Lita Ford: Time Capsule, CD
Lita Ford: Time Capsule, CD
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Lita Ford
Time Capsule

  • CD
  • Japan
  • Nexus (3)
  • (KICP 1789)
  • Seven Seas
  • (KICP 1789)
  • 10 Tracks
  • EAN 4988003490317
  • M / M
  • used
  • sealed

tracks

1

Where Will I Find My Heart Tonight

2

Killing Kind

3

War Of The Angels

4

Black Leather Heart

5

Rotten To The Core

6

Little Wing

7

On The Fast Track

8

King Of The Wild Wind

9

Mr. Corruption

10

Anything For The Thrill

Credits

Backing Vocals
  • Rick Nielsen
  • Robin Zander
Bass
  • Billy Sheehan
  • Gene Simmons
  • Greg Babuscio
Design
  • Rubina Nalbandian
  • Bobby Collin
  • Gene Kirkland
  • Lita Ford
Layout
  • Rubina Nalbandian
Drums
  • Rodger Carter
Percussion
  • Rodger Carter
Photography By
  • Rodger Carter
  • Gene Kirkland
Engineer
  • George Tutko
  • Ryan Greene
Executive Producer
  • Bobby Collin
Art Direction
  • Bobby Collin
  • Gene Kirkland
  • Lita Ford
Guitar
  • Blues Saraceno
  • Bruce Kulick
  • Joe Taylor
  • Lita Ford
Keyboards
  • David Erin
Lead Vocals
  • Jeff Scott Soto
  • Lita Ford
Mandolin
  • Dave Navarro
Mastered By
  • Fernando Cavazos
Mixed By
  • Bill Gaal
Producer
  • Lita Ford

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