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Bat Out of Hell is the second studio album and the major-label debut by American rock singer Meat Loaf, as well as being his first collaboration with composer Jim Steinman and producer Todd Rundgren, released in September 1977 on Cleveland International/Epic Records. It is one of the best-selling albums of all time, having sold over 43 million copies worldwide. It''s 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 14 times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.[

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Disc: 1

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

Disc: 2

1 Two Out of Three Ain''t Bad
2 Paradise By the Dashboard Light
3 For Crying Out Loud

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Gary F. Taylor
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Brilliant Homage to 1950s Teen Boy Fantasies
Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2016
Michael Lee Aday, aka Meat Loaf, had performed on stage in productions of HAIR and THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW, and had developed into the larger-than-life performer stage productions often require. When he and Jim Sharman became friends, they agreed that three of Steinman’s... See more
Michael Lee Aday, aka Meat Loaf, had performed on stage in productions of HAIR and THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW, and had developed into the larger-than-life performer stage productions often require. When he and Jim Sharman became friends, they agreed that three of Steinman’s songs for an unproduced musical titled NEVERLAND (“Bat Out of Hell,” “Heaven Can Wait,” and “All Revved Up With No Place to Go”) had potential as the foundation of an album—and the result was a collection of songs that virtually every recording company turned down. The album BAT OUT OF HELL was eventually recorded and quietly released by a minor label, Cleveland International, in 1977. It was not an instant success, but over time word of mouth began to boost sales, and at present it is one of the very few albums to have sold in excess of forty million copies.

Critics of the album tend to dismiss it as excessively theatrical, bombastic, and lyrically trivial—and they are right. The songs are hormone-hysterical reflections of teenage angst, a 1950s teenage fantasy created and interpreted by people who play it out with remarkable conviction. Everything here is excessively big, the arrangements, the character vocals and choral explosions, nods to heavy metal imagery, the self-indulgent teenage rock and roll mentality. And it’s easy to recognize the show’s theatrical roots: everything sounds like it has been lifted from a Broadway show. BAT OUT OF HELL isn’t just an album, it’s a performance piece, and Meat Loaf is its star. And he delivers.

Meat Loaf’s soaring, muscular, emotional voice is what makes the album work—it’s impossible to imagine any other singer pulling it off. He shifts from rock and roll kitsch like “Bat Out of Hell” and “All Revved Up With No Place To Go” into unexpected power ballads like “Heaven Can Wait” and “For Crying Out Loud.” “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” is also a knock out, the most obviously theatrical song on the album, unexpectedly and wickedly funny in its portrait of a “first time” car sex fantasy. The “big” song from BAT OUT OF HELL, of course, is “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad,” an odd sort of love song that denies love. And it’s all incredibly listenable and a lot of fun, a reflection of a rock and roll era that existed primarily in the minds of teenage boys half a century ago.

Then as now, BAT OUT OF HELL provokes very mixed reactions. A lot of people absolutely despise the thing, and they do so pretty much for the very reasons its fans like it. Me, I think it’s a knock out. Strongly recommended.

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Fredness
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Think of it as a REALLY good CD...
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018
2ch DSD - "2 Channel Direct Stream Digital" - NOT 5.1 Yes it is a digital master. Yes it is DSD. Yes it is SACD. Yes it is 1 Bit, 2.4MHz. However, there was ZERO effort put in to Multichannel or disk functionality. It sounds... See more
2ch DSD - "2 Channel Direct Stream Digital" - NOT 5.1

Yes it is a digital master.
Yes it is DSD.
Yes it is SACD.
Yes it is 1 Bit, 2.4MHz.
However, there was ZERO effort put in to Multichannel or disk functionality.

