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on 13 September 2002
Generally, when rock stars write an autobiography, it is little more than a huge ego trip. However, on reading Meat Loaf's autobiography, it is clear that there are very different, moral reasons involved here. Once and for all, he wants to set the record straight about all of the ups and downs of his career, as well as his sordid past.
The writing throughout is excellent, and makes it a joy to read, although this is most likely due in a large way to the talents of Meat Loaf's co-author. Of course, the material itself is incredibly entertaining, and full of incredible facts and information (for example, Meat has had concussion seventeen times). Whether you're a huge fan of Meat Loaf, or even if you hate his guts - this book will give a huge insight into his background and his mind.