Top best tracks in the career of Lita Ford according to Fuzz Music magazine

When the group disbanded, Lita Ford followed in the footsteps of Joan Jett and began her solo career as well. But if Jett managed to stay close to her 1970s rock and roll roots, Ford went much further...

The best music of Lita Ford - heavy metal icon's top major hits

When The Runaways released their third album Waiting for the Night, the group continued on their way, only without a soloist Sheri Carrie. After her departure, the attention of the public quickly switched to Joan Jettwho took over as lead vocalist. However… very soon, when there was one less member on the stage, Lita Ford has finally come to the fore! Even then, in the distant 70s, it was obvious: Ford would become an idol, much more than just a solo guitarist ... When the group broke up, Lita Ford followed in the footsteps of Joan Jett and also began a solo career. But if Jett managed to stay close to his rock and roll roots 1970's, Ford went much further... During her solo voyage, Lita Ford took a deep dive into the 80s... Her biggest hits came from an era of crazy hair and well-produced records. However, not only 1980s became fruitful in Ford's career.

We have compiled a list of the best tracks metal veteranswhich offer a wonderful glimpse into her long-term career... Hits The Runaways we did not take into account in order to fully focus on the solo career of the magnificent Ford ...


This composition of 2012 successfully decorated the album Living Like a Runaway. Ford dedicated Mother to his sons who have been separated... We won't go into the family rifts, but note that the pain of these issues is quite evident in the melody and lyrical content of the track...

Mother is a captivating song filled with drama and depth.

"Black Widow"

Song "Black Widow" went to Dangerous Curves 1991 of the year. She instantly attracts with drumming on the keyboards and attacking guitar parts ...

"Kiss Me Deadly"

"Kiss Me Deadly" - hit single that first appeared on the already mentioned third solo album Lita Ford Lita. The dizzying lyrics were written by Mick Smiley. The song was released as the first single from the album...

The song's great synth opening wrapped around Lita Ford's opening vocals, which paved the way for an unforgettable killer guitar line... Ford has recorded a lot of great rock 'n' roll tracks over the past forty years, but "Kiss Me Deadly" always stays in the top ten!

"Only Women's Bleed"

"Only women bleed..."


The song "Betrayal" perfectly complemented Winter Wonderland, Ford's seventh solo album... Released in 2009, it was her first album of new material since release. Black 1995 of the year!

"Fallin' in and out of Love"

"Fallin' in and out of Love" is the first of three songs by Lita Ford to be included in the Top 10 list from the album. Lita!

By the way: the album was released in February 1988 year, and, of course, became the most successful in Ford's solo career ...


1990 song from the album Stiletto:

"I got an appetite for love tonight..."

"Shot Of Poison"

Track "Shot Of Poison" released on Lita Ford's fifth solo album titled Dangerous Curves. It is worth noting that this song was nominated for the 1993 Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance!

Authors "Shot Of Poison" are herself Lita Fordas well as the drummer Myron Grombacher and Canadian songwriter Jim Vallance. The composition is keyboard oriented, with major chords and a nice guitar sound, making it perfect for radio!

"Playin' With Fire"

"Playing with Fire" was included in the album Dangerous Curves.

The song's high production values stand in stark contrast to the dark, muddy sounds of the grunge movement that was raging around the same time that Dangerous Curves was released...

Back to the Cave

Another great track from the album. Lita!

"Gotta Let Go"

The song "Gotta Let Go" was released on Ford's second solo album titled Dancin' On The Edge 1994 of the year. The track has a great early 80s guitar sound…

"Close My Eyes Forever"

It's a great rock ballad 80swhich simply defines the power metal ballad genre...

Duet Ford with Ozzy Osbourne was one of the highlights of the 80s glam style era!

"Hit and Run"

The highlight of the record is a break in the middle of the track and an amazing guitar solo Lita Ford, which instantly defines why she was considered the goddess of rock 1980s years!


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