It sounds awesome, I just expected more from Mr. Loaf. :(

Catalog numbers for the 5.1 DTS version are:
Columbia ‎– ES 62171
Cleveland International Records ‎– ES 62171
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Sue Dudek
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I am old now but I love it even more
Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2016
I had this album years ago when I saw meat loaf in concert. I just bought it again. I am old now but I love it even more. The last song: "for crying out loud I love you" brought tears to my eyes for the words: ''giving me a child now that I''m old" Only an older... See more
I had this album years ago when I saw meat loaf in concert. I just bought it again. I am old now but I love it even more. The last song: "for crying out loud I love you" brought tears to my eyes for the words: ''giving me a child now that I''m old" Only an older person could understand how meaningful this is and how wonderful the sentiment. I am so glad I rediscovered Meat Loaf. I wish he would do more work in the studio. He was really something. I recommend this album to all age groups.
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Nilmar
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
They, the corporate music "they" need to take another swing at restoring this unique album true to it''s original form.
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2015
I remember this album from my teenage years, it was spectacular, i don''t know why they changed it from the original. The remastering was poorly done IMHO, they smoothed out the rough edges which made Meatloaf unique and they added two newer songs which just don''t fit,... See more
I remember this album from my teenage years, it was spectacular, i don''t know why they changed it from the original. The remastering was poorly done IMHO, they smoothed out the rough edges which made Meatloaf unique and they added two newer songs which just don''t fit, "Bat out of Hell" as an album worked as a coordinated sequence of songs starting with the street stroking "Bat out of Hell" and literally climaxing in the powerhouse "Paradise by the Dashboard lights", it pretty much summed up our early 70s teenage fixation on powerful cars and first sexual experiences in the back seats of them.......Vietnam had just ended, Saigon was falling, Watergate was still echoing, and there was a sense of just going for "it", whether "it" was a street race or teen sex...there was no future, just now.......and we had to grab it and have it now before the adults and the government managed to kill us all........in many ways this album was as much a statement of my late teen years as "Grease" and "West Side Story" were the statements of the teenagers of the 50s and the 60s.

It was 40 years ago and none of us expected to live much past our twenties. Meatloaf managed to capture our fears and our rage and our frustration, and express it as an in your face message, the climactic "stop right there" and "I''ve got to know right now" was on the face of it a young girl wanting to know if her boyfriend was going to stick around after sex..............on a deeper level it was a loud emphatic statement to our elders, were we going to be here after they were done screwing things up?
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Angela Edwards
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good quality - but nothing ssys "re-mastered".
Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2018
Finally, the abnormally low recording level is fixed! Original caused mp3 from cd to never be as loud as others (even at max adjustment in ITunes). So to me, the low price was worth it. HOWEVER, nothing on this cd indicates "re-mastered" - only re-issued. All... See more
Finally, the abnormally low recording level is fixed! Original caused mp3 from cd to never be as loud as others (even at max adjustment in ITunes). So to me, the low price was worth it. HOWEVER, nothing on this cd indicates "re-mastered" - only re-issued. All engineering/recording/etc. credits on insert & disc are same as original.
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Thomas M. Hall
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Classic
Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2017
A classic and a must for anyboby resurecting a vinyl collection. This was a replacement for an original that became unplayable due to the decades of improper storage, two basement floods and the mildew that followed. It Sounds fabulous, I would like to compare this to the... See more
A classic and a must for anyboby resurecting a vinyl collection. This was a replacement for an original that became unplayable due to the decades of improper storage, two basement floods and the mildew that followed. It Sounds fabulous, I would like to compare this to the original but not terribly interested now in pursuing a mint original. Mine arrived with a scratch on side one and have a replacement one the way.

