Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back
in 1977 an album called Bat Out of Hell
catapulted a rock 'n' roll dynamo known as Meatloaf from obscurity to overnight success. Rejected by every major record label, Meat knew that the raw emotional power of the music he and his partner Jim Steinman had created would hit where it counted -- with the fans -- and the amazing public response proved them right.
But the personal demons that powered his meteoric rise almost destroyed him until, over a decade later, he roared back to fame with one of the biggest selling rock albums of all time. From car hop to stadium star and big time to bankrupt -- and back, it's a tale that some would say is way over the top. But like the man said, if you don't go there, you'll never see what is on the other side.
Featuringhis greatest hits, Meatloaf: To Hell and Back chronicles the incredible roller coaster career of one of the biggest voices -- and personalities -- in rock history.
87 minutes, All Ages.
|Cast||W. Earl Brown, Dedee Pfeiffer|
|SA Distributor||Nu Metro|
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