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Himself
Kasim Sulton ...
Himself - Band Member
John Miceli ...
Himself - Band Member (as John Micheli)
Damon La Scot ...
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Tom Brislin ...
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Ray Anderson ...
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Patti Russo ...
Herself - Band Member (as Patty Russo)
Pearl Aday ...
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The DVD includes 53 minutes of footage not seen on the VH1 Storytellers program. See more »

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A Kiss Is A Terrible Thing To Waste
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics by Jim Steinman
Published by Songs of Polygram International, Inc./Lost Boys Music (BMI)/The Really Useful Group Limited (ASCAP)
All rights on behalf of Lost Boys Music administered by Songs of Polygram International, Inc. All rights on behalf of The Really Useful Group Limited administered by Songs of Polygram International,
Inc.
All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.
Performed by Meat Loaf & The Neverland Express
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not his greatest singing effort
23 March 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I watched this cause it's meatloaf and I was disappointed by his performance, sitting on that bench chewing on a piece of gum constantly. What redeems it was the instrumentals. The music was brilliant and the piano and guitar solos, variations from the original compositions, beautiful. I really enjoyed this performances version of 'bat out of hell' but the song was marred for me by a shockingly disastrous out of tune final note sung by meatloaf, utterly the wrong choice of note to finish on. I would recommend this to meatloaf fans and non fans, Jim Steinman's music certainly was a masterpiece. This proves what some people have said, that meatloaf's voice lost some of it's potency as he lot the weight, or it could just be him ageing or the effects of the years of drug use.


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