Amazon returns for damaged items seems easy, I will edit this review if that proves to be different, but right now I am satisfied.
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Patricia Osley
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Its a replacement
Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2021
Bat out of hell, and Bat out of hell 2 are my absolute favorite Meatloaf songs. And unfortunately I have moved several times in the past 4-5 years, and suddenly I realized they have either gotten lost in one of the moves, or stolen by those that helped me to move my... See more
Bat out of hell, and Bat out of hell 2 are my absolute favorite Meatloaf songs. And unfortunately I have moved several times in the past 4-5 years, and suddenly I realized they have either gotten lost in one of the moves, or stolen by those that helped me to move my belongings, which again unfortunately I am afraid much closer then the truth then lost in a move.
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Alison A
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I have gone back to my teenage years!!!
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2019
I owned an original one just like this until my ex-husband trashed it in a fit of anger. It is so nice to have another one. This album got me through a lot of years of teenage melodrama. But I have yet to open it. Slight fear it will get ruined. I am so glad to have a... See more
I owned an original one just like this until my ex-husband trashed it in a fit of anger. It is so nice to have another one. This album got me through a lot of years of teenage melodrama. But I have yet to open it. Slight fear it will get ruined. I am so glad to have a perfect "Bat Out of Hell" once again!! Thank you for keeping yours so carefully, perfectly, lovingly.
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P. R. MacCabe
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Starting to shine...AT LAST
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 29, 2017
THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE HYBRID SACD VERSION RELEASED BY ANALOG SPARK. As there are almost as many reviews of the actual music as there are buyers I am concentrating on the sound quality of the latest version of this classic album first released in 1977. I have bought ''Bat...See more
THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE HYBRID SACD VERSION RELEASED BY ANALOG SPARK. As there are almost as many reviews of the actual music as there are buyers I am concentrating on the sound quality of the latest version of this classic album first released in 1977. I have bought ''Bat out of Hell'' several times snice first hearing it back in 1977, first on vinyl (LONG gone sadly) then on Sony Mastersound Gold CD then finally this version. A few years back I was convinced that my Mastersound CD was a great sounding CD. Which was all well and good until i went to work for a HiFi shop and proceeded to demonstrate a £2K system using it as a demonstration disc. The system didn''t exactly sound too good, the customer walked and the manager had me over the coals. "Why did you demo a system with'' Bat out of Hell'' for?. It is notorious for being the most un demo friendly disc in existence!". And subsequent investigations proved my manager right. Theres been several half hearted attempts to get round this not least with a Sony SACD release then a Multichannel release on SACD later on. These again just didn''t cut it and the Multichannel version being seen as a ''rush job'' to cash in on the launch of SACD. Many, many years later this album has been revisited. There was a rumour that the original master tapes had been destroyed in a fire and this would have proved to be an unmitigated disaster. As it happened the original tapes WERE safe and sound in the Sony vaults and so they were rescued and a brand new remaster was made by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound using the very latest technology, released by a specialist record company Analog Spark and released on the audiophile Hybrid SACD format. This being a Hybrid disc means it can be played on any standard CD player as well as SACD players. It also has to be noted this is NOT a Multichannel SACD release so unlike the previous SACD offering cannot be listened to in 5.1 surround sound. So what makes it worthwhile? Why bother with it when you might already have a copy and own one of the many versions out there already? And why on earth should you want to pay around £25 to have what you''ve already got? In two words....Sound quality. Bat out of Hell has always been recognised as a brilliant album but an absolute DOG sound quality wise mostly down to Todd Rundgrens production and an attempt by him to create a ''wall of sound'' great for effect but has squashed out a lot of the mid range. Numerous remastering efforts have never really improved on that. That is until now. There has been a noticeable increase in the clarity and detail of the music especially on the quieter more ''ballardy'' tracks like ''Heaven Can Wait'' and sections of ''For Crying Out Loud'' . Mr Aday''s vocals take on a new lease of life bringing out a new snap and sparkle hidden previously and there is also audiophile traits exposed like plucking of the bass strings which again have been hidden. the title track sadly is the least improved but even so its still worthwhile. These improvements can be heard with modest equipment but I''ve no doubt the real bonus would be listening to the SACD layer via the necessary equipment. This is something I''ve yet to do. Of course without obtaining the original session tapes and doing a total remix there are certain aspects of the original release are going to remain. Such a project might well solve the sound issues but could have lost out in other areas. So in my opinion the actual production has sensibly been left alone. So to recap. No bonus tracks, no rare photos, no DVD, no fancy sleeve, no signed presentation gold plated case (a gold plated disc though!) no MP3 download, no Hi Res download. But if you are looking for the very best sounding release out there then get your skates on. Because on this score Analog Spark has CERTAINLY delivered, it won''t be hanging around too long and is easily;y worth double the current £25 inc post asking price. And its probably the very best sounding physical format you''ll ever acquire. Get it now or lose out.
