Meat Loaf's 'Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell' & 'Welcome to the Neighborhood' reissued on 2LP vinyl

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MEAT LOAF’S ‘BAT OUT OF HELL II: BACK INTO HELL’ + ‘WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD’ MAKE U.S. VINYL DEBUTS WITH

WORLDWIDE RELEASE OF NEW 2LP VINYL EDITIONS ON FEBRUARY 8

 

 

 

Los Angeles - January 4, 2019 – Meat Loaf’s quintuple platinum-certified 1993 album, Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell, and his platinum-certified 1995 album, Welcome to the Neighborhood, will make their U.S. vinyl debuts with new 2LP vinyl editions to be released worldwide on February 8 by Geffen/UMe. In the U.K., both albums are making their first return to vinyl since their original release.

 

Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell is available now for preorder on black and limited edition translucent blue 2LP vinyl:  https://UMe.lnk.to/BOOH2PR

 

Welcome to the Neighborhood is available now for preorder on limited edition black 2LP vinyl:  https://UMe.lnk.to/WTTNPR

 

Released 25 years ago after studio sessions spanning two years, Meat Loaf’s sixth studio album, Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell was the highly anticipated sequel to one of the bestselling albums of all time: his blockbuster 1977 debut, Bat Out of Hell. Revisiting the themes of its 14-times platinum-certified predecessor, Bat Out of Hell II returned Meat Loaf to the top of several charts around the world, fueled by its GRAMMY-winning international smash single, “I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That),” which hit No. 1 in 28 countries.

 

Meat Loaf’s first two Bat Out of Hell albums were written and produced by the GRAMMY-winning songwriter and producer Jim Steinman. Meat Loaf recorded Bat Out of Hell II from 1991 to 1993 at Ocean Way Recording in LA and at Power Station in New York. The album features many of the same musicians from the first Bat Out of Hell album, including Roy Bittan on keyboards and piano, as well as Todd Rundgren, Ellen Foley, Rory Dodd, and Kasim Sulton returning for background vocals.

 

Meat Loaf’s seventh studio album, 1995’s Welcome to the Neighborhood, is a concept album, weaving a narrative about a relationship over time. With three singles -- "I'd Lie for You (And That's the Truth)" (a duet with Patti Russo), "Not a Dry Eye in the House," and "Runnin' for the Red Light (I Gotta Life)" -- the album achieved platinum sales certification in the U.S. and U.K.

 

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Meat Loaf:  Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell [2LP]

Side A

1.  I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)

2.  Life Is A Lemon and I Want My Money Back

Side B

1.  Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through

2.  It Just Won't Quit

3.  Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire)

Side C

1.  Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are

2.  Wasted Youth

3.  Everything Louder Than Everything Else

Side D

1.  Good Girls Go To Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere)

2.  Back Into Hell

3.  Lost Boys And Golden Girls

 

Meat Loaf:  Welcome to the Neighborhood [2LP]

Side A

1.  Where The Rubber Meets The Road

2.  I'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth)

3.  Original Sin

Side B

1.  45 Seconds Of Ecstasy

2.  Runnin’ For The Red Light (I Gotta Life)

3.  Fiesta De Las Almas Perdidas

4.  Left In The Dark

Side C

1.  Not A Dry Eye In The House

2.  Amnesty Is Granted

Side D

1.  If This Is The Last Kiss (Let's Make It Last All Night)

2.  Martha

3.  Where Angels Sing