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Sister 7's debut release introduced their mix of straight-ahead hard rock in the Led Zeppelin style, soul, and funk-rock, the most distinguishing feature being guitarist Patrice Pike's strong and earthy vocals. The songs establish a tense atmosphere, but they're not original enough to have much more going for them than that. It's not quite as bombastic as much of the hard rock that got heavy airplay in the mid-'90s, and not quirky enough to gain much favor outside of the mainstream. Originally issued on the Rhythmic label, it was reissued by Dualtone in 2001.

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Genre : Rock

Années d’activité : '90s, '00s

Patrice Pike, formerly the lead singer for the band Sister 7, was courted by Clive Davis for the Arista stable of artists in 2000 after he heard a demo of the group's Wrestling Over Tiny Matters album. Within three months, however, Davis was ousted from the company. As a result, Sister 7's new album never saw the light of day and the band soon split up. Pike went on to establish a new band, Black Box Rebellion. She also hyphenated her name to Pike-Zain, in honor of her former band. "Zain" is the...
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