The Angels are an Australian rock band that framed in Adelaide, South Australia, in 1974. The band later migrated to Sydney and appreciated tremendous neighborhood achievement, timing up hit singles over four decades, including "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again", "Take a Long Line", "Marseilles", "Shadow Boxer", "No Secrets", "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place", "Let The Night Roll On", "Mutts Are Talking", and "Got In The Night". The band performed at college yards and in 1973 discharged their introduction EP Keep You on the Move, which made the main 5 in Adelaide. This was followed in 1974 by the single "That is All Right With Me". Both these discharges were on John Woodruff's Sphere mark. Woodruff happened to turn into the band's chief for the majority of its vocation. The band's third global collection, Night Attack, incorporated a remixed adaptation of "Once more On You", awhile ago just accessible on the flipside of the "Into The Heat" single. Right on time in 1982, it got clear Chris Bailey would be not able to tour with the band in the US; American Jim Hilbun was enrolled as substitution. On 13 August 1997, The Angels marked a recording arrangement with Shock Records in Australia. Another single, "Got in the Night", followed in October and another collection, Skin & Bone, in March 1998. In spite of the fact that modestly effective, the collection was assigned by ARIA as one of the year's best Australian recordings. On 20 October 1998, The Angels were drafted into the ARIA Hall of Fame by Angry Anderson. On 24 June 2002, Shock issued The Complete Sessions 1980-1983, a 4-CD box set accumulation of the band's recorded yield from the period from the Dark Room to the Watch the Red collections.