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The long-awaited third record in the Bat Out of Hell trilogy, The Monster Is Loose, wears bombast, pretension, and pyrotechnics proudly on its album sleeve and across the bulging disc''s 14 tracks. More a pop orchestral mishmash than a well-defined rock opus, Bat III is dark, seemingly hopeless at times, and ber dramatic. Oddly enough, that''s also its saving grace. Meat Loaf and company create a great escape into the realm of grand theatricality, with a bunch of radio-friendly rock tunes that sound 20 years old, and several lyrically memorable AOR ballads to sustain it all the way to Broadway. With collaborator (and occasional defendant in Meat Loaf lawsuits) Jim Steinman, producers Desmond Child and Todd Rundgren, the Meat man consistently has the big sound booming and his despair and his rage on to the point that listeners may feel his pain a little too often. Bat III ain''t for sissies. Balanced by the powerful female voices of Marion Raven, Patti Russo, and Jennifer Hudson; along with guest musicians and songwriting help from Steve Vai, Marilyn Manson''s John 5, Motley Crue''s Nikki Sixx, Queen''s Brian May, and others; Meat Loaf''s Monster has roared the unlikely rock star back to life like a bat out of Baghdad. --Martin Keller

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1 The Monster Is Loose
2 Blind As a Bat
3 It''s All Coming Back To Me Now
4 Bad For Good
5 Cry Over Me
6 In The Land of the Pig, The Butcher Is King
7 Monstro
8 Alive
9 If God Could Talk
10 If It Ain''t Broke Break It
11 What About Love
12 Seize the Night
13 The Future Ain''t What It Used To Be
14 Cry To Heaven

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CoffeeLover
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Nothing''s better than good Meat Loaf
Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2021
I have been listening to a number of reaction videos on YouTube featuring Meat Loaf''s music. Brings back fond memories of my youth (yes I am that old). So I just had to get me some Meat Loaf. This CD is Bat out of Hell III (the rest are coming). Everything arrived safely,... See more
I have been listening to a number of reaction videos on YouTube featuring Meat Loaf''s music. Brings back fond memories of my youth (yes I am that old). So I just had to get me some Meat Loaf. This CD is Bat out of Hell III (the rest are coming). Everything arrived safely, the CD and case are in great condition and I am very pleased with this purchase. Now I can sit back and enjoy a rollicking trip to the past.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A must for your Bat Out of Hell collection
Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2014
Any Meatloaf and Jim Steinman fan should have this to complete their Bat Out of Hell trilogy. The CD is a mix of mostly new material with a few recycled songs from previous Jim Steinman albums. Fans will recognize "Bad For Good" from Steinman''s debut... See more
Any Meatloaf and Jim Steinman fan should have this to complete their Bat Out of Hell trilogy.

The CD is a mix of mostly new material with a few recycled songs from previous Jim Steinman albums. Fans will recognize "Bad For Good" from Steinman''s debut album from the same name. Die hard Steinman fans will know "The Future Ain''t What It Used To Be" and "It''s All Coming Back To Me Now" from the album; Pandora''s Box -- a Steinman creation from the 80''s. The original "It''s All Coming Back..." is still the best version, at least in my opinion. Although, I do prefer Meatloaf''s duet version on Bat III over Celene Dion''s remake.

I don''t think Bat III is as good as the the second release, and certainly not as good as the original. But Meatloaf fans will still like hearing him belt out a good song.
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Cosmic Fyre🌙🌙
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The magical Meat Man, (well, you come up with something.)
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2010
You can not lable this man, nore would I insult him by doing so. He''s incredible, his vocals, and range, were, are remarkable. From Rock opera, to unchained blues, this mythical myradd, of emotional currents, connections, to forces untamed. It is a pleasure to hear him sing... See more
You can not lable this man, nore would I insult him by doing so. He''s incredible, his vocals, and range, were, are remarkable. From Rock opera, to unchained blues, this mythical myradd, of emotional currents, connections, to forces untamed. It is a pleasure to hear him sing like the reving up of a melodious,dark angel.

& no matter who is fortunet enough to duet with him, he''s never out of character, and he feels through his songs, and you are right in the stories that are weaved sweet, decadant, campy, to sincere, Meat Loaf is a true showman, and I disavow anything more then that.

Just, the album in it''s self is fine, but decrepencies have show''n it to have been produced in sections, and not as a complete album, for the last Bat Out Of Hell rock opera. So don''t be fooled. Also the dates give away the time that the songs were finally added to the albums final collage.

