Bring Back Her Head

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"Bring Back Her Head"
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Single by Angelica
from the album The End of a Beautiful Career
Released November 29, 1999
Format vinyl record (7"), CD
Genre Punk rock
Length 04:08
Label Fantastic Plastic Records
Writer(s) Holly Ross, Brigit Colton
Producer(s) Jonathan "Baz" Barrett
Angelica singles chronology
"Why Did You Let My Kitten Die?"
(1999)
"Bring Back Her Head"
(1999)
"Take Me I'm Your Disease"
(2000)

"Bring Back Her Head" is a song by Angelica, released as the band's third single. It was released on limited edition 7" and CD by Fantastic Plastic Records. The single peaked at #8 in the Indie Charts. The title track also featured on the mini-album The End of a Beautiful Career.

Single track listings[edit]

7"[edit]

A1 - "Bring Back Her Head" (Ross)
B1 - "Nothing Special" (Colton)
B2 - "King For A Day" (Ross)

CD[edit]

1 - "Bring Back Her Head" (Ross)
2 - "Nothing Special" (Colton)
3 - "King For A Day" (Ross)

Movie[edit]

This song is played in the opening credits of Malice in Wonderland, 2009.