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Bat Out of Hell Singer Meat Loaf Dead at 74 | CBC News

Meatloaf, the heavyweight rock superstar loved by millions for bat out of Hell For dramatic, dark-hearted songs like albums and Heaven by Dashboard Light, two out of three are not bad, And I’ll do anything for love (but I won’t do it), has died.

Singer Marvin Lee Ede passed away on Thursday, according to a family statement posted on his official Facebook page.

“It breaks our hearts to announce that the incomparable Meat Loaf has passed away tonight,” the statement read. “We know how much he means to many of you and we really appreciate the love and support as we go through this time of sorrow of losing such an inspiring artist and beautiful person.. . From his heart to your soul. Don’t ever stop rocking!”

No reason or other details were given, but Ade has had several health scares over the years.

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bat out of a hell, His mega-selling collaboration with songwriter Jim Steinman and producer Todd Rundgren, came out in 1977 and made him one of the most recognizable artists in rock. Fans fell hard for the long-haired, 250-plus-pound singer’s roaring vocals and the comic non-romance of the title track, You took the words right out of my mouth, two out of three are not bad And Heaven by Dashboard Light, An operatic cautionary tale about going all the way.

Heaven A duet with Allen Foley featured drama by New York Yankees broadcaster Phil Rizzuto, who alleged – to much suspicion – that he was missing any alternate meaning of reaching third base and going home. was unknown.

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After a slow start and mixed reviews, bat out of a hell The album became one of the best-selling albums in history, selling over 40 million copies worldwide. Meat Loaf was not a consistent hit producer, especially after being out with Steinman for years. But he has maintained a close relationship with his fans through his frantic live shows, social media, and through his many television, radio and film appearances, including fight Club and cameo on glee And South Park,

his biggest musical success after bat out of Hell Was Bat Out of Hell II: Back in Hell, 1993 reunion with Steinman, which sold over 15 million copies and featured a Grammy-winning single I’d do anything for love (but I wouldn’t do it),

Steinman died in April.

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