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|Meat Loaf||Primary Artist|
|Kasim Sulton||Bass, Vocals, Background Vocals|
|Jack Black||Background Vocals|
|Carmen Carter||Background Vocals|
|Kara DioGuardi||Background Vocals|
|Patti Russo||Vocals, Background Vocals|
|Marcus Blake||Background Vocals|
|Justin Hawkins||Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals|
|Georgia Haege||Background Vocals|
|Randy Flowers||Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals|
|Rick Brantley||Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals|
|Aly Michalka||Background Vocals|
|CC Coletti||Vocals, Background Vocals|
|James Michael||Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals|
|Jake Scherer||Background Vocals|
|Jon Bon Jovi||Composer|
|David Campbell||String Arrangements, Percussion Arrangement, Percussion Programming, String Conductor|
|Rob Cavallo||Composer, Producer|
|Marvin Lee Aday||Composer|
|P.R. Brown||Art Direction|
|Mike Fasano||Drum Technician|
|John Paul White||Composer|
|Joe Libretti||Drum Technician|
|Dan Chase||Programming, Engineer, Pro-Tools|
|Julie Bell||Cover Art|
|Kilian Kerwin||Story Writer|
Posted October 1, 2010
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While Hang Cool Teddy Bear is clearly no "Bat," it is rather enjoyable and dare I say...fun. Meat sounds like a true rocker in this album. While I do miss the signature stienman sound of this album, I must say Meat sounds like he is enjoying himself in this album. The songs are more mature, unlike the sea crazed teen in the bat albums. The signature song on here is a song written by Jon Bon Jovi called "Elvis In Vegas," which sounds as if meat actually wrote it. Meats Voice is obviously not what it used to be, but the passion and conviction that comes through make up for it. This is No Bat out of Hell, or for that matter some of his other non stienman albums that were excellent, but it is still a good one.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
Together Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman are a dynamite team. Unfortunately most of the material on this CD don't have Steinman's lyrics. Steinman's lyrics are only included on this one with previously released material.
When Steinman writes the lyrics the CD's are great! Who can argue with Bat Out of Hell or Bat Out of Hell 2 and Dead Ringer.
Dead Ringer is fantastic and needs a broader audience. Anybody familiar with Fleetwood Mac's Rumors hears lyrics that portray relationships going through tough times. Dead Ringer recounts relationships 100 times worse than Rumors.
Sorry for the rambling rant...
Here's my brief synopsis:
Bat Out of Hell
Bat Out of Hell 2
Anything else, steer clear of it and don't waste your money!
Posted September 1, 2010
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