VH1 Storytellers: Season 3, Episode 7

Meat Loaf (18 Oct. 1998)

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Episode cast overview:
Kasim Sulton ...
Himself - Band Member
John Miceli ...
Himself - Band Member (as John Micheli)
Damon La Scot ...
Himself - Band Member
Tom Brislin ...
Himself - Band Member
Ray Anderson ...
Himself - Band Member
Patti Russo ...
Herself - Band Member (as Patty Russo)
Pearl Aday ...
Herself - Band Member


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The DVD includes 53 minutes of footage not seen on the VH1 Storytellers program. See more »

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You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
Written by Jim Steinman
Published by Edward B. Marks Music Company/Neverland Music Company/Peg Music Co. (BMI)
All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.
Performed by Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
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22 April 2000 | by (Stockholm, Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is a masterpiece. Meat Loaf in a quiet surrounding, in fact a locker room, with about 100 fans rocks the house completely. He chews his gigantic gum all the time, but the music is as sweet as ever. The scene where he lures two fans up to perform the "third base scene" in Paradise by the dashboard light is great. All his greatest classics are included

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