Like I said, good album, some really fun songs, very Bat Out Of Hell like, but not like.

1. The monster is loose 2006 - words & music: By Desmond Child, Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue, & John 5
2. Blind as a bat 2006 - words & music James Micheal, & Desmond Child
3. It''s all coming back to me now 1993 - Duet with Marion Raven - words, & music by Jim Steinman
4. Bad for Good 1979 - words & music by Jim Steinman, Guitar solo Brian May of Queen
5. Cry over me 2006 - words & music Diane Warren
6. In the land of the pig, The Butcher is King [No know''n date] words & music by Jim Steinman Guitar solo Stevie Vai
7. Monstro 2006 - music by Desmond Child & Holly Knight, Lyrics Elena casals
8. Alive 2006 - words & music by Desmond Child, James Micheal, Andrea Remanda & Holly Knight
9. If God could talk 2006 - words & music by Desmond Child & Marti Frederiksen
10. If it aint broke break it [No know''n date] words & music by Jim Steinman
11. What About love 2oo6 - featuring Meats singing sensation Patti Russo words & music by Desmond Child, Marti Frederiksen, Russ Irwin, & John Gregory
12. Seize the night [No know''n date] words & music by Jim Steinman
13. The Future aint what it used to be 1998 - Featuring from American Idol fame Jennifer Hudson - words & music by Jim Steinman
* Epilogue *
14. Cry to Heaven [No known date] - words & music by Jim Steinman

The Album also has a Dedication given to Meats writing partner of 30 years in & out of Hell...
Which is what this album is all about, even though, some of the songs listed, are not all Composed, & writen by Jim himself.

If you like this album seek out more of Meat Loafs Escapades in & out of Hell, and enjoy his unique voice, rocking tunes, & never ending talent. & Quite a mischeifous sense of humour. See Meat Loaf live dvd from Down under. Alot goes on in that one.
& for an extra treat look up Meat Loaf (everything) Live on Dvd cause like I said the man is a true showman, & what a show, man... Hee Hee!! Lo- BB
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Sharon Leigh Horney
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bat Out Of Hell III
Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2006
This is what makes this man so special, he doesn''t just add his voice to the words and music, he throws hisself into it full force. The depth of emotional content is drawn from inside of him and he wraps it around him and draws from that energy as it pours out.... See more
This is what makes this man so special, he doesn''t just add his voice to the words and music, he throws hisself into it full force. The depth of emotional content is drawn from inside of him and he wraps it around him and draws from that energy as it pours out.

It makes you wonder how he transitions back into every day life after walking out of the studio after having done this for hours. The emotional strain must be tremendous. But in the end it''s worth it when he gets it where he wants it...

It''s not just the power you can feel reverberating from the music and his voice both at the same time, but the feeling poured into the words like he reached inside his very soul and pulled it out somehow to share with us all.

There''s a mix on this album that will blow you away. From the hard rocking songs to the gut wrenching ballads, Meat Loaf exemplifies Rock opera and puts it across in a way I have never seen anyone else do before. Now that I have played these songs back to back to back to back I need to get back into the real world and get my work done... LOL... But you can be sure I won''t be able to shake him off so easy. He stays with you after you turn the cd player of whatever type off....

Buy it, feel it, love it.... He''s a one of a kind to be sure.
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Photofrog
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worth it
Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2021
I will admit, I ordered this CD simply to have one song that is near impossible to find on its own. The CD arrived clean, it was packaged well and I can now listen to my song happily.
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Christopher M. Fulton
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Different, yet the same
Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2009
When it comes to the Bat Out of Hell series, they are a little different. By different, I mean they are not what most people would consider really mainstream. Whether because of, or despite, the lack of Steinman, this is still a great BooH entry. It is so different from... See more
When it comes to the Bat Out of Hell series, they are a little different. By different, I mean they are not what most people would consider really mainstream. Whether because of, or despite, the lack of Steinman, this is still a great BooH entry. It is so different from the other two yet has that epic and operatic feel one expects from this series of albums. You can tell from note one it is a bat album, but you listen to it and marvel at how much different it sounds and still keeps the feel of the others. It is a bit harder than the others (well, the other two had their spots) overall, but it works for me. I am, however, more into the hard rock style of music so maybe it just sits better with me. It keeps me wishing the album won''t ever end.
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Smallchief
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Revolting! Excessive! Bombastic!
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2006
Yup, Mr. Loaf is back with a third installment of "Bat out of Hell." At first listen you think, "Oh, no. This is too much. Too tense, too loud, too emotional." The subtlety -- how can that word be applied to Meat Loaf? --and the melodies only come through with a little... See more
Yup, Mr. Loaf is back with a third installment of "Bat out of Hell." At first listen you think, "Oh, no. This is too much. Too tense, too loud, too emotional." The subtlety -- how can that word be applied to Meat Loaf? --and the melodies only come through with a little familiarity.

