In 2009, Lita released her comeback CD, Wicked Wonderland. It landed on many Top 10 WORST CD lists for the year. The biggest problem was that Lita lost everything that we loved about her in the 80's. Her music added synthesizers, darker heavier guitars, special studio tricks, and songs that didn't have any kind of a hook. She's back with a new CD, Living Like A Runaway. I'd love to say that the CD is a winner but I will say that some of the songs are a return to the 80's Stiletto CD sound. The brave lyrics share Lita's feelings about her ex-husband ("Branded") and a slow churning acoustic ballad to her estranged kids called "Mother". Too many songs like Nikki Sixx's "A Song To Slit Your Wrists By" feel uninspired. My two favorite tracks are "Asylum", which will play well in arenas, and her cover of the Elton John / Tina Turner defiant rocker, "The Bitch Is Back". She's been opening her recent concerts with this song on the Def Leppard, Poison Tour.