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Dancin' on the Edge [Vinyl]

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Track Listings 1. Gotta Let Go 2. Dancin' On the Edge 3. Dressed To Kill 4. Hit 'N Run 5. Lady Killer 6. Still Waitin' 7. Fire In My Heart 8. Don't Let Me Down Tonight 9. Run With the $

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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B00008FJWW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #659,201 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Don MacGillivray on April 14, 2000
Format: Audio CD
You sometimes have to wonder about these reviewers for"consumer guides" who have obvious disdain and no knowledgeof hard rock. But the voice of the people will always prevail. This was without a doubt the proof beyond all that Lita could wield a might axe. The production on this, the second album of her solo career brought a balanced mix, with guitar right to the fore. There is a consistency of tone to Lita's guitar rarely found after Van Halen's debut. The rhythms just cruise and propel while the leads cut clean through the din. If you don't believe check the audio samples for proof. This album also introduced the world to Randy Castillo and it's easy to hear what brought him to Ozzy's attention. Lita by this point had tightened up her writing and found her voice convincingly and this album was rightly heralded as one of the greats of American metal. Wake the dead with loud guitars indeed! Get this while it's in print!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is one of my all time favorite albums! The rhythms are crunchy, and the leads are sizzling! What more could you ask for? I wish all of her albums were availible on CD (hint, hint). And Hey! Could someone put all of her rock videos on a DVD so we could buy them?
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bass player Brad on February 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you want to hear Lita at her best, then this is the album for you. After years with the Runaways and her first solo album in 1983, Lita finally hits the mark.The guitar playing is tight and impressive,and Lita's vocals sound much better on this cd than her first one.

This cd starts out with Gotta Let Go, which is a true 80's metal song at it's best(Should have been included on Lita's Greatest Hits).A great chorus and exciting guitar work.

Track 2.Dancin on the Edge keeps the fast pace moving along.

Tracks 3 and 4 are great standouts as well.

The entire album is very solid and done perfectly.If you want Lita at her best and the prime of 80's metal pick up this album it rocks! It's well worth buying for under 35 dollars.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By W.M. C. on September 2, 2003
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
It seems Lita Ford has escaped the backlash against "hair metal" not unscathed but at least not as brutally squashed to bits as Poison and others. Perhaps she's been spared out of respect for being a former Runaways member along with non-metalhead Joan Jett(Riot-grrl credibility?) Or is that she's a woman, sexy and unafraid to flaunt her guitar chops in a world ruled by men? (Albeit girly men in spandex, pink scarfs, make-up and teased hair.) "Dancing on the Edge" is one of the forgotten golden nuggets of the genre: it is fierce without being moody or angry. It is fun without being ridiculous. It is sexy without being super-sleazy or over-the-top. It is just plain good metal. She delivers in the wailing department, though she might not be on the same level as Dave Mustaine or Eddie Van Halen. She has pretty bad lyrics at times and one of the best songs, "Fire In My Heart" has one of the worst endings (an endless wail on the guitar). But what metal lover doesn't remember listening to the classic "Gotta Let Go" and thinking it's a great, danceable (for metal) happy Friday/Payday tune to rock to? The album has to be Lita's best though not her best-known. I highly recommend it to all metalheads who passed it up in the past and are now sick of all your old Motley Crue albums and want something "new" to listen to. (Good luck finding new metal out there that isn't some weird hybrid and not quite your generation's metal.)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca L. King on April 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This has remained my favorite Lita album through the years. This LP was my introduction to Ms. Ford's music. "Dressed To Kill" is probably my favorite track, they all rock! Lita was the first performer I saw live (opened for Twisted Sister). Lita's guitar prowess screams on this CD, and vocal lessons improved her singing since her 1983 solo debut. "Dancin' On the Edge" is the epitome of what all other female rockers should strive for in an album. Buy this if you enjoy hard rock with great guitar licks and attitude!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Johny Bottom on October 19, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I don't know who that critic is, but he deserves to have his butt kicked. Lita Ford was one of the premeir artists of the eighties, and I listen to her just as much now. Dancing on the Edge was a good answer to 1983's 'Out for Blood' which was my personal favorite. Gotta Let Go, Run with the $, Lady Killer, and the title track show what one lady and her axe can do. Great album to drive to.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jon sieruga on April 9, 2003
Format: Audio CD
At this point in her career, Lita was a "rock icon"(as they say), big in the clubs and around L.A. but not on the charts. She would soon get a makeover, but "Dancin'" catches her before Sharon Osbourne took over, before the pop hits in other words. "Gotta Let Go" is crunchy, raunchy rock(and had a fabulous video with Lita as Doris Day, getting attacked by teen punks before busting out in skin-tight leather and turning the tables), "Run with the $" and "Hit and Run" are Loverboy-style rock, not quite metal yet too hard for pop. Much of the other selections are in this same vein. I loved "Ladykiller"(complete with chain-saw)and the moody "Still Waitin'", but "Don't Let Me Down Tonight" is a weak metal-ballad which goes on too long. Still not bad, and certainly more in tune with the true Lita Ford, not the repackaged version of the metal vixen who lives next door.
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