This guy can sing. His tenor may not be quite as tenor-y as it was 30 years ago when BOOH I became an all-time best seller. but he can stay on pitch in a full throated howl with a background of massed voices, insane keyboards, and raging guitar chords. You get the idea?

My favorite songs are at the end of the CD. "The Future Ain''t What It Used to Be" is vintage Meat Loaf, cynical, dark, long, and endlessly repetitive. Jennifer Hudson does a fine job of playing point-counterpoint with Loaf on vocals. "Cry to Heaven" is the opposite: brief, lovely, almost tender.

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Kevin Dudley
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Much better than I was expecting.
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2006
I''ll be completely up front and say that I was expecting a complete tee total disaster with this album. Being a huge fan of the 1st two Bat Out of Hell albums, I was especially worried back when I found out that genius songwriter Jim Steinman wasn''t going to be... See more
I''ll be completely up front and say that I was expecting a complete tee total disaster with this album.

Being a huge fan of the 1st two Bat Out of Hell albums, I was especially worried back when I found out that genius songwriter Jim Steinman wasn''t going to be involved at all in the production/arranging of this album like he had been on Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell (which is my personal favorite of the 3). Of course, everyone knows that Steinman also wrote all of the tracks on the 1st two Bat albums all by himself anyway with genius Todd Rundgren producing the 1st release..

Sure, 7 of his tracks were going to be covered the Meat Loaf on this release but the rest were going to be written/co-written by producer Desmond Child who is known more for being the type of producer who just resurrects aging artists'' careers.

But lo and hehold, when I wound up picking up the 3rd Bat CD and it turned out to actually be a really strong album.

Is it as good as the 1st 2? The answer is a simple no. Without Steinman''s guiding hand, the album just lacks that theatrical thread that permeates the previous 2 Bat albums.

But viewed simply as a collection of songs, the album succeeds in really strong fashion. It is easily much stronger than Meat Loaf''s 2003 release "Couldn''t have said it Better" and 1995''s "Welcome to the Neighborhood."

As to be expected, the album''s strongest points are the 7 Steinman penned tracks (4 of which have already been recorded by other artists). But the big surprise is how well the Desmond Child penned tracks blend in and stand up almost as strong.

The album''s biggest weak point is the title track "The Monster is Loose". Co-written by Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx and ex-Marilyn Manson guitarist John 5, this track finds Meat Loaf doing his best to sing over a pretty bad nu-metal sounding track.

But once you get past that, things start really looking up. In fact, the 2nd track "Blind as a Bat" by Desmond Child is one of the best things that Meat Loaf has done.

In fact, he has probably never sounded better than he does on this album. There''s a couple of tracks that don''t quite work as well as they should, and he also has 3 duets with female vocalists on this release as well instead of just one like on the previous Bat albums. They could have maybe pared the duets down on this a bit. Also, some of the songs lack a bit of the overwrought orchestrations that Steinman gave to the 2nd Bat album. Desmond Child does his best though and the album does have one of the best sounding mixes around.

But overall, this CD is a really good listen and a must have for fans of Meat Loaf. It does stand up well to the 1st two Bat albums and musically sounds right at home with those 2 other classic releases.

Now let''s see if Meat and Jim can reconcile their differences and do a 4th Bat album with Jim at the helm!
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Mandy C
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I love this album!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 5, 2020
I bought this album specifically as I was after the missing tracks for The Bat Out of Hell Musical (which is brilliant by the way!). I figured I would just add to my Meatloaf collection. I was not disappointed after a couple of listens I Love This Album. It’s not Bat Out of...See more
I bought this album specifically as I was after the missing tracks for The Bat Out of Hell Musical (which is brilliant by the way!). I figured I would just add to my Meatloaf collection. I was not disappointed after a couple of listens I Love This Album. It’s not Bat Out of Hell, it’s not Bat Out of Hell 2, it is it’s own album with its own sound. Some tracks remind me of Disturbed and Judas Priest. Yeah some of the lyrics are corny, but if you want lyrical masterpieces then you probably wouldn’t be looking at this album in the first place!! Big thumbs up from me x
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Howard Atkins [H]
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Better than expected, I held back from getting this atcthevtime..Glad I have it now.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 5, 2020
I never expected this to in any way equal the original bursting out of Hell from 1977, but it''s pretty damn good nonetheless. Bat II didn''t quite do it , so this was never going to, having been recorded in less than ideal conditions, due to the ill health of Jim Steinman at...See more
I never expected this to in any way equal the original bursting out of Hell from 1977, but it''s pretty damn good nonetheless. Bat II didn''t quite do it , so this was never going to, having been recorded in less than ideal conditions, due to the ill health of Jim Steinman at the time. The singing is XLNT,well done Meat! And fair play to Desmond Child for the production and David Campbell''s orchestral arrangements. A well deserved and creditable Four plus stars,had to be rounded down as there are no half stars .
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Dan Thompson
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Bat 3 manages to take flight but only just from its own weight.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 24, 2012
The biggest problem that Meat Loaf has had in his musical career is that no matter what he does or album he release''s it will always be compared to his massive 1977 album Bat Out Of Hell, and here in lies the problem with Bat Out Of Hell 3. How can any album live up to the...See more
The biggest problem that Meat Loaf has had in his musical career is that no matter what he does or album he release''s it will always be compared to his massive 1977 album Bat Out Of Hell, and here in lies the problem with Bat Out Of Hell 3. How can any album live up to the sucess of an album like Bat 1 let alone the career redefining Bat 2 without its main staple throughout one Mr Jim Steinman, in simple words it can''t. What we are presented with is a cracking rock album that has some great hard rock even metal sounding songs like the opening track "The Monsters Loose" which has Meat loaf ripping up the place for a solid seven minutes, to more tender ballads "cry over me" and "if god could talk". This album feels like its got something to prove and that its worthy of the Bat Out of Hell title that was bestowed upon it, and it has, the previous 2 bat albums were all products of their time and of Jim Steinman, it is certainly noticable that he was missing from the making of the album, instead we get seven songs 4 of which have already been recorded else where and another three that he''d never gotten past the demo stage. Now Meat himself has said that Jim needed 6 months to have recovered from a stroke and that he just couldn''t wait for him and needed to get the album recorded and released to cash in on halloween 2006, now in my personal opinion if Meat had of waited for steinman it is quiet possible that he could have had maybe one of the best albums of his career, cause all the potenital was there, Meat Loaf sounding better than he ever has and can be heard on this recordbut there wasnt the gell to make it all happen. Instead we have an album that isnt quiet sure what it wants to be and its only when you hear the Steinman songs on the record that you get a glimmer of what this album could have been in the right hands, dont get mem wrong Desmond Child does a decent job of producing and writting some of the songs here but he doesn''t have that spark with meat loaf that is missing from this album. Overall this is Meat Loaf trying many different styles here to please the record company, this is a great album with some stand out tracks like "alive" and "in the land of the pigs" but its not a renagade like the first 2 bat albums which is why it was over shadowed upon its release and didn''t achive the same sort of sucess as its predesessors.
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Mr. Ashley Briscoe
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a couple of listens benefits the album greatly - Bat 1 is probably still my favourite - for many reasons and no ''i''d do anything
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 4, 2016
There''s a lot to be said for trilogies; which usually always have the same key elements and people - just listening to the CD now, it does appear to be missing the key single/singles that stand out on Bat 1 or 2. That said the trademark sound is there and as other reviewers...See more
There''s a lot to be said for trilogies; which usually always have the same key elements and people - just listening to the CD now, it does appear to be missing the key single/singles that stand out on Bat 1 or 2. That said the trademark sound is there and as other reviewers have said, a couple of listens benefits the album greatly - Bat 1 is probably still my favourite - for many reasons and no ''i''d do anything for love to speak of but consistently good
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mr stephen marpole
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Bat of hell 3
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 4, 2021
If your a meat loaf fan you’ll like it and must buy it.some of the songs are on other albums eg ”bad for good” but their are some new good song.I’ve but a fan for years.now that I’m a little older,I think some of the lyrics are bit cheesy.wtf.cringe worthy.Jim what were you...See more
If your a meat loaf fan you’ll like it and must buy it.some of the songs are on other albums eg ”bad for good” but their are some new good song.I’ve but a fan for years.now that I’m a little older,I think some of the lyrics are bit cheesy.wtf.cringe worthy.Jim what were you thinking of (rip).I will always be a fan.buy it.
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