Meat Loaf ‎– Couldn't Have Said It Better

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Polydor ‎– 065 552-1
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Chapter One
A1 Couldn't Have Said It Better
Lyrics By, Music By – James MichaelMusic By – Nikki Sixx
7:03
A2 Did I Say That
Written-By – James Michael
6:06
A3 Why Isn't That Enough
Written-By – Jo Davidson
4:06
A4 Love You Out Loud
Written-By – James Michael, Nikki Sixx
4:10
A5a Man Of Steel
Lyrics By [Intro Poem] – Tony FloresVocals [Intro Spoken By] – Tanja ReichertWritten-By – James Michael, Nikki Sixx
6:16
A5b Intermezzo
Tin Whistle [Penny Whistle] – Daniel Higgins*Written-By – Peter Mokran
Chapter Two
B1 Testify
Written-By – Kevin Griffin
4:56
B2 Tear Me Down
Vocals [Breakdown Section Spoken By] – Giselda VatckyWritten-By – Stephen Trask
3:37
B3 You're Right, I Was Wrong
Written-By – Dianne Warren*
3:44
B4 Because Of You
Lyrics By – Steve BalsamoLyrics By, Music By – Rick Jude
3:54
B5 Do It!
Lyrics By, Music By – Billy Rankin
2:36
B6 Forever Young
Written-By – Bob Dylan
10:50

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Track numbering: The sleeve credits tracks 1 to 5, then lists the Intermezzo seperately, then lists the following 6 tracks as 1 to 6
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  • Barcode: 044006555218

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
076 099-2 Meat Loaf Couldn't Have Said It Better(CD, Album, S/Edition) Mercury 076 099-2 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
076 099-4 Meat Loaf Couldn't Have Said It Better(Cass, Album) Mercury 076 099-4 Ukraine 2003 Sell This Version
065 552-2 Meat Loaf Couldn't Have Said It Better(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) Polydor 065 552-2 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
076 104-2 Meat Loaf Couldn't Have Said It Better(SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album) Polydor, Universal 076 104-2 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
981 060-1 Meat Loaf Couldn't Have Said It Better(2xCD, Album) Polydor 981 060-1 Australasia 2003 Sell This Version

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waywardsdrummer

waywardsdrummer

March 8, 2016

Listening, its seems that Meat is just not the force he is on the BOOH records with out Jim Steinman. I mean the record has its moments, but its just not got that wow factor to it.