Fronted by female vocalist Increased Christair, 7th Stranger was an aggressive yet very melodic pop-metal/hard rock-band that arrived of Seattle in the past due ’80s. 7th Stranger was hardly ever well-known nationally, however the music group did get a little following within the Pacific Northwest and around Vancouver, United kingdom Columbia. A forceful belter, Christair preferred a high-pitched design of singing which was somewhere between previous Warlock vocalist Doro Pesch and Judas Priest’s ex-lead vocalist Rob Halford; various other performers who affected 7th Stranger’s audio included Led Zeppelin, Pat Benatar, Center, and Lita Ford. 7th Stranger have been playing the Seattle picture for a couple years when, in 1989, Christair fulfilled producer Adam Warsinske, who acquired recently started a little Los Angeles-based label known as AVC Entertainment. (Warsinske’s firm subsequently transformed its name to Solid Entertainment and, from then on, Activate Entertainment). The manufacturer loved what he noticed and agreed upon 7th Stranger, whose three various other members had been Eric Kris (electric guitar, keyboards, background vocals), Ted Pickett (electrical bass, keyboards, background vocals), along with a drummer who merely passed D. In 1992, 7th Stranger’s debut record, Force Harder (which Kris created), premiered by AVC; Warsinske was shown as the professional producer along with a cover of Sweet’s “Like Is Like Air” became its business lead single. Unfortunately, Force Harder was a sufferer of poor timing. When grunge favorites Nirvana and Pearl Jam exploded commercially in 1992 and 1993, polished pop-metal and locks bands suddenly went of style — and substitute rock and roll became rock’s principal path. Although 7th Stranger was a Seattle music group, it didn’t audio anything just like the million-selling grunge clothes that were appearing out of the Emerald Town. That was poor news for Force Harder, which proceeded to go undetected and didn’t offer. After 1992, 7th Stranger parted firm with AVC and didn’t record any longer albums. But 7th Stranger’s break up didn’t mean the finish of Christair’s participation with music; Christair and Kris continued to become listed on another Seattle-based music group, known as Sex Philes, whose debut record, Paranormal Action, arrived in 2000.