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Bat Out Of Hell

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If grandiloquence could take the form of an album, it would undoubtedly arrive in the form of Bat Out Of Hell. It's a real sorcery that comes out of the hat of composer Jim Steinman and is served as an offering to us by a possessed Meat Loaf. An improbable anthology of "over the top" moments that have gone down in history. With forty three million units sold, Bat Out Of Hell is a unique experience, so much so that I'm sure many people remember where they were when they first heard it. From the pure orchestral moments on For Crying Out Loud (featuring the New York Philharmonic Orchestra), to the title track and its ten minutes of intensity that will make you shy away from any karaoke night (or not), it is a true moment in history that is offered to your ears.

Paradise By The Dashboard Light, which sees Meat sharing the mic with Ellen Folley, is a lesson in execution and composition, never equalled in the vocalist's career and reason enough to listen to Bat Out Of Hell alone. Nor will we forget the apocalyptic last minutes of All Revved Up With No Place To Go, a rock manifesto that paves the way for the magnificent Heaven Can Wait or Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad: "You can't imagine how hard I had to work to sing this album in the studio, you can't imagine how much we had to give of ourselves to make this album authentic, in its humour and in all that it embodies. A lot of people realise that when they actually try it, and still they don't."

Unique, funny, often misunderstood and always inspired, just like its singer, Bat Out Of Hell is reaching out to you. We already miss you Meat Loaf. Maxime Archambaud / Qobuz

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1
Bat Out of Hell
00:09:50

Meat Loaf, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jim Steinman, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Percussion - Todd Rundgren, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer - Rory Dodd - Ellen Foley - Kasim Sultan, Bass - ROY BITTAN, Keyboards, Piano - Max Weinberg, Drums - Roger Powell, Synthesizer

(P) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
00:05:05

Meat Loaf, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jim Steinman, Arranger, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Percussion - Todd Rundgren, Arranger, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer - Rory Dodd - Ellen Foley - Kasim Sultan, Bass - ROY BITTAN, Keyboards, Piano - Max Weinberg, Drums - Roger Powell, Synthesizer

(P) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Heaven Can Wait
00:04:41

Meat Loaf, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jim Steinman, Arranger, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Percussion - Todd Rundgren, Arranger, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer - Rory Dodd - Ellen Foley - ROY BITTAN, Keyboards, Piano - Kasim Sultan, Bass - Max Weinberg, Drums - Roger Powell, Synthesizer

(P) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
All Revved Up with No Place to Go
00:04:19

Meat Loaf, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jim Steinman, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Percussion - Todd Rundgren, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer - Rory Dodd - Ellen Foley - Kasim Sultan, Bass - ROY BITTAN, Keyboards, Piano - Max Weinberg, Drums - Roger Powell, Synthesizer

(P) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Two Out of Three Ain't Bad
00:05:26

Meat Loaf, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jim Steinman, Arranger, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Percussion - Todd Rundgren, Arranger, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer - Rory Dodd - Ellen Foley - ROY BITTAN, Keyboards, Piano - Kasim Sultan, Bass - Max Weinberg, Drums - Roger Powell, Synthesizer

(P) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Paradise by the Dashboard Light
00:08:29

Meat Loaf, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Ellen Foley, Associated Performer - Meat Loaf (with Ellen Foley), Associated Performer, Main Artist - Meat Loaf with Ellen Foley, Associated Performer - Jim Steinman, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist - Todd Rundgren, Guitar, Producer - Amy Herot - PHIL RIZZUTO, Speaker - Rory Dodd - Marvin Lee - Max Weinberg, Drums - ROY BITTAN, Keyboards, Piano - Roger Powell, Synthesizer - Kasim Sultan, Bass - Kasim Sulton, Bass - Edgar Winter, Saxophone

(P) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
For Crying Out Loud
00:08:44

Meat Loaf, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jim Steinman, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Percussion - Todd Rundgren, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer - Rory Dodd - Ellen Foley - Kasim Sultan, Bass - ROY BITTAN, Keyboards, Piano - Max Weinberg, Drums - Roger Powell, Synthesizer

(P) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

If grandiloquence could take the form of an album, it would undoubtedly arrive in the form of Bat Out Of Hell. It's a real sorcery that comes out of the hat of composer Jim Steinman and is served as an offering to us by a possessed Meat Loaf. An improbable anthology of "over the top" moments that have gone down in history. With forty three million units sold, Bat Out Of Hell is a unique experience, so much so that I'm sure many people remember where they were when they first heard it. From the pure orchestral moments on For Crying Out Loud (featuring the New York Philharmonic Orchestra), to the title track and its ten minutes of intensity that will make you shy away from any karaoke night (or not), it is a true moment in history that is offered to your ears.

Paradise By The Dashboard Light, which sees Meat sharing the mic with Ellen Folley, is a lesson in execution and composition, never equalled in the vocalist's career and reason enough to listen to Bat Out Of Hell alone. Nor will we forget the apocalyptic last minutes of All Revved Up With No Place To Go, a rock manifesto that paves the way for the magnificent Heaven Can Wait or Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad: "You can't imagine how hard I had to work to sing this album in the studio, you can't imagine how much we had to give of ourselves to make this album authentic, in its humour and in all that it embodies. A lot of people realise that when they actually try it, and still they don't."

Unique, funny, often misunderstood and always inspired, just like its singer, Bat Out Of Hell is reaching out to you. We already miss you Meat Loaf. Maxime Archambaud / Qobuz

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