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The Angelica EP

by Fluid

Guitar driven Scottish rock, with go-faster stripes, haunting melodies, and the occasional kick-ass guitar solo.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Paranoia
2:18 album only
2. Looking Back
3:13 album only
3. Hit & Run
2:34 album only
4. Angelica
3:13 album only
5. Time Again
1:52 album only


Album Notes
The story so far...
It all started when youngest member Bryan started playing the drums along to old Bon Jovi records at the age of ten. About four years later he began jamming with his older brother: Fluid guitarist Alan Connor. This led to a gig at a family party, where they butchered a few Kinks tracks, but got a good response from the drunken crowd nevertheless.

Building a band
It was at this point when the decision to form a band was made. The original line up was to include bassist Kenny Rodger (no rlation to the country singer); but they never played any gigs. Before leaving, however, Kenny came up with the name Fluid and it stuck. After another gig as a duo, the band got together with punk guitarist Kris Paton. Impressed by his ability to learn songs ridiculously fast, Alan and Bryan asked Kris to join, he then switched to bass and the band was complete.

The Angelica EP
After a plethora of live gigs, the band gained a good reputation. Five live favourites were chosen by the band and several hours later, the Angelica EP was recorded in Glasgow.



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