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Album Review

After working with power pop hero Mike Chapman on Stiletto, Lita Ford switched producers on Dangerous Curves and joined forces with another in-demand studio ace, Tom Werman. The result is a decent collection of slick, commercial hard rock that isn't much different from its predecessor. Glossy pop-metal cuts like "Black Widow," "Hellbound Train" and "Playin' with Fire" aren't the gems that Ford is quite capable of delivering (anyone familiar with her work with the Runaways knows just how talented she is), but they're fun and spirited. "Bad Love," meanwhile, is a noteworthy example of her dramatic ballad style. Ford gets in some nice guitar solos, reminding us that she definitely has solid chops. There are no weak or poor songs on this CD; it's just that there aren't any breathtaking ones either.

Customer Reviews

The best album Lita has put out.

Love this lady. She's a rock and roll icon.

Amok in'

Love love love Lita Ford. She rocks and shreds with the best!

Fantastic!!

I bought this on cassette when it came out in 1991 and played it countless times. It's Lita's masterpiece - every song is great! All these years later, it's still one of my favorite rock albums EVER!!
So thrilled to finally have it available on iTunes!!

Biography

Born: September 19, 1958 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of two solo stars to spring from the ashes of the '70s all-girl hard rock band the Runaways, Lita Ford has long been a more frustrating, contradictory proposition for critics than former colleague Joan Jett. Ford is subtly feminist in her musical approach, displaying guitar heroics on the level of any male metal hero; the mere fact of her existence in the otherwise testosterone-driven heavy metal genre has made her a hero to some, but her persona has often been criticized as calculated to appeal...
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