Isis Child – Strange Days [2011]

Country France

Style Melodic Rock/AOR

Rating 86/100

Band Members Alain Rinallo – Bass, Chris Drouin – Drums, David Zecca – Drums, Freddy Mazzucco – Guitars, Hugo Adam – Bass, Julien Spreutels – Keyboards, Mathias Lechartier – Bass, Nathalie Pellissier – Vocals, Robert Geoffroy – Keyboards

Tracks 01. Let’s Talk a Walk, 02. Dancing, 03. Can’t You Hear Me, 04. I Love the Way, 05. Loneliness, 06. If You Wanna Be Mine, 07. It’s Always the Same, 08. Looking for the One, 09. Strange Days, 10. Even If, 11. Someone, 12. Stop Looking Down On Me

Profile Isis Child is the brain child of French guitarist Freddy Mazzucco. After vocalist Nathalie Pellissier joined the fold Isis Child recorded their debut album “Ailleurs” in 2008 and sung exclusively in French, they returned with their English language debut called “Strange Days” via the label YesterRock. Isis child is melodic rock/hardrock that is fronted by a female singer, it is a bit heavier than what is known as AOR and it is not as catchy and polished as that genre either. Isis Child has delivered something extraordinary or even innovative with “Strange Days”, they have nevertheless presented a basic rock album, which is characterized by the individual performances of the individual musicians, the production and a knack for handy Melodies can convince.

 

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