Our mail order service is still open for business and we can still deliver on time in the majority of cases. Please be aware that due to the global pandemic, some delivery services may be experiencing a slight delay! Dismiss
“Bad Attitude” is Meat Loaf’s fourth studio album. Representing an upswing in the singer’s career, the album features four singles; ‘Nowhere Fast’, ‘Modern Girl’, ‘Surf's Up’ and ‘Piece Of The Action’.
Out of stock
• “Bad Attitude” is Meat Loaf’s fourth studio album. Representing an upswing in the singer’s career, the album features four singles; ‘Nowhere Fast’, ‘Modern Girl’, ‘Surf’s Up’ and ‘Piece Of The Action’.
• After the phenomenal success of debut LP “Bat Out Of Hell” in 1977 (34 million copies and counting), Meat Loaf followed it with 1981’s “Dead Ringer”, another sizeable hit, with both albums showcasing the mercurial song writing talents of Jim Steinman. Having then parted company with Steinman, 1983’s “Midnight At The Lost And Found” found the singer in somewhat of a commercial dip, until 1984’s “Bad Attitude”. It features two Steinman penned tunes, ‘Surf’s Up’, previously recorded for Jim Steinman’s solo debut “Bad For Good” in 1981 plus ‘Nowhere Fast’, which had originally been written for the soundtrack to the movie “Streets Of Fire”.
• There are also two notable duets on this record; The Who’s Roger Daltrey appears on the title track, whilst Clare Torry, who is probably best known for her vocals on Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side Of The Moon”, duets on ‘Modern Girl’.
• This edition is packaged in a digi-pak with extensive liner notes, 16 page booklet, plus plenty of rare artwork and memorabilia.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.