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Artist: Meat Loaf

Title: Couldn't Have Said It Better

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Category: Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Polydor Records (Germany)

Catalog Number: 076 118-2


Meat Loaf lead vocals
Kenny Aronoff drums
Kasim Sulton bass, backing vocals
Tim Pierce guitars
Aaron Zigman piano
Mark Alexander piano, B3 organ
Patti Russo lead vocals
Michael Thompson guitars
Tom Brislinpiano, B3 organ
Peter Mokran synthesizers, drum programming
Luis Conte percussion
Pearl Aday lead vocals
John Miceli drums


Disc 1
1.  Couldn't Have Said It Better  7:07
2.  Did I Say That  6:02
3.  Why Isn't That Enough  4:07
4.  Love You Out Loud  4:10
5.  Man of Steel  6:16
6.  Testify  4:57
7.  Tear Me Down  3:38
8.  You're Right, I Was Wrong  3:44
9.  Because of You  3:56
10.  Do It!  2:38
11.  Forever Young  10:50
Total Running Time:  57:25

Disc 2
12.  I Would Do Anything for Love video from Storytellers DVD  
13.  A Kiss Is a Terrible Thing to Waste video from Storytellers DVD  
14.  Did I Say That video  
15.  Two Out of Three Ain't Bad live from Storytellers CD  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Axelinger Date: June 13, 2003 at 14:33
Even the lure of nostalgia regarding my long-lost youth circa 1978 wouldn't be enough to give this a curiosity listen; "Please do the right thing and retire" -- there, I "Couldn't Have Said It Better"...

From: RSG Date: March 21, 2004 at 2:06
I think this is an amazing record, it has o many songs full of a voice that never quits, and music that is to die for! This is one wicked record, every track is a stand out except for number 8, but that's just my opinion. If you like Meat Loaf, if you don't like Meat Loaf, buy this record, cause it has a great sound! The most common least liked track is Do It! But only cause its different, so what, its still great. The solo is amazing, and I cry, because I think this is the last piece of Meat's.

From: michael,belfast Date: May 17, 2004 at 18:14
this one is pretty good but misses the steinman touch, the writers are trying to be jim. let the disc run after forever young and a live song -mercury blues kicks in. it really is a nice bonus. song 1, then testify are very good, but the album lacks that x factor. bad attitude and blind before i stop even eclipse this album.

From: ROBERT Date: June 22, 2006 at 10:18
Ya han sacado el BAT OUT OF HELL III - THE MONSTER IS LOOSE, ¿Verdad?

From: juan carlos Date: January 9, 2009 at 23:27
Yep, Great record made by Meat Loaf, you can hate him or love him, i like his style. Michael Thompson Here!? Nice surprise! Tim Pierce, Kevin Aronoff.. So you have a quality-Guaranteed album. "Couldn't Have Said It Better" is great, "Forever Young" "Did I Say That" and "because of You" are my Faves, the ballads are beautiful as just Meat Loaf knows how to do it. btw "Do It" is a total filler. 8.5/10

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