Metal queen Lita Ford, who led the Runaways before embarking on solo career, rules from a throne made of unimpeachable guitar riffs
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Out For Blood (1983): Lita Ford’s state of mind since the very beginning; before shredding brutal licks in the Runaways—before embarking on her headbanging solo career—she was just an 11-year-old with a guitar and a thirst for fame
Dancin’ on the Edge (1984): how she’s kept her fans throughout the decades, thanks to such hard-hitting headbangers as “Kiss Me Deadly,” “Back to the Cave,” and “Falling In and Out of Love”
Lita (1988): her face-forward platinum-certified breakthrough, featuring one of her biggest hits, “Close My Eyes Forever,” a duet with Ozzy Osbourne
Stiletto (1990): Lita’s always encapsulated both the heels and the knife—while wearing heavy-metal high-fashion leather, she cuts through all the background noise with her unmistakeable howl
Wicked Wonderland (2009): in the new millennium, her music has ventured into its own territory—an edgier, darker, more industrial soundscape
Living Like a Runaway (2012): going on 40 years since her days in the Runaways, she continues to reign as queen of all things hard rock