notable track is 2009's "Only Time." Angelica (6) Solo project of Angelica Rylin from The Murder Of My Sweet. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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