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Piece of the Action: The Best of Meat Loaf collects 30 songs from the larger than life rocker. At two discs, this U.K. collection would seem the perfect vehicle to showcase Marvin Lee Aday's three decades worth of material, but Piece of the Action narrows its focus on the his years with BMG and Sony, which means that anyone looking for recent hits like "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" is out of luck. That said, Meat Loaf's '70s and early '80s output provided him with the majority of his hits, making this early career anthology a worthy addition to the myriad reissues of his 1977 classic Bat out of Hell.

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piece of the action

a good introduction to anyone who has not experienced the individual Meatloaf albums, encompasses most of the stand out tracks. I have yet to see however the release of the album Meatloaf - meatloaf and stoney, I bought it on vinyl it was released on the tamla motown label, never been able to locate it on download or cd, I believe it pre-dates Bat out of hell, but was not a commercial success. Any chance of i-tunes releasing this?

I would do anything for love????

A great collection, but where is I would do anything for love, their biggest hit?


Born: 27 September 1947 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Marvin Lee Aday is a singer and occasional actor who, for reasons never definitively answered, has recorded under the name Meat Loaf. In all likelihood a childhood nickname, the tag stuck, and many puns followed as the performer -- who tipped the scales at well over 300 pounds -- became one of the biggest chart acts of the 1970s before enjoying a commercial renaissance two decades later. Meat Loaf was born in Dallas, Texas. The product of a family of gospel singers, he moved to Los Angeles in 1967...
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