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To Hell and Back is the title of the autobiography of rock singer, Meat Loaf. It was later made into a television movie, called Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back, with W. Earl Brown in the title role.
To Hell and Back is the title of the autobiography of rock singer, Meat Loaf. To Hell and Back was co-written by David Dalton and was publicized as the true story of Meat Loaf's life and career from young boy in Texas to the time of the release of his massive comeback album, Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell in 1993.
Meat Loaf has sold more than 50 million records worldwide and appeared in films such as The Rocky Horror Picture . Meat is honest about his life and regrets he’s had throughout the book.
Meat Loaf has sold more than 50 million records worldwide and appeared in films such as The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Mighty, Crazy in Alabama, and The Fight Club. David Dalton is the award-winning author of biographies on such pop icons as James Dean, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison. His most recent book is El Sid: Saint Vicious. He talks about losing his mom when he was in California and no one knew where he was. He talks about Rocky Horror at length as well as getting Bat I off the ground.
Meat Loaf's bizarre and spectacular life story is scarcely credible. After surviving an abusive childhood, during which he was almost murdered by his alcoholic father, he starred in one of the biggest stage and film musicals ever, then went on to record the third best-selling album of all time. To Hell and Back is the story of a man who ran away from a cruel home life at 17 and starred in the legendary Rocky Horror Picture Show before turning to rock-'n'roll
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Somebody just wrote about my back issues:Well I am in very very bad pain and have been for a month. Maybe it's the pain that has made me so angry at people putting words in my month, either on this page or in the press
Somebody just wrote about my back issues:Well I am in very very bad pain and have been for a month. Maybe it's the pain that has made me so angry at people putting words in my month, either on this page or in the press.
Meat Loaf - Back Into Hell. Meat Loaf - Life Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back (Live From The Beacon Theatre,New York,United States/1995). 11. Meat Loaf - Lost Boys And Golden Girls. 12. Meat Loaf - Bat Out Of Hell (Live From United States/1993, Remaster 2006). 13. Meat Loaf - You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Live From United States/1993, Remaster 2006). 21. Meat Loaf - Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through (Live From The United States/1994). 22. Meat Loaf - Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire) (Live From The United States/1993).
To Hell and Back: The Meat Loaf Story. Directed by. Jim McBride. The book continues the oft-written claim that Meat Loaf was born in 1947. However, Meat has often stated that his drivers licence and Social Security information both state that he was born in 1951. Although born Marvin Lee Aday, Meat Loaf changed his name legally to Michael Lee Aday. Neither full name appears in the book.
Meat Loaf was rock music's unlikeliest success: a 300-pound white artist signed to Motown records. He boostrapped his way out of hell, fleeing an abusive past, overcoming the scorn and skepticism of nearly everyone, and--through raw determination--he beat all odds and conquered the world.
To Hell and Back is his story.
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