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Album: Time Capsule [Digipak] *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Intro
2)    Where Will I Find My Heart Tonight
3)    Killin' Kind
4)    War of the Angels
5)    Black Leather Heart
6)    Rotten to the Core
7)    Little Wing
8)    On the Fast Track
9)    King of the Wild Wind
10)    Mr. Corruption
11)    Anything for the Thrill
 

Album: Time Capsule [Digipak] *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Intro
2)    Where Will I Find My Heart Tonight
3)    Killin' Kind
4)    War of the Angels
5)    Black Leather Heart
6)    Rotten to the Core
7)    Little Wing
8)    On the Fast Track
9)    King of the Wild Wind
10)    Mr. Corruption
11)    Anything for the Thrill
 
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  • Personnel: Lita Ford (vocals); Joe Taylor , Bruce Klick, Blues Saraceno (guitar); Dave Navarro (mandolin); David "Ezzy" Erin (keyboards); Rodger Carter (drums, percussion).
  • Audio Mixer: Bill Gall.
  • Recording information: EMI, Los Angeles; Ocean Studios.
  • Photographer: Gene Kirkland.
  • While it's not exactly a proper follow-up to the pop-metal legend/ex-Runaways' 2012 eighth studio album Living Like a Runaway, the aptly named Time Capsule shares its predecessor's predilection for getting back to basics. That's because the 11 tracks -- one is a spoken word bit featuring ex-husband/W.A.S.P. guitarist Chris Holmes -- that make up the LP are of the archival variety. Culled from a cache of 24-track analog tapes that Ford discovered languishing away in a closet in her Caribbean home, Time Capsule serves as both a gift to fans and an undiluted, if a little rough around the edges, snapshot of the artist jamming with her famous friends at her stiletto-heeled commercial peak. Raunchy, melodramatic, convivial, swaggering, and silly, there really is some great material here, specifically the Bic-melting power ballad "Where Will I Find My Heart Tonight," a duet with Jeff Scott Soho, the hook-filled "Killin' Kind," which features bass legend Billy Sheehan and Jane's Addiction's Dave Navarro on mandolin, and "Rotten to the Core," co-written and featuring Gene Simmons. A handful of decent instrumentals -- Ford has always been a top-notch and underrated player -- and an all-star jam session cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing" may feel a little like padding, but there's a certain joy in hearing these musicians, who were at the top of their game, kicking back and kicking it out. ~ James Christopher Monger
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