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Artist: Meat Loaf

Title: Bat Out of Hell II (Back Into Hell)

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Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell II (Back Into Hell) Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: MCA Records

Catalog Number: MCAD-10699


Meat Loaf lead vocals
Roy Bittan piano
Kenny Aronoff drums
Tim Pierce guitars
Eddie Martinez guitars
Steve Buslowe bass
Jeff Bova synthesizers and programming
Todd Rundgren backing vocals
Kasim Sulton backing vocals
Matthew Nelson backing vocals
Gunnar Nelson backing vocals
Jim Steinman producer, backing vocals
Lenny Pickett saxophones
Pat Thrall guitars
Rick Marotta drums
Ellen Foley backing vocals
Bill Payne piano
Jimmy Bralower drums


1.  I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't do That)  12:00
2.  Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back  8:00
3.  Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through  5:50
4.  It Just Won't Quit  7:21
5.  Out of the Frying Pan (and Into the Fire)  7:24
6.  Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are  10:15
7.  Wasted Youth  2:41
8.  Everything Louder Than Everything Else  7:59
9.  Good Girls Go to Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere)  6:53
10.  Back Into Hell  2:46
11.  Lost Boys and Golden Girls  4:29
Total Running Time:  75:38

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: January 3, 2002 at 21:43
No one was more surprised than me when this lard-ass made a return to the top of the charts. And even though you put your coolness at great personal risk by declaring a secret love for Meatloaf, he's got some great songs that have strong AOR under-pinnings. You know what I'm talking about.. stop hiding your true feelings. You like this big, fat, sweaty man... fess up!

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: July 29, 2002 at 19:13
If it is LAW to own Bat Out Of Hell, then this album is like having to pay property tax!........... YES......... I have this one as well.

From: Stacey Date: August 31, 2002 at 8:11
This was my first meatloaf album that i heard mt dad listen to (i'm 13), and i've loved it ever since. Its a must have of the meatloaf collection

From: robert Date: October 23, 2002 at 10:27
No esta mal, pero este tio a mi nunca me ha convencido. lo vi en directo y no me gusto mucho. supongo q sera cuestion de gustos como todo

From: Axelinger Date: October 30, 2002 at 2:28
P-U!!! That idiotic single, I Would Do Anything To Resurrect My Career (But I Won't Use Tact) is one of the most irritating clumps of crappola ever foisted upon the public... He had one fluke album back when Moses was still soiling his diapers, then his fans moved on and no new ones took their place... Fast forward more than a decade and he finds the rent check is due, so he decides to put this slop together... If this album were a car, it would be a Turd Coupe...

From: purrfect-kat Date: October 21, 2003 at 15:57
Meat Loaf is one of Kings of True Classic Rock . . He has made some Fantastic songs over the years and if people don't like him then they should just fuck off and die . . . . Leave the Meat alone!!

From: pablo Date: December 5, 2003 at 13:27
Obra maesta del Rock con mayusculas ,lead vocals fantasticos,coros apoteosicos ,pianos a lo journey ,guitarras fabulosas ..un clasicazo ,el tema " I´d do anything for love(But I won´t do that) es una maravilla ,100/100

From: Jordi Date: January 12, 2004 at 4:43
Me quedo con Rock & Roll Dreams come Through. Increíble viaje. TEMAZO! y no aburre! que este tio se pega canciones de hora y media!

From: Steve McConnell Date: January 22, 2004 at 13:08
This is pretensious and excessive. Love it, have pretty much worn out the CD. Steinman creates another rock opera. Rundgren's vocal arrangements are gorgeous.

From: SPIKE Date: April 15, 2004 at 6:31

From: very'umble guy Date: July 13, 2004 at 21:41
Mr Loaf was better when he was fat. Now he's just another arrogant has been who likes to listen to himself talk. At least back in the 70's, he could still smoke.

From: Date: February 11, 2005 at 16:27
The best Meat Loaf album - PERIOD!

From: shoemaker Date: May 9, 2011 at 11:15
Great album, big theatre!

From: Kralli Date: May 11, 2012 at 12:17
Out of the Frying Pan (and Into the Fire) May be one of the most complete and greatest songs ever.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 3, 2018 at 23:01
An interesting release by the big "Meat"and,as usually,packed with very defined orchestration songs...# 1(hit single mid tempo killer ballad),2,3(originally recorded by Jim Steiman,Loaf's mentor),8 & 9 are the ones for me...enjobable stuff...85/100. :-)

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