Artists - M. Add your thoughts 3 Comments. General Comment I agree with what people have said before, but I also whenever I hear the song it reminds me of the relationship between Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman -- the bitterness there was between them, the fact that he'd write the songs while Meat would sing them, and the fact that eventually he recorded his own album Rock Classics. Mullets Rock! The Train Kept A Rollin' Meat Loaf 82 fans. Artist's Top Tracks. Most popular release.
Bad Attitude by Meat Loaf. Dead Ringer by Meat Loaf. Similar Artists. Bonnie Tyler fans. Billy Joel fans. Others were taken from the pre-show soundcheck. The album peaked at No. After his tour was cut short due to a cyst on his vocal cord, Meat Loaf returned to the stage. To the delight of fans, Meat Loaf made his return alongside his longtime duet partner Patti Russo, who debuted one of her own original songs during Loaf's show.
The tour kicked off in Plymouth, England on 27 June and continued through July and August with 20 showdates throughout Europe. Six United States showdates were also added for October and December The EP was released by Epic as a collectors item exclusively for the European market.
The version released in Ireland was the most exclusive as it was a pressing in clear vinyl. Missing lyrics by Meat Loaf? Know any other songs by Meat Loaf? Don't keep it to yourself! Add it Here. Create a new account. Log In. Hits Out of Hell is a compilation album by Meat Loaf .
It comprises seven Jim Steinman songs. The original release also contained the hit " Modern Girl " from Bad Attitude , which came out at about the same time.
Meat Loaf never liked that he never had any say in these compilations and numerous others soon followed in Hits out of Hell' s footsteps. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists.
Streams Videos All Posts. Composed by Jim Steinman. Release Year incorrect year? Song Genres. All Genres. Song Styles.I'm Gonna Love Her For Both Of Us This song is by Meat Loaf and appears on the album Dead Ringer () on the Compilation album Hits Out Of Hell () on the compilation album Back From Hell - The Very Best () I can't stand to see it no more the way you're living with a.