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Meat Loaf: Hits Out of Hell (1991)

Though Hits out of Hell shares the title of Meat Loaf's 1984 greatest hits album, the tracklisting is not quite the same: curiously, the DVD omits "Dead Ringer for Love", "Midnight at the Lost and Found" and "All Revved Up with No Place to Go", but includes, perhaps by way of compensation, "More Than You Deserve" and "If You Really Want To". Such considerations are, of course, of only superficial importance: once producer and songwriter Jim Steinman had patented the Meat Loaf template on 1977's 30-million-selling Bat Out of Hell--an engagingly preposterous synthesis of Springsteen's Born to Run, Spector's Be My Baby, Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries",. On the DVD: This DVD offers a choice of Dolby Surround Sound or PCM Stereo, and has a refreshingly simple and easy to navigate menu offering instant access to different tracks. The special features are desultory in the extreme: a brief biography of the Meat Loaf phenomenon and a discography.

The movie Meat Loaf: Hits Out of Hell, released in 1991, features 9 songs from artists like Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express and Meat Loaf with Ellen Foley & The Neverland Express. What is your favorite song from Meat Loaf: Hits Out of Hell?

 

Songs from Meat Loaf: Hits Out of Hell

Bat Out Of Hell
Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
Read 'Em And Weep
Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
Razor's Edge
Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
More Than You Deserve
Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
I'm Gonna Love Her For Both Of Us
Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
If You Really Want To
Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
Paradise By The Dashboard Light
Meat Loaf with Ellen Foley & The Neverland Express

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