Here at Jetset Records we strive to bring you only the finest and freshest pop sensations imaginable. Death By Chocolate, led by teen singer, Angela Faye Tillett, is such a group. Angela, a chambermaid from Clacton-on-Sea gives a beguiling performance that sets this record apart from anything else you will hear this year. 'The Land of Chocolate', 'A, B & C' and 'The Salvidor Dali Murder Mystery' are stunningly original - the very essence of Death By Chocolate. Like the soundtrack to a children's program directed by Salvador Dali on LSD with the Monkees making a guest appearance.
Also included are 'My Friend Jack', a highlight on "Songs for the Jet Set Vol. 3" (Jetset Records April 2000), along with interpretations of Dudley Moore's psychedelic novelty 'The LS Bumble Bee'; 'If You Want To Sing Out Sing Out' originally and unforgettably sung as a duet by Ruth Gordon and Bud Cort in the famous black comedy 'Harold and Maude' and Sally Field's theme for 'The Singing Nun', 'Who Needs Wings to Fly?'
Death By Chocolate is pop as play. This remarkable, eclectic, always humorous record is a mixture of toy psychedelia, surrealism and bubblegum. But what seems at first glance to be escapist fantasy is always balanced by a love of reallife pop culture. The familiar bits and pieces of ordinary life. The subject matter includes virtually everything from a detailed description of a Chocolate Flake to Pope Gregory I. Death By Chocolate is fatal but irresistible.