Power ballads are nice. a bit cheesy but really nice. I was talking about I'd do anything for love with one of my friends a few weeks ago and how there are really no overly dramatic love songs any more and that it is really a pity. I guess i'll have to listen to that again now.
from that era like 70s-80s I listen more to some psychedelic, prog rock and folk rock stuff, and a bit of fusion jazz, not so much the more straight rock. I don't know why. That era never really clicked for me in terms of "sound". Not even bands like sabbath or queen, or