Primarily referred to as the band that got Shirley Manson first noticed (and finally recruited) simply by Garbage, Angelfish was a short-lived project developed by former members from the Scottish group Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie. Although Manson performed a limited function in that music group (consigned mainly to keyboards and support vocal responsibilities), she quickly assumed the function of lead vocalist and frontwoman of Angelfish. On the other hand, guitarist (and previous Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie vocalist) Martin Metcalf, bassist Fin Wilson, and drummer Derek Kelly had taken somewhat of the back chair to Manson’s blooming persona. It wasn’t a long time before her charisma shortly became the group’s centerpiece; Manson’s picture alone was highlighted over the cover of Angelfish’s self-titled debut record, and she became the principal subject from the band’s music movies. Although wide achievement escaped the quartet, their movies were able to receive some limited airplay on MTV’s choice program, 120 A few minutes. It was upon this extremely plan that renowned companies Butch Vig, Duke Erikson, and Steve Marker occurred to capture an airing of Angelfish’s video for “Suffocate Me.” Still requiring someone to entrance the group these were developing, and intrigued by Manson’s unmistakable existence, a telephone call was shortly positioned to Manson. Throughout a break on Angelfish’s UNITED STATES tour, Manson had taken a short detour to Vig’s studio room in Madison, WI, to record some monitors using the trio. The achievement of the tentative partnership shortly blossomed into what would become Garbage, and Angelfish was successfully dissolved.