|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Inner Planet Love||5||Audio||1984||Fallout Records|
|2||In Loving Memory||11||Audio||1986||Jungle Records|
|4||Wheel Of Fortune||10||Audio||1988||Jungle Records|
|5||Amphetamine Blue||2||Audio||1984||Fallout Records|
|6||Inner Planet Love||2||Audio||1984||Fallout Records|
|7||Hey Susie||2||Audio||1986||Jungle Records|
|8||Fallen Angels||11||Audio||1984||Amulet International|
|9||Fallen Angels||15||Audio||1999||Deadline Music|
|11||Fallen Angels||16||Audio||1999||Raw Power Records (3)|
|12||Fallen Angels||16||Audio||2006||Fallout Records|
|14||Fallen Angels||12||Audio||1984||Fallout Records|
The Fallen Angels were a Glam Rock band formed in London, UK in 1984 with Knox (Ian M. Carnochan, singer from [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/263832-Vibrators-The]The Vibrators[/url]) on vocals and guitar, and the [a=Hanoi Rocks] rhythm section: Sam Yaffa (Sami Takamäki, bass), Razzle (Nicholas Dingley, drums) and Nasty Suicide (Jan Stenfors, rhythm and some lead guitar). Guests on the first album were Cosmic Ted ([a=Michael Monroe]) and the Psychedelic Kid ([a=Andy McCoy]).
The band came about because Knox was on the same management as Hanoi Rocks and had a lot of songs he wanted to do. One of Hanoi's manager's Richard Bishop had the bright idea of putting Knox together with Hanoi Rocks to record an album. They never played live.
After an Album and 2 singles released, Knox put a new line up together for playing live which comprised of Matt Kellett (guitar), Mark Duncan (bass) and Knox's cousin Richard Wernham (drums); with this line up Fallen Angels have released 2 more albums, more introspective pop than the first, and broke up at the end of the 80's.