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Hits Out of Hell Hits Out of Hell CD (1984) 2 stars
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By 1984, it appeared as though Meat Loaf's career was over in the U.S. Though he'd had a mammoth hit album just a few years prior (1978's BAT OUT OF HELL), Meat Loaf cut ties with songwriter/lyricist Jim Steinman by 1984, and despite continuing popularity overseas, the larger-than-life singer was having a hard time cutting it back home. The same year, Epic issued the first Meat Loaf "best-of" set, HITS OUT OF HELL, hoping that it would rekindle interest. The 10-track overview is a fine one, including tracks from all three of Meat Loaf's albums on Epic released up to that point - the aforementioned BAT, as well as 1981's DEAD RINGER and 1983's MIDNIGHT AT THE LOST & FOUND. While future collections would cover more ground career-wise (namely 1998's THE VERY BEST OF), HITS OUT OF HELL contains many a Meat classic. The epic "Bat Out of Hell," melodic ballad "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," the Springsteen-ish "You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth," and the Cher duet "Dead Ringer for Love" are all here. Nobody would have guessed at the time that another greatest-hits disc would be necessary a decade down the road to incorporate Meat Loaf's unexpected comeback with BAT OUT OF HELL II. Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this classic 'best of' from the late 1980s. The album has now been expanded with Meat Loaf's two biggest hits of the '90s - "I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" and "I'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth)" - to give us the first the first single CD best of to feature all his biggest hits. Meat Loaf is a Rock music icon. Since breaking through in the late '70s, he has sold millions of records around the world and has also gained fame on stage and screen. 12 tracks. Sony/BMG. 2009. Digitally remastered by Bruce Miller. Personnel includes: Meat Loaf, Ellen Foley (vocals); Phil Rizzuto (spoken vocals). Producers include: Todd Rundgren, Meat Loaf, Jim Steinman, Jimmy Iovine, Tom Dowd.
Blind Before I Stop Blind Before I Stop CD (1986) 4.8 stars Uk
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MEAT LOAF CD discography The mid-'80s spelled doom for most champions of '70s pomp rock, as MTV and radio fans seemed to be mesmerized by concise, synth-based pop ditties. Perhaps sensing that his sound had become passé, Meat Loaf attempted to keep pace with the current pop scene for his fifth solo album, 1986's BLIND BEFORE I STOP. He enlisted the services of Euro-dance king Frank Farian (whose name would be tossed around in the tabloids years later due to his involvement in the Milli Vanilli scandal). Farian lets Meat Loaf rock out on a few tracks, but also helps him experiment with dance sounds, something that most longtime Meat Loaf fans weren't exactly expecting. The self-explanatory "Rock n' Roll Mercenaries" is a pure-blooded rocker, but selections such as the title track are a good example of Farian's newly proposed dance direction. BLIND BEFORE I STOP failed to reach the top of the charts in Europe (where Meat Loaf remained a hot commodity), proving that his new direction wasn't the answer to his problems. Meat Loaf wouldn't release another new studio album for seven years (until his 1993 worldwide comeback smash BAT OUT OF HELL II), concentrating instead on roadwork.
Bat Out of Hell Bat Out of Hell Vinyl LP (1977) 4.7 stars
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MEAT LOAF albums Pomp and circumstance of the grandest order for the multi-platinum Meat Loaf and his songwriting mentor, Jim Steinman. The grandiose intro to the title track was indication enough of the tone of the album, with songs stretching out over what at times seemed like musical infinity. Steinman set his songs in evocative wastelands populated by full orchestras and small-town weirdos, 'Paradise ...

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