Ash - Angel Interceptor

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"Angel Interceptor" is a song by Ash, released as the third single from their album 1977 on 9 October 1995. It was released as a single CD, a 7" vinyl, and as a cassette.

"Angel Interceptor" was quite successful for Ash, giving them their second Top 20 hit, reaching number 14 in the UK singles chart. It can also be found on Ash's greatest hits collection, "Intergalactic Sonic 7?s", and a live version of the song can be found on the "Tokyo Blitz" DVD.

This song is meant to be one of the reasons Ash believed they needed a fourth, female member. Originally, the track's high-pitched backing vocals were performed by drummer Rick McMurray, but the band were unsatisfied with them.

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