Queen Of Hearts is the 2nd album from female fronted First Child. Their debut was released 2006 called Souvenirs and got nice feedback from various press. Now they are back with a new album and fronted by Cat The Cat (Catherine). She has a great powerful voice that has strong resemblances to Ann Wilson of Heart and Sandi Saraya of Saraya. This is a album that contains 16 tracks and a running time over 65 minutes and I think it’s couple of minutes to long. They don’t have enough strong songs to fill up the whole album. First Child plays 70s mixed with 80s classic rock with pop influences and I can’t help myself think of Heart and Alannah Myles. Yes, man of the songs brings Hearts late 70s and early 80s sound in mind when I listen to First Child. The album opens fine with Queen Of Hearts that reminds of Saraya. Every Bullet is great mid-tempo acoustic song were Cat the Cat sings outstanding. The production is very good on the album, very impressive. But there’s to many songs that just don’t move me and it’s a shame because everything else sounds good on this album. Sure there’s songs that are nice like the blues tangled Don’t Mess Around that brings Alannah Myles on the map. The straight ahead rocker Shout Out Devil is great. What Are We Fighting For starts slow with a acoustic feel but rocks more in the chorus. When First Child delivers rockier tracks then they sound good. Not a bad album but way to long to keep my attention. But if your think Heart did they best music in the late 70s and early 80s then check out First Child.