Hell In A Handbasket  - Meat Loaf

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Meat Loaf - Hell In A Handbasket Music comes no bigger than Meat Loaf.  After more than 35 years and some of the biggest albums of all time, the man born Marvin Lee Aday, has been a larger than life presence in music with his unique songs and stellar collaborations.  BAT OUT OF HELL is still the number one selling international album in Australia. And now, Meat Loaf does it all again with the release of his new album Hell In A Handbasket.
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Music comes no bigger than Meat Loaf.  After more than 35 years and some of the biggest albums of all time, the man born Marvin Lee Aday, has been a larger than life presence in music with his unique songs and stellar collaborations.  BAT OUT OF HELL is still the number one selling international album in Australia. And now, Meat Loaf does it all again with the release of his new album Hell In A Handbasket. Like most Meat Loaf albums, Hell In A Handbasket is a BIG album with every song delivering a message that alludes to the theme of the album.  Meat Loaf describes it as "the most personal record I've ever made. It's about how I feel the world's gone to hell in a handbasket. It's really the first record that I've ever put out about how I feel about life and how I feel about what's going on at the moment." Produced by Paul Crook with input from Rob Cavallo, Hell In  A Handbasket once again features some interesting collaborations and special guests.  Long time duet partner Patti Russo again features on a Meat Loaf album, this time on a song called ‘Our Love And Our Souls’.  Public Enemy’s Chuck D contributes an original rap mixed into a cover of Tom Cochran’s  ‘Mad Mad World’.  Entitled ‘Good God’s a Woman And She Don’t Like Ugly’, its every bit as interesting as the titles alludes to. “Chuck D is the rapper’s rapper.  He is the original and every rapper that has come after him, wants to be like him.  For us to have him on this record is a major coup and i am so impressed with what he wrote!” Meat Loaf said. Lil Jon, another well known rap artist who appeared in Celebrity Apprentice alongside Meat Loaf, appears on ‘Stand In the Storm’. It also features a Meat Loaf version of The Mamas And The Papas classic ‘California Dreaming’.

Track Listing

Disc 1:

  1. All Of Me
  2. Fall From Grace
  3. The Giving Tree
  4. Mad Mad World / Good God Is A Woman And She Don't
  5. Party Of One
  6. Live Or Die
  7. California Dreamin'
  8. Another Day
  9. 40 Days
  10. Our Love And Our Souls
  11. Stand In The Storm
  12. Blue Sky
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meatloaf back and better than ever

big al on 07.10.2011

Don't get turned off by meatloaf's poor performance at the AFL final because this is one very good album. It features a change of musical direction for the artist but one i feel his army of fans will still enjoy. I purchased it with some trepidation on the back of the AFL gig but it only took one listen to grab me. If you are a Meat fan then you must add this to your collection.

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Hell is a place I wanna be if its anything like this album :)

Melon on 19.10.2011

Well, I've had some time to listen & listen some more, this world has truly gone to Hell in a Handbasket, Meat is soooo right here! This album's vocals are recorded live, meaning NO voice enhancement software! (Whatever its called) What you are hearing is all Meat, and it's fantastic. I find myself singing to EVERY track, often I'll have the odd track on a CD that I will skip, well, not this one! This album is Meat's most personal yet, the only one that he actually lets his own visions, opinions & thoughts find the surface. This is a mature album for the real world that I think alot of people can relate to, from All of Me, to Fall From Grace & Our Love & Our Souls, the duet with Patti Russo. Live or Die & The Giving Tree are other stand outs for me, with an honourable mention going to Another Day, an absolutely beautiful track (And I don't use the "B" word lightly)

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