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Stephen Thom
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It''s an absolute classic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 1, 2018
What can you say about this iconic album? It isn''t a top selling album for no reason, up there with Michael Jackson''s Thriller and Pink Floyd''s Dark Side of the Moon this album is a deserved multi million seller. Full of classic songs that you can''t help singing along to,...See more
What can you say about this iconic album? It isn''t a top selling album for no reason, up there with Michael Jackson''s Thriller and Pink Floyd''s Dark Side of the Moon this album is a deserved multi million seller. Full of classic songs that you can''t help singing along to, even though you''ll struggle to keep up with Meatloaf at his best. Jim Steinways song writing is excellent, although many of the songs sound like they are from musical theatre and wouldn''t sound out of place on the Grease Soundtrack for instance. If I had to give one small criticism it is that the production is a bit "thin" and sometimes leaves you wanting a little more bass in the mix, but that''s just a sign of the times I believe. You probably already know what you''re getting replacing a vinyl record you maybe owned many years ago like me so I''m not going to preach to the converted. Turn on your stereo and enjoy
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Michael M.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The soundtrack to my early teens
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 17, 2021
Along with Thin Lizzy''s Live & Dangerous, the Sex Pistols Never Mind The Bollocks, Fleetwood Mac''s Rumours, and The Eagles Hotel California, Meatloaf''s Bat Out Of Hell formed the soundtrack to my formative years. I was drawn to it after seeing the band perform the title...See more
Along with Thin Lizzy''s Live & Dangerous, the Sex Pistols Never Mind The Bollocks, Fleetwood Mac''s Rumours, and The Eagles Hotel California, Meatloaf''s Bat Out Of Hell formed the soundtrack to my formative years. I was drawn to it after seeing the band perform the title track and Paradise By The Dashboard Light live on BBC2''S The Old Grey Whistle Test. I first borrowed it off a friend with a job, and could afford to buy records. There were a lot of raging hormones going around my circle of friends, so there was a queue to get hold of it. I made a tape copy of it and played it to death. I learned every word off by heart and can still sing along with it 43 years later. Interestingly, this is the first time I''ve owned this on vinyl. Ah, the memories...
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Farhan Haq
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Unhip, uncool and totally excellent.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 21, 2014
I like to think that when it comes to music I''m a pretty hip guy. I''m not into a specific style and can enjoy everything from Abba to Motorhead. Although it''s sold millions of copies steadily since it''s release in the 70s, there is definitely snobbery when it comes to...See more
I like to think that when it comes to music I''m a pretty hip guy. I''m not into a specific style and can enjoy everything from Abba to Motorhead. Although it''s sold millions of copies steadily since it''s release in the 70s, there is definitely snobbery when it comes to Meatloaf. Accusations of lowest common denominator rock as well as words like camp, poppy and theatrical are thrown at ''Bat Out Of Hell'', all intended as insult. I first bought this album around 1980 when I was discovering rock, I loved it at the time but somehow it got buried beneath newer releases until just a memory. Hearing a track on the radio recently brought the album back to mind so I bought the cd. As soon as I hit play the love I have for this album came flooding back. I literally knew 90% of the lyrics which I belted out with joy, harmonising with the big man. It really was a ''Wonder Years'' experience and by the end I felt happier than I have for a long time. Lana Del Ray is considered hip. I bought her last album and enjoy it from time to time, now I know it''s a bit odd to compare the 2 recordings but basically all I mean is that the considerably larger satisfaction gleaned from ''Bat Out Of Hell'' makes me happy to join the ranks of the ''uncool''. Give me Meatloaf anyday.
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Mr Mean
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
he handed me a cassette of Meatloafs Greatest Hits. A CASSETTE
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 5, 2017
My father was Military as was his father before him. So it should come as no surprise that i was brought on a musical diet of Meatloaf, Abba and Led Zepplin. A few weeks back my Dad decided that he should educate me musically, i''m 30 by the way. Anyways, he handed me a...See more
My father was Military as was his father before him. So it should come as no surprise that i was brought on a musical diet of Meatloaf, Abba and Led Zepplin. A few weeks back my Dad decided that he should educate me musically, i''m 30 by the way. Anyways, he handed me a cassette of Meatloafs Greatest Hits. A CASSETTE!! Now i remember using cassettes as a kid, but i really don''t remember where my tape deck is, probably lost in time with Beano comics, Tamagotchi and original Game Boy. Alas, i decided to help bring him into 21st century with a little lesson of my own. This was the perfect choice, well priced, arrived quickly, and served it''s purpose perfectly. My Dad''s old know, and in a wheel chair, which made frizbying this at the old git even easier. NO CHILD SHOULD HAVE TO LISTEN TO ABBA!!!
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