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Album Review

Meat Loaf collects a couple of Steinman songs, and he, Paul Jacobs, and Mack work at recreating the Rundgren production sound for an album of high-voltage rock.

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Under rated & just as good as "Bat"

This album is just as good as Bat Out of Hell. and it's better than Bat 2 &3 and all of Meat's other albums. I guarantee you'll love almost every song on this cd. More Than You Deserve is my alltime favorite meat loaf song and was the 1st Jim Steinman song Meat ever sang. I'm gonna Love Her for Both of Us was Meat's only hit between Bat Out of Hell and Bat Out of Hell II. Dead Ringer for Love is a constant part of Meat Loaf live shows, and Peel Out is an awesome album opener. I'm not a huge fan of Read 'Em and Weep & Everything is Permitted but they're decent songs. Definitely check out Dead Ringer, i guarantee you'll be wondering why this album wasn't a hit.

this is a great album

even though I was not born at the time of this album's release, I was lucky enough to find it in an antique store brand new. this is an awesome album and my favorite songs are dead ringer and peel out. I was very lucky that day because I also found bat outta hell. I highly reccomend it.


For those who are wondering, this album is listed under Cher's page because she is the guest female vocalist on the title track "Dead Ringer For Love". She does an excellent job.


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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