Christian Rockers signed to the Californian Intense label. The band's 1989 debut would be recorded at The Mixing Lab in Costa Mesa, produced by band guitarist Dennis Cameron, a native of Renfrew in the northeast region of Ontario, but with vocal production being credited to KEN TAMPLIN. The initial recording line up comprised Cameron, vocalist Andy Lyon, bassist Robert Pallen and drummer Scott Ernest. However, Lyon failed to complete the sessions so JOSHUA and DRIVER man ROB ROCK stepped in as replacement.
ANGELICA underwent a drastic line-up change trimming down to a trio for the second album. Band line up for 'Walkin' In Faith' would be Cameron on guitars and drums, Pallen on bass with new vocalist Jerome Mazza. An all-new line up emerged for 1991's 'Rock, Stock And Barrel', recorded in Florida with Cameron joined by lead vocalist Drew Baca, Pallen on bass once more and drummer Bobby Lawrence.
For the 1992 effort 'Time Is All It Takes' the band were now stripped down to a duo of Cameron and Baca on lead vocals. Although Cameron opted out of music, involving himself in electronics, he would be inticed back for a spell of touring in the USA as live musician for STRYPER's MICHAEL SWEET. Cameron subsequently founded a brand new band unit, CYNICAL LIMIT, this unit, also involving Robert Pallen, coming together during 2002.