Meatloaf - The Monster is Loose

Do you remember Meatloaf with his epic song, "I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)"? The song was great but it had to be shortened for Radio but you can get the full 9 minutes and more on the album. There was also an unforgettable beauty and the beast themed video, that amazed everyone. Meatloaf is known for Operatic songs and the Video was like a mini movie.

Meatloaf released 2 Albums from the Bat out of Hell Series, the first one being:

Bat out of hell

Bat out of Hell

Bat out of Hell II: Back into Hell
Bat out of Hell II: Back into Hell

Meatloaf is now working on a third album:

Bat out of Hell III: The Monster is loose

Bat out of Hell III: The Monster is loose.

I love the album covers. Coincidentally, the title track, "The Monster is loose", got leaked out on the Internet, and now the monster is really loose.

You can find "the monster is loose" track here, it is also on myspace and Meatloaf's site but I could not find it.

From Meatloaf's Web site,

Bat Out of Hell III is Meat Loaf’s long-awaited next installement to the most successful rock music series of all time, with the two previous albums selling a total of 45 million around the world! Bat Out of Hell, released in 1977 and produced by Todd Rundgren, is the third best-selling album of all time, with 30 million copies sold worldwide, featuring such Meat Loaf/Jim Steinman standards as “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad,” “You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth” and the show-stopping “Paradise by the Dashboard Lights.”

The Steinman-produced Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell, which came out in 1993, sold more than 15 million, with the classic “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That),” earning Meat Loaf a Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Performance.

Bat Out of Hell III continues the epic saga in grand fashion, with contributions once again from Steinman and Rundgren, and produced by hitmaker Desmond Child. Bat Out of Hell III promises to mark the triumphant return of the Bat Out of Hell franchise, completing this legendary trilogy!"


  1. the album covers definately rock-im not very fond of the song, it appears steinman had the magic touch, without him, it all falls apart

  2. The covers are sooo cool. I've got a big poster hanging over my bed, with the cover for Bat out of Hell. And 'The Monster is Loose" is just amazing.


  3. my god that is the worst meat song ever. I own every album and I mean em all. There might be a song on Midnight at the lost and found that is worse but g-d Meat how dare yah do a bat albumn that is not all steinman. You owe me 99 cents for that joke monster is loose song.

    That song was actualy painfull to listen to. I tried it three times. Sorry I need a new favorite artist. Are you actualy putting songs Steinman wrote in the 80's on this album. What a fkng joke. Way to sue Steinman --