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Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell (Deluxe Edition)

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Album Review

Like any edition of Universal's Deluxe Edition series, Meat Loaf's 1993 comeback album Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell is lavishly, lovingly packaged — a fold-out double-disc set enhoused in a slipcase, an extensive booklet with liner notes and rare photographs, plus a full disc of rare material. The question is not whether this album deserves it — it's Meat Loaf's second-best and second-best-selling record, so sure it does — but whether the extra disc of material is worth the time of anyone outside of fanatics. The answer is probably not. While the notes and sound are good, the bonus disc contains nothing but radio edits of the singles, or remixes — and of only four of the album's 11 songs, too (the breakdown: four versions of "Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are," two versions of "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)," three of "Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back," two of "Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through"). This is no doubt a boon for the hardcore collector that want to have all the edits and mixes released as B-sides from this era, but it doesn't really offer any revelations, curiosities, or an interesting listen for anybody else (and it may not be that interesting to those collectors, either). Still, it's a nicely assembled set that will make a nice collector's item for the die-hard fans.

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Meat Loaf? who's that?

i am eighteen years old, and naturally my peers will ask that. so i tell them this: "Throw away your hip hop, alternative rock, metal, and anything else you consider music. This is what it's all about. You're nothin but a wasted youth goin straight back into hell without Meat Loaf's bat out of hell." The true king of rock = Meat Loaf


I like meat loaf alot, but i would like to know about seeing some videos of some of his songs, I really liked them they really showed his creativeness.


P Littles thinks this cd is like Mike Ditka.. It is hardcore... I also like how that one song is in the Dr Pepper commercial. Thats as hot as the dixie chicks except for that fat one who made fun of the president. That wasnt cool. Yours Truley Kenny Rogers


Born: September 27, 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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