Dangerous Curves (album)

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Dangerous Curves
Studio album by Lita Ford
Released November 12, 1991
Recorded Ocean Way Recording and Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California, 1990-1991
Genre Glam metal
Length 43:53
Label RCA
Producer Tom Werman, Eddie DeLena
Lita Ford chronology
Dangerous Curves
The Best of Lita Ford
Singles from Dangerous Curves
  1. "Shot of Poison" / "Larger Than Life"
    Released: October 1991
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Kerrang! 3/5 stars[2]

Dangerous Curves is the fifth studio album by American hard rock/heavy metal singer and guitarist Lita Ford, released in 1991. Though it was a popular release and received heavy video rotation on MTV,[3] the album was not as successful as its predecessor as musical tastes were shifting towards alternative rock in late 1991.[3] The album charted on both the US and UK charts in 1992 and the single, "Shot of Poison", was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female in 1993. This was Lita Ford's second Grammy nomination since 1984's "Dancin' On The Edge".[4]

Track listing[edit]

Side one
  1. "Larger Than Life" (Michael Dan Ehmig, Lita Ford, Myron Grombacher) – 3:53
  2. "What Do Ya Know About Love?" (Randy Cantor, Michael Caruso, Cal Curtis) – 3:52
  3. "Shot of Poison" (Ford, Grombacher, Jim Vallance) – 3:31
  4. "Bad Love" (Ehmig, David Ezrin, Ford, Joe Taylor) – 4:20
  5. "Playin' with Fire" (Ehmig, Ford, Vallance) – 4:08
Side two
  1. "Hellbound Train" (Ehmig, Ezrin, Ford, Grombacher, Kevin Savigar) – 6:06
  2. "Black Widow" (Ehmig, Ezrin, Ford, Taylor) – 3:30
  3. "Little Too Early" (Rick Blakemore, Al Pitrelli, Joe Lynn Turner) – 2:58
  4. "Holy Man" (Ehmig, Ford) – 4:42
  5. "Tambourine Dream" (Ehmig, Ford, Grombacher) – 4:53
  6. "Little Black Spider" (Ford) – 1:46


Band members
  • Lita Ford - lead vocals, guitars
  • Joe Taylor - guitar
  • David Ezrin - keyboards
  • Matt Bissonette - bass guitar
  • Myron Grombacher - drums
Additional musicians


  1. ^ Henderson, Alex. "Lita Ford Dangerous Curves review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-10-07. 
  2. ^ Reynolds, Dave (26 October 1991). "Curve Ball". Kerrang! 364. London, UK: Spotlight Publications. p. 26. 
  3. ^ a b Sherman, Dale. 20th Century Rock And Roll : Women In Rock. Collector's Guide Publishing, inc, p53
  4. ^ Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance