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Her next release, Dancin' on the Edge (1984) achieved moderate success and Ford's popularity began to rise.Dancin' on the Edge included the single "Fire in My Heart", which reached the Top 10 in several countries outside the United States.Ford signed with RCA Records, hired Sharon Osbourne Management, and re-emerged with a more radio-friendly pop-metal sound.In 1988, she released her most commercially successful album, the self-produced Lita.She stated that because she had taken control of the show, Gillette turned the couple's children against her, threatening that Ford was going to do harm to the children.Due to this, Ford has become an advocate for the awareness of Parental alienation. A vivid account of life as 'the one-and-only guitar-playing rocker chick who could shred like I did.' ... and an inspiring one." During her solo career, Ford endorsed musical instrument manufacturer B. Rich and exclusively used several of the brand's guitars, most notably the Warlock.In 1977, internal conflicts were erupting within the Runaways, who had by that time already parted ways with producer Fowley, lead singer Cherie Currie, and bassist Jackie Fox.
In 2013, Ford referred to her ex-husband as a "control freak" and commented that Gillette had turned the children against her because she had taken a trip to speak to TLC executives about the impending reality television show deal.Stiletto featured the singles "Hungry" and "Lisa" (a song dedicated to her mother).However, the album failed to match the success of her previous release.By the mid-1990s, Ford placed a reduced priority on her music career as she turned her attention towards raising her two young sons.Following the release of Black in 1995, Ford did not release new material until the Wicked Wonderland album almost fifteen years later.