Remember the classic Meat Loaf albums Dead Ringer and Blind Before I Stop? What about Midnight at the Lost and Found and Bad Attitude? Wait ... you've never heard of any of these? Oh, yeah, that's right Meat Loaf has been completely incapable of selling albums when not tag-teaming fans with the help of songwriter Jim Steinman (Bat Out of Hell and Bat Out of HellII). Good news, folks that is, if you like Meat Loaf (the singer, not the food) the pair are back in the studio, wrapping up the third installment of their Hell series. It's sure to feature more theatrically overblown singles, more hot-ass female vocals that somehow make a man-cow sound sexy, and more piano than a Billy Joel concert. If you're not willing to wait, you can always check out his "Hair of the Dog That Bit You" tour. Expect to witness a man, shaped like an aging wrestler, strut across the stage with sweat-dripping aplomb as he tries not to look like an aging wrestler about to keel over. You should also expect a song or two off the upcoming album.