Meat Loaf – Bat Out Of Hell
Without a doubt Meat Loaf belongs to a constant in the history of Rock'n'Roll. To date, his "Bat Out Of Hell", released in 1977, has sold about 30 million copies and is at the top of the eternal bestseller list, alongside greats like Michael Jackson and Pink Floyd.
Like hardly any other album, this milestone has influenced rock music. Meat Loaf proves on this album that he masters fast and hard guitar rock as well as slow and epic ballads. Sooner or later, every title from it turns out to be a real catchy tune "Bat Out Of Hell" is a concept album and hit collection at the same time: Be it the title track "Bat Out Of Hell", "Paradise By The Dashboard Light" or "Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad", hit follows hit - not for nothing were all tracks except one released as single.
A1 Bat Out Of Hell
A2 You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
A3 Heaven Can Wait
A4 All Revved Up With No Place To Go
B1 Two Out Of Three Ain'T Bad
B2 Paradise By The Dashboard Light
B3 For Crying Out Loud