Electric Angels was a Los Angeles-based band that formed from the defunct pop group Candy featuring new singer Shane, guitarist Ryan Roxie, and original Candy members bassist/songwriter Jonathan Daniel, and drummer John Schubert. After one year, the band relocated to New York City and were signed to Atlantic Records within five months. One of their first New York shows was opening up for the British band Dogs D'Amour and Mother Love Bone, which soon became Pearl Jam. Their self-titled debut was recorded in London in the autumn of 1989 by David Bowie and T.Rex producer Tony Visconti. A while ago Rock Candy did a re-issue of the album and called it "one of the most impressive glam rock albums of the era" and in one way they're right as in 1990 there weren't that many bands around playing this sort of music and the grunge came and killed all of them a few years later. But I don't consider this album to be a classic album. It's good. Yes. But there is too many songs on the album that are fillers. But there are also killers on the album such as the single "Rattlesnake Kisses" that deserved to be a uge hit and "Head Above The Water". Jonathan Daniels went on after the album and did an album with the band The Loveless in 1995. That album is a 5 star album. But that is another story.