Other big hits followed, including It's A Heartache, Holding Out for a Hero, Faster Than The Speed Of Night and the worldwide number one Total Eclipse of the Heart, written by Jim Steinman who famously collaborated with larger than life singer Meat Loaf.
What does FTTSON stand for?
FTTSON stands for Faster Than The Speed of Night (song)
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The album on which it appeared, Faster Than the Speed of Night, entered the UK album chart at No 1, making Tyler a Guinness Record holder as the first ever British female solo artist to have an album enter the UK chart at the top.
The album Faster Than The Speed Of Night was the first album by a female artist to debut at number one in Britain and featured the number two single Holding Out For A Hero.