Midnight at the Lost and Found is a 1983 album by Meat Loaf. This would be the final Meat Loaf release under Epic Records until The Very Best of Meat Loaf (1998). Following a dispute with his former songwriter Jim Steinman, Meat Loaf was contractually obliged to release a new album. According to Meat Loaf, Steinman gave him "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and "Making Love Out of Nothing at All" for the album, but Meat Loaf's record company refused to pay for Steinman.
Album Name Midnight at the Lost and Found. Labels Epic Records Sony Music. 2. Midnight at the Lost and Found. 3. Wolf at Your Door. 5. The Promised Land. 6. You Never Can Be Too Sure About the Girl. 8. Don't You Look at Me Like That. 9. If You Really Want to.
Singer Meat Loaf and composer Jim Steinman tried to do without producer Todd Rundgren, who had handled their masterpiece, Bat Out of Hell, on its follow-up, Dead Ringer, and they managed OK. But then Meat Loaf tried to do without Steinman on the third album, Midnight at the Lost and Found, and didn't even come close. Meat Loaf was in typically impassioned form, but the material just didn't scale the heights of Steinman's incredible hubris. had long since lost interest, but even in the . where Meat Loaf was loved, the album was a step down commercially. 10. Fallen Angel.
Midnight At The Lost And Found.
Hey Ricky, now mine is empty How about one for you We could set it out together Seems tomorrow's overdue Captain Video, done went home One pilot laid to rest And dragon ladies talk that talk About who loves who - who loves best.
Features Song Lyrics for Meat Loaf's Midnight At The Lost And Found album. Wolf At The Door Lyrics. Keep Driving Lyrics.