Meat Loaf - 7 Albums 1977 - 2011 [FLAC] - Kitlope

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Labels: Rare Earth, Cleveland Int, Epic, RCA, Arista, MCA, Polydor, Sanctuary, Mercury, Virgin, Loud & Proud

[b]Albums, Years & Catalog # in This Torrent:[/b]

Bat Out Of Hell 1977 WEK-34974 *
Bat Out Of Hell II 1993 MCAD-10699 *
Bat Out Of Hell III 2006 0946 3 63147 2 3 (Burst Mode) *
Bat Out Of Hell Live 2004 (not my rip)
Hang Cool Teddy Bear 2010 1686-177602 *
Hell In A Handbasket 2011 88691932732 *
The Essential 2011 88697 92211 2 *

* Denotes My Rip

[b]I would like to thank the original uploader of Bat Out Of Hell Live, don't know who it was so a big thank you. Audiochecker Log included. If anybody has anymore Meat Loaf please do make available in lossless!

Kit [/b]

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[b]From Wiki:[/b]

Meat Loaf (born Marvin Lee Aday, September 27, 1947), is an American hard rock musician and actor. He is noted for the Bat Out of Hell album trilogy consisting of Bat Out of Hell, Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell and Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose. Bat Out of Hell has sold more than 43 million copies worldwide.[1] After 35 years, it still sells an estimated 200,000 copies annually and stayed on the charts for over nine years, making it one of the best selling albums of all time.[2][3]

Although he enjoyed success with Bat Out of Hell and Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell and earned a Grammy Award for Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance for the song "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" on the latter album, Meat Loaf experienced some initial difficulty establishing a steady career within his native US. However, he has retained iconic status and popularity in Europe, especially the UK, where he ranks 23rd for the number of weeks overall spent on the charts as of 2006. He ranked 96th on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock."

Meat Loaf has also appeared in over 50 movies and television shows,[4] sometimes as himself or as characters resembling his stage persona. His most notable roles include Eddie in the American premiere of The Rocky Horror Show and The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Robert "Bob" Paulson in Fight Club. [/quote]

[b]Bat Out Of Hell [/b] 1977


Bat Out of Hell is the second album and major-label debut by American rock musician Meat Loaf, as well as being his first collaboration with composer Jim Steinman, released in October 1977 on Cleveland International/Epic Records. It is one of the best-selling albums in the history of recorded music, having sold a total of 43 million copies worldwide.[2] Rolling Stone magazine ranked it at number 343 on its list of the 500 greatest albums of all time in 2003.

Its musical style is influenced by Steinman's appreciation of Richard Wagner, Phil Spector, Bruce Springsteen and The Who. Bat Out of Hell has been certified by the Recording Industry Association of America as a platinum album, fourteen times over.[3] The album went on to become one of the most influential and iconic albums of all time and its songs have remained classic rock staples.

This album's title also became the title for two more Meat Loaf albums. Steinman produced the 1993 album, Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell. Desmond Child produced the 2006 album, Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Bat Out of Hell" 
2.	"You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)"
3.	"Heaven Can Wait" 
4.	"All Revved Up with No Place to Go" 
5.	"Two Out of Three Ain't Bad" 
6.	"Paradise by the Dashboard Light" (duet with Ellen Foley)
7.	"For Crying Out Loud" 

[b]Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell [/b] 1993


Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell is a 1993 studio album by Meat Loaf and was written and produced by Jim Steinman. It was released sixteen years after Meat Loaf's first solo album Bat Out of Hell. It reached #1 in the US, the UK and Australia. Three tracks were released as singles, including "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)", which reached #1 in 28 countries. The album was released by Virgin Records outside of North America, where it was released by MCA. The third part of the Bat trilogy, Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose, was released in 2006.

