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Blind Before I Stop
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
CD reissue of the 1986 album from the beloved Rock main course. If by now you don't know who Meat Loaf is, then you shouldn't be walkin' around! His Bat Out Of Hell album is one of the biggest selling albums of all time! O... more »
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CD reissue of the 1986 album from the beloved Rock main course. If by now you don't know who Meat Loaf is, then you shouldn't be walkin' around! His Bat Out Of Hell album is one of the biggest selling albums of all time! One of his albums that has been out of print for a long time is Blind Before I Stop featuring guest appearances by John Parr and Mel Collins. 11 tracks.
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Great 80's meat loaf
Deimos | Alberta | 05/03/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Meat Loaf still managed to make great album during the 80's. These albums were no where near as epic as the Bat albums but what else is? This is a very well done Meat album."
Little known gem
Gerald G. Grafstrom | Lake Alfred, FL | 01/01/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"As a long time Meat Loaf fan I was amazed and pleased to find a cassette of this in a bargain bin of an Atlanta record store in the late 80s. The price? a whopping $1! While I wouldn't call it his best album, it includes many of the songs found on the "Bad Attitude" album. Several are awesome, Rock 'n Roll Hero for one. For the true Meat Loaf fan this album is definitely an asset to their collection. (Even if you hvae to pay more than $1) :-)"
Not Meat's Best Work
Joseph H. Stewart | 05/31/2010
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Before I start let me say that I am a huge Meat Loaf fan. I really find it kind of painful to write a bad review. This album is what happens when an artist leaves the formula that has served him so well and goes to far in another direction. Meat Loaf sings loud, anthemic, bombastic and passionate songs. There is very little of that here. It sounds as if he succombed to the temptation to adopt an "80's" sound. This certainly works for some performers but Meat Loaf is NOT one of them. Now having said all this I don't wish to give the impression that the recording is a complete waste. I would have liked to have given this album 2.5 stars but that is not an option. There are a couple of highlights on this mostly mediocre effort. "Special Girl" is a catchy little ballad even if it does rely a little...or a lot...on the 1980's pop formula. Also, "Rock n Roll Hero" is the one song that does try to capture the true Meat Loaf sound and style. If you are a big Meat Loaf fan I do recomend that you have this album in your collection. If you are new to Meat Loaf's music let me recomend that you listen to "Bat Out of Hell" first."