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Meat Loaf - 3 Bats Live
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Meat Loaf - 3 Bats Live

Meat Loaf and friend/songwriter Jim Steinman started Bat out of Hell in
1972, but did not get serious about it until the end of 1974. The
two-year gap in the production was due to controversy surrounding his
son born in Afton, Wyoming. Meat Loaf decided to leave theatre, and
concentrate exclusively on music. Then, the National Lampoon Show opened
on Broadway, and it needed an understudy for John Belushi, a close
friend of Meat Loaf since 1972. It was at the Lampoon Show that Meat
Loaf met Ellen Foley, the co-star who sang "Paradise by the Dashboard
Light" with him on the album Bat out of Hell.

After the Lampoon show ended, Meat Loaf and Steinman spent time seeking a
record deal. Their approaches were rejected by each record company,
because their songs did not fit any specific recognized music industry
style. Finally, they performed the songs for Todd Rundgren, who decided
to produce the album, as well as play lead guitar on it (other members
of Todd's band Utopia also lent their musical talents). They then
shopped the record around, but still had no takers until Cleveland
International Records decided to take a chance. On October 21, 1977, Bat
out of Hell was released.

Meat Loaf and Steinman formed the band The Neverland Express to tour in
support of Bat out of Hell. Their first gig was opening for Cheap Trick
in Chicago. He gained national exposure as musical guest on Saturday
Night Live on March 25, 1978. Guest host Christopher Lee introduced him
by saying, "And now ladies and gentlemen I would like you to meet Loaf.
(pauses, looks dumbfounded) I beg your pardon, what? (he listens to the
director's aside) Oh! Why...why I'm sorry, yes, of course...ah... Ladies
and gentlemen, Meat Loaf!" The huge success of the album caused a rift
to open up between Meat Loaf and Steinman: the group, named after Meat
Loaf for ease of labeling, seemed to Steinman to sideline his work as
creator, and Steinman started to resent the attention that his partner
was getting.

During a show in Ottawa, Meat Loaf fell off the stage and broke his leg.
He toured with the broken leg, performing from a wheel chair. During
this time, Meat Loaf began heavy use of cocaine, had a nervous breakdown
and threatened to commit suicide by jumping off the ledge of a building
in New York. Then, in December 1978, he went to Woodstock to work with
Steinman. It was at the Bearsville studio that Meat Loaf met his future
wife, Leslie G. Edmonds; they were married within a month. Leslie had a
daughter from a previous marriage, Pearl, who has since followed in her
stepfather's footsteps to become a singer. In the middle of recording
his second album, Bad for Good, Meat Loaf lost the ability to sing; it
is unclear as to the exact cause - the tour was a punishing one, and the
vocals and energy intense. However, his doctors said that physically he
was fine and that his problem was psychological. Nevertheless, Steinman
decided to keep recording Bad for Good without Meat Loaf.

Bat out of Hell has sold over 40 million copies worldwide, making it one
of the highest selling albums of all time. In the UK alone, its 2.1
million sales put it in 38th place. Despite peaking at #9 and spending
only two weeks in the top ten in 1981, it has now clocked up 474 weeks
on the UK album chart, a figure bettered by only by Rumours by Fleetwood
Mac - 478 weeks. In Australia, it knocked the Bee Gees off the number
#1 spot and went on to become the biggest-selling Australian album of
all time. Bat out of Hell is also one of only two albums that has never
exited the Top 200 in the UK charts; this makes it the longest stay in
any music chart in the world, although the published chart contains just
75 positions.


01. All Revved Up With No Playe To Go
02. Paradise By The Dashboard
03. Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth
04. Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire)
05. Life Is A Lemon (And I Want My Money Back)
06. I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)
07. Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are
08. Rock & Roll Dreams Come Through
09. The Monster Is Loose
10. Bad For Good
11. If It Ain't Broke Break It
12. Blind As A Bat
13. Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
14. Bat Out Of Hell
15. Black Betty
16. It`s all coming back to me now
17. Mercury blues
18. Gimme shelter


01. It`s all coming back to me now - Video
02. Cry over me - Video
03. The monster is loose - Animated short film

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