Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose

Studio Album by released in 2006
Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose's tracklist:
The Monster Is Loose
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Blind As A Bat
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It's All Coming Back To Me Now (Ft. Marion Raven)
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Cry Over Me
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In The Land Of The Pigs (The Butcher Is King)
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Monstro
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Alive
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If God Could Talk
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If It Ain't Broke (Break It)
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What About Love
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Seize The Night
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The Future Just Aint What It Used To Be
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Cry To Heaven
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Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose review

The Continuation of the Saga

Meat Loaf’s Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose is the highly anticipated third album of the enormously successful music series under the same title. The first album of the series, Bat Out of Hell, was released in 1977 and became the third best-selling album of all times, with the total sales of 30 million copies. 1993 witnessed the release of the second album in this series: Bat Out of Hell II, more than 15 million copies of which were sold worldwide. The album featured the famous I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That), which was awarded a Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Performance. Featuring such newly-written hits as Blind as a Bat and The Monster is Loose, Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose continues the Meat Loaf saga extending it into an epic trilogy, and making it a classic among classics. It took Meat Loaf almost fourteen years to make Bat Out Of Hell III, it has been a great work and now we are given a proof once again that the musician still maintains his unique quality and standard. The long-time collaborator Jim Steinman wrote seven tracks on the album, contributing to the exclusiveness of the creation.

In the True Tradition of All Bat Albums

Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose presents fourteen high-quality hard rock compositions, featuring legendary Queen’s guitarist Brian May on a rework of Steinman's song Bad For Good. The album is really an amazing one, in the true tradition of all Bat albums, with an even more dynamic approach. The Jim Steinman-penned It's All Coming Back to Me Now is a powerful and passionate duet with international star Marion Raven. The album also includes songs by Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue and John 5 from Marilyn Manson. An amazing gothic thriller In the Land of the Pigs features Steve Vai, who creates a mystical and deep sound. The Monster is Loose is one of the most powerful tracks of the album: it is a real hard rock performed in a stunning way, creating an inimitable atmosphere of something beyond reality. Another stunning composition of the album is Monstro, with its great guitar passages, accompanied by powerful organ chords. Alive starts with optimistic piano motives to reach full swing towards the end together with rich guitar, strings and chorus back-vocals. The true ballad of the installation, the compositionWhat About Love, with its moving guitar theme and passionate vocals that any ballad is supposed to have, is performed in a truly romantic way.

Real Quality and Classic Hard Rock Performance

With their fabulous sound, excellent vocals and unique arrangement, the Meat Loaf’s crew is for sure one of the most firmly established hard rock crews of the modern world. They have millions of admirers all over the world, and their number is only getting bigger. Considering the success of the previous two albums, this one is sure to raise Meat Loaf higher in his fame, bringing joy to his old fans and gaining some new. The album presents a creation that has enough reasons to be called the modern classics, though it has just been released. And it is very likely that in the future we will hear of the fourth installation, continuing this hard rock saga. Meatloaf is not willing to give up the brand Bat Out of Hell, which, three decades after its creation, still works well, symbolizing real quality and classic hard rock performance. Needless to say that such music work, unique in its way, will be a nice addition to the collection of any music admirer. Even if you don’t get too much excited about hard rock, this album will change your perception of this musical genre.