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    Meat Loaf releases a new single

    Meat Loaf has released a single of a new song called "The Monster Is Loose". It features classic artwork on the cover, and the song itself sports a slightly modern sound with heavy guitars and Meat Loaf's classic operatic vocals. Check it out
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    October 31st 2006...street date of "Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose"...
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    Damn, I thought part II was it. Guess not

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    next it'll be "Bat Out of Hell (Digitally Re-mastered)"
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    Originally posted by Soul Reaper
    next it'll be "Bat Out of Hell (Digitally Re-mastered)"
    Already done it, I think....

    Actually, I don't think Jim Steinman's involved in Bat Out of Hell III, so we'll see where it goes...

    Following tradition, it'll debut somewhere at the top of the charts, all Bat Out of Hell albums do.

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    Originally posted by bueno bob
    Already done it, I think....

    Actually, I don't think Jim Steinman's involved in Bat Out of Hell III, so we'll see where it goes...

    Following tradition, it'll debut somewhere at the top of the charts, all Bat Out of Hell albums do.
    "Bat Out of Hell IV: Tired of It All".....

    mind you, I do like some of ML's songs.....he's got a good voice....

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    I've always been a sucker for Broadway rock and conceptual stuff...

    Bat Out of Hell will always be one of my top 20 albums of all time...

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    Like a bat out of hell
    Ill be gone when the morning comes
    When the night is over
    Like a bat out of hell Ill be gone gone gone
    Like a bat out of hell Ill be gone when the morning comes
    When the day is done
    And the sun goes down
    And the moonlights shining through
    Then like a sinner before the gates of heaven
    Ill come crawling on back to you

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    Originally posted by bueno bob
    Already done it, I think....

    Actually, I don't think Jim Steinman's involved in Bat Out of Hell III, so we'll see where it goes...
    No he's not. He refused to be part of it and as he owns the name "Bat out of Hell" refused to ML use it intially.

    Meat then launched a huge lawsuit claiming damages to his future earnings.

    I guess he won...
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    Well, anybody can write Broadway rock that sounds like Bat Out of Hell...Christ, I can write Steinmann as well as he can. It doesn't take much, just a sonic bombardment, really...a lot of musicians do it today...Jon Oliva Inc. and Andrew W.K. leap to mind immediately, and there's a hundred others at a minimum...

    Technically, Steinmann doesn't have to be involved with the album, per se - most of Meat's not Steinmann stuff has been fairly good, anyway, IMO.

    If it goes #1, Jim'll probably regret his decision...but honestly, I really don't think it's going to in this day and age.

    Again, I said the same thing about Bat Out of Hell II a month before it's release and was I ever wrong...

    So...we'll see...

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    I like Meatloaf, and I'm a little ashamed to admit that. But there is no way in hell it's gonna' work without Steinmann.
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    Can't he come up with an album title other than "Bat Out Of Hell"? "Bat Out Of Hell III" is bordering on the absurd. The next one will be called "Bat Out Of Hell IV, The Hell With All This Hell Shit".
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    Originally posted by Little Texan
    Can't he come up with an album title other than "Bat Out Of Hell"? "Bat Out Of Hell III" is bordering on the absurd. The next one will be called "Bat Out Of Hell IV, The Hell With All This Hell Shit".
    Bat Out of Hell came out in '77, I think...Bat Out of Hell II in '93, Bat Out of Hell - Live With the Melbourne Symphony in '04...and now Bat Out of Hell III in '06.

    Between all of those, he's recorded Dead Ringer in '81, Midnight at the Lost and Found in '83, Bad Attitude in '84, Blind Before I Stop in '86, Live at Wembley in '87, Welcome to the Neighborhood in '96, Live Around the World in '96, The Very Best Of in '98 (I count that because of the new material on it), VH1 Storytellers in '99, and Couldn't Have Said it Better in '03.

    With a break between '77 and '81, Meat Loaf's been making music almost consistantly since 1977 and the "Bat Out of Hell" series of titles is just something he revisits every 13-15 years or so.

    He's done plenty of non Bat Out of Hell albums over the years, actually. Mostly it's people who really aren't too familiar with his music that think the Bat Out of Hell series is all he does...

    Admittedly, those albums are without a doubt his biggest hits...

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    Don't let your meat loaf!


    I like Meatloaf!

    Is the chick from American Idol going to tour with him? She was toasty hot when she sang with him on TV!
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    Are you sure Steinmann isn't involved? Billboard says he wrote 7 tracks

    http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/..._id=1002915697
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    ^That Miami Vice movie was a bit to much romancin'! They should have called it Love Story!

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    yes he is involved,

    "Seven songs on the album were written by Jim Steinman, producer of Bat Out of Hell II, and principal songwriter of the first two albums in the trilogy. His involvement follows the resolution of a lawsuit over the Bat out of Hell trademark between the longtime friends and collaborators Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman. The two came to an amicable agreement that ensured that Jim Steinman's music would be a continuing part of the Bat out of Hell legacy".

    but i won't buy that . No i won't buy that.
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    Originally posted by bueno bob
    Bat Out of Hell came out in '77, I think...Bat Out of Hell II in '93, Bat Out of Hell - Live With the Melbourne Symphony in '04...and now Bat Out of Hell III in '06.

    Between all of those, he's recorded Dead Ringer in '81, Midnight at the Lost and Found in '83, Bad Attitude in '84, Blind Before I Stop in '86, Live at Wembley in '87, Welcome to the Neighborhood in '96, Live Around the World in '96, The Very Best Of in '98 (I count that because of the new material on it), VH1 Storytellers in '99, and Couldn't Have Said it Better in '03.

    With a break between '77 and '81, Meat Loaf's been making music almost consistantly since 1977 and the "Bat Out of Hell" series of titles is just something he revisits every 13-15 years or so.

    He's done plenty of non Bat Out of Hell albums over the years, actually. Mostly it's people who really aren't too familiar with his music that think the Bat Out of Hell series is all he does...

    Admittedly, those albums are without a doubt his biggest hits...
    I confess that I am a bit ignorant about Mr. Loaf's music career, and I thought the BOOH albums were the only ones he had done. I'm not a fan of his music, just like I'm not a fan of the other meat loaf. Thanks for the enlightenment.

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    Originally posted by Little Texan
    I confess that I am a bit ignorant about Mr. Loaf's music career, and I thought the BOOH albums were the only ones he had done. I'm not a fan of his music, just like I'm not a fan of the other meat loaf. Thanks for the enlightenment.
    No worries. I'm an old school, long time Meat Loaf fan, so...


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    Originally posted by Kilkmaru
    Are you sure Steinmann isn't involved? Billboard says he wrote 7 tracks

    http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/..._id=1002915697
    Ahhh! That clears that up...as much as two months ago, there was a lot of confusion as to whether or not Steinmann had any involvement. Meat Loaf was playing one or two songs in concert announcing them as "Written by Jim", but Jim was also denying involvement with the project.

    Guess that clears that up...

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    I wouldnt even listen to it if Steinman was not involved...

    What about Elen Foley ? Does she get some vocals ?
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    Originally posted by Panamark
    I wouldnt even listen to it if Steinman was not involved...

    What about Elen Foley ? Does she get some vocals ?
    Forgive me if I'm wrong here, but I thought you were an old school Meat Loaf fan...? Didn't we have a conversation about him last year, or am I thinking of somebody else?

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    Bat out of hell did 28 million copies

    Bat out hof Hell 2 did 14 million

    This will be a big record, regardless of whether or not it's shit....


    Never been a fan, always prefered Meat in films.

    "Bitch tits"!

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    Cover art looks grate...unfortunately, because of this FUCKING SERVER, I can't seem to link it...

    It's over at the main Meat Loaf (singer) article at Wikipedia, though...

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    Have you heard The Monster is Loose yet?

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    Originally posted by bueno bob
    Forgive me if I'm wrong here, but I thought you were an old school Meat Loaf fan...? Didn't we have a conversation about him last year, or am I thinking of somebody else?
    Maybe I didnt word that last post very well. For sure Im a fan.
    Bat out of hell is one of the classics.

    But Im also a believer in the original lineups of anything
    magical.. What I was trying to say is that I wouldnt listen
    to it, if JS had no input.

    If Meatloaf himself tried to palm off "Bat 3" without Steinman,
    that would piss me off.

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    Steve Vai is supposed top play on at least one of the songs on the album.
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    I just listened to it earlier, and it's not bad, not bad at all. It has a surprisingly hard sound to it for a Meat Loaf song, probably because former DLR Band guitarist Johnny 5 Lowery was involved with it. Meat Loaf sounds like he's gangsta rapping the lyrics to the song, though.

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    Originally posted by Panamark
    But Im also a believer in the original lineups of anything
    magical.. What I was trying to say is that I wouldnt listen
    to it, if JS had no input.

    If Meatloaf himself tried to palm off "Bat 3" without Steinman,
    that would piss me off.
    The Loaf needs to bust this out @ a press cuntference, when they ask him about Steinman's whereabouts!

    "I can't lie
    I can't tell you that I'm something I'm not
    No matter how I try
    I'll never be able
    To give you something
    Something that I just haven't got!!"

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    That works on many levels Mr RUSS

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    Originally posted by rustoffa
    The Loaf needs to bust this out @ a press cuntference, when they ask him about Steinman's whereabouts!

    "I can't lie
    I can't tell you that I'm something I'm not
    No matter how I try
    I'll never be able
    To give you something
    Something that I just haven't got!!"

    Didja hear when they asked Meat what he thought about
    Ozzy's career ??

    He burst into:

    "I would do anything for cash
    But I wont bite bats,
    no I wont bite bats"

    :p

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    Originally posted by Panamark
    Didja hear when they asked Meat what he thought about
    Ozzy's career ??

    He burst into:

    "I would do anything for cash
    But I wont bite bats,
    no I wont bite bats"

    :p
    Yeah, Steinman's got alot more tact and class when it comes to not-so-subtle ownage.

    When asked about the validity of his contribution to the Loaf's career?

    "We were a team, he (the Loaf) delivered the goods. Celine Dion delivered a marginal interpretation of one of my songs. I don't really want to get into my thoughts on that recording...."

    LMFAO!

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    You know, it's grate to be able to recognize a Jim Steinman song a mile away, every time...Celine Dion...Air Supply...Meat Loaf...Bonnie Tyler...all VERY different musicians, and yet when they sing a Jim Steinman song, you just can't miss it...Wagnerian rock is so utterly distinctive, especially in Steinman's font.

    Well, Jim's contributed, what, 7 songs to "Bat III", and it looks like a few of the usual suspects are in place (Brian May back from "Bat II", Todd Rundgren too...odds are, when you throw Todd Rundgren into the mix, you're gonna get something fucking wonderful out of it...).

    I wonder if Max Weinberg's sitting in on the drums again?

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