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Performer: Meat Loaf
Genre: Rock
Title: Back From Hell! - The Very Best Of
Released: 1993
Style: Soft Rock, Arena Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1618 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1377 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1777 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 277

The Very Best of Meat Loaf is a 1998 album spanning the first 21 years of Meat Loaf's recording career. Although not reaching the top ten in the United Kingdom, it was certified double platinum there in 2013. The album features many of Meat Loaf's best-known songs as well as a few from his lesser known albums of the 1980s. Besides hits like "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)", The Very Best of Meat Loaf contains three new tracks

That said, it is true that either the two Bat out of Hell albums are a more cohesive listen than this set, simply because they were designed as complete albums. Consequently, casual fans may be just as happy to purchase those two discs, which will set them back about as much as The Very Best of Meat Loaf, but anyone who wants all the hits on one set should pick this up.

I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) . ife Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back . ock And Roll Dreams Come Through . t Just Won't Quit . ut Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire) . bjects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are . asted Youth . verything Louder Than. verything Louder Than Everything . ood Girls Go To Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere) 1. ack Into Hell 1. ost Boys And Golden Girls.

The career of Meat Loaf is a theatrical carnival of excess full of motorcycles and teen lust and soaring, roaring guitars. Another album created during a rift between Meat and Steinman, Midnight features a crack studio band that included Rick Derringer and Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington, but the songs (many co-written by Meat himself) are weak and lack the pomp and circumstance of classic Meat Loaf. To make matters worse, two of the songs Steinman originally slated for the album and sold to other performers became massive hits. 2. Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell (1993). If the success of Bat seemed unlikely in ’77, what hope (in hell) would Bat II have during the height of alt-rock ? The last thing anybody in 1993 wanted was to hear some bullshit album from creaky old dinosaurs like Meat and Steinman.

To Hell and Back : Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman Interview. I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That) (Promo Video). 3. Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through (Promo Video). The Very Best of. Welcome to the Neighbourhood. Definitive Collection.

Bat out of Hell II: Back into Hell, Meat Loaf, Good Condition: Good. Time left: 48m 8s. Ships to: Worldwide. Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman's lyrics and song composition standout the most about this album. I then look at Meat Loaf and see a very unhealthy looking individual who reminds me of School Dinners! OK, having got that off my chest, the album is a classic, is bombastic and nodding towards Musical territory, in fact it should be made into a Musical. I have the CD and am umming and arring whether to get the vinyl.

Every Picture Tells A Story (1971) - Rod Stewart 81. Sweet Baby James (1970) - James Taylor 82. Bat Out Of Hell (1977) - Meat Loaf 83. Bad Girls (1979) - Donna Summer 84. Highway To Hell (1979) - AC/DC 85. Parallel Lines (1979) - Blondie 86. Trans-Europe Express (1977) - Kraftwerk 8. Running On Empty (1977) - Jackson Browne 99. Fleetwood Mac (1975) - Fleetwood Mac 100. Darkness On The Edge Of Town (1978) - Bruce Springsteen. 101. Damn The Torpedoes (1979) - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers 102. Rust Never Sleeps (1979) - Neil Young & Crazy Horse 103.