Just like the first album of the trilogy, Bat Out Of Hell II was a huge commercial success and sold over 20 million copies worldwide.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" 
2.	"Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back" 
3.	"Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through" 
4.	"It Just Won't Quit" 
5.	"Out of the Frying Pan (And into the Fire)" 
6.	"Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer than They Are" 
7.	"Wasted Youth" (Monologue by Steinman)
8.	"Everything Louder than Everything Else" 
9.	"Good Girls Go to Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere)" 
10.	"Back Into Hell" (Instrumental)
11.	"Lost Boys and Golden Girls"

[b]Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose [/b] 1993


Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose is the tenth studio album by Meat Loaf, the third and last in the Bat Out of Hell series. It was released in October 2006, 29 years after Bat Out of Hell (1977), and 13 years after Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell (1993). Produced by Desmond Child, it is the only Bat album not involving Jim Steinman in its production. The album was subject to a legal dispute between Meat Loaf and Steinman, who had registered the phrase "Bat Out of Hell" as a trademark and attempted to prevent the album using the phrase. In the end, seven songs that Steinman wrote for various other projects were included. As with its predecessors, the album received mixed reviews. A tour, named "Seize the Night tour", followed the release, concentrating upon songs from the Bat albums.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"The Monster Is Loose" 
2.	"Blind as a Bat" 
3.	"It's All Coming Back to Me Now" (Duet with Marion Raven)
4.	"Bad for Good" (Featuring Brian May)
5.	"Cry Over Me" 
6.	"In the Land of the Pig, the Butcher Is King" 
7.	"Monstro" 
8.	"Alive" 
9.	"If God Could Talk" 
10.	"If It Ain't Broke, Break It" 
11.	"What About Love?" (Duet with Patti Russo)
12.	"Seize the Night" 
13.	"The Future Ain't What It Used to Be" (Duet with Jennifer Hudson)
14.	"Cry to Heaven"

[b]Bat Out Of Hell: Live With The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra [/b] 2004


Bat out of Hell: Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is a live album released by singer Meat Loaf in 2004 on the Mercury and Sanctuary labels. The album was recorded on February 20-February 22, 2004 during Meat Loaf's Australian tour. Meat Loaf is backed for the concerts by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. As the name suggests, the album contains live performances of the seven tracks off Meat Loaf's 1977 album, Bat out of Hell. The Australian and limited edition versions of the album also contain a performance of "I Would Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" (Song is available for listening [1]), in addition to the track "Couldn't Have Said It Better" and a bonus DVD for the limited edition. Of note is the fact that the song "Heaven Can Wait" is present on the album, while it has not been performed on either of the recorded shows.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Bat out of Hell" – 11:48
2.	"You Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)" – 5:16
3.	"Heaven Can Wait" – 5:09
4.	"All Revved Up with No Place to Go" – 5:22
5.	"Two out of Three Ain't Bad" – 5:42
6.	"Paradise by the Dashboard Light" – 11:07
7.	"For Crying Out Loud" – 10:45

[b]Hang Cool Teddy Bear [/b] 2010


Hang Cool Teddy Bear is the 11th studio album by Meat Loaf. It was released on 19 April 2010 by Mercury Records in the UK[2] and by Loud & Proud Records in the US[3] on 11 May 2010, with global distribution handled by Universal Music Group. The album was produced by Rob Cavallo, and contains songs written by Justin Hawkins, Rick Brantley and Jon Bon Jovi, amongst others. Guests on the album include Brian May, Steve Vai, Patti Russo, Hugh Laurie, Jack Black, and Pearl Aday. This is the fourth studio album by Meat Loaf not to include any songs written by former collaborator Jim Steinman. The first single from the album, "Los Angeloser", was released for download on April 5, 2010.[4]

The album was released on CD, Hardback book CD/DVD Deluxe edition, Limited Edition LP, digital and Super Deluxe Box Set.[1] The Super Deluxe edition comes in a booklike box containing two audio CDs, a concert DVD of Meat Loaf live in 2008,[2] a Meat Loaf metal keyring, sheet music for the track "Los Angeloser," and a Meat Loaf Hang Cool Teddy Bear album art print card.[1] The Universal Music UK store has an exclusive version available featuring a signed certificate.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Peace on Earth" 
2.	"Living on the Outside" 
3.	"Los Angeloser" 
4.	"If I Can't Have You" 
5.	"Love Is Not Real/Next Time You Stab Me in the Back" 
6.	"Like a Rose" (feat. Jack Black)
7.	"Song of Madness" (feat. Steve Vai)
8.	"Did You Ever Love Somebody" 
9.	"Running Away from Me" 
10.	"Let's Be in Love" (feat. Patti Russo)
11.	"If It Rains" 
12.	"Elvis in Vegas"

[b]Hell In A Handbasket [/b] 2012


Hell in a Handbasket is the 12th studio album by Meat Loaf, released September 30, 2011 by Sony Records in Australia, followed by a release in early 2012 worldwide.

The album was produced by Neverland Express guitarist Paul Crook.[2] Songwriters who had worked on his previous album also made a return, including Gregory Becker and John Paul White ("Let's Be in Love") and Tommy Henriksen (co-author of the digital bonus track "Prize Fight Lover"). Also prominently featured on the album is songwriter Sean McConnell, whose contributions were originally developed for Hang Cool Teddy Bear but wound up being discarded as the album took a different direction creatively (however, he is still thanked in that album's liner notes).[3]

Due to the lengthy gaps between releases in various regions, Meat Loaf has intimated in response to public demand that there is still time for longtime collaborator Jim Steinman to make a contribution to the album in its internationally-released form. Meat Loaf concluded by noting "don't rule it out."[4] This was a more specific variation on a previous statement, namely that he would work with Steinman again but that Steinman "doesn't know it yet."[5] Speculation has since occurred as to what the contribution may be. As recently as September 2008, Steinman stated on his website he was creating an album as a promotional tie-in to the forthcoming Bat Out of Hell musical with a working title of Bat Out of Hell: The Climax or The Final at Bat, which would feature "new versions of classic BOOH 1&2 songs, and ALL the brand newest songs, sung by many amazing artists." He hastened to add that there was "NO REASON Meat couldnt [sic] sing these too."

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"All of Me" 
2.	"The Giving Tree" 
3.	"Live or Die" 
4.	"Blue Sky/Mad Mad World/The Good God is a Woman and She Don't Like Ugly" (Special appearance by Chuck D)
5.	"California Dreamin'" (Duet with Patti Russo)
6.	"Party of One" 
7.	"Another Day" 
8.	"40 Days" 
9.	"Our Love and Our Souls" (Duet with Patti Russo)
10.	"Stand in the Storm" (Special guest appearances from Lil Jon, Trace Adkins and Mark McGrath)
11.	"Blue Sky" 
12.	"Fall from Grace"

[b]The Essential [/b] 2011


The Very Best of Meat Loaf (later released as "The Essential") is a 1998 album spanning the first 21 years of Meat Loaf's recording career. Although not reaching the top ten in the UK, it recently went platinum[when?], and was already platinum around the rest of the world just after its release. The album features many of Meat Loaf's best-known songs as well as a few from his lesser known albums of the 1980s.

Besides hits like "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)", The Very Best of Meat Loaf contains three new tracks. Two of those are written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Jim Steinman and are adapted from their musical Whistle Down The Wind; both of these tracks were produced by Steinman. The third new track, "Is Nothing Sacred" is written by Steinman and lyricist Don Black, and produced by Russ Titelman (the single version of this song is a duet with Patti Russo, whereas the album version is a solo song by Meat Loaf. The single version would later appear on the VH1 Storytellers CD).

Both Bat out of Hell and Bat out of Hell II: Back into Hell are prominently featured with five tracks from the first and four from the second. The album did not feature any songs from his 1986 album Blind Before I Stop.

The album was rereleased in 2003 with the same tracks in a different order.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

[b]Disc: 1 [/b]

1. Home By Now/No Matter What 
2. Life Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back 
3. You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth 
4. Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad 
5. Modern Girl (Live) 
6. Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through 
7. Is Nothing Sacred 
8. Paradise By The Dashboard Light; I.Paradise  II. Let Me Sleep On It  III.Praying For The End Of Time 
9. Heaven Can Wait 

[b]Disc: 2 [/b]

1. I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) 
2. A Kiss Is A Terrible Thing To Waste 
3. I'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth) 
4. Not A Dry Eye In The House 
5. Nocturnal Pleasure 
6. Dead Ringer For Love 
7. Midnight At The Lost And Found 
8. Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are 
9. Bat Out Of Hell 

Enjoy Meat Loaf :)
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