Album: Space Waltz (1975)
  • Written by Space Waltz frontman Alastair Riddell, "Angel" was the B-side of the band's first single. The influence is all too obvious, Riddell even sounds like Bowie.

    Space Waltz did not make the big time, although in 2014 "Angel" was used on the soundtrack of a low budget but surprisingly potent New Zealand film Housebound. Running to 3 minutes 56 seconds, it is also the fifh track on the Space Waltz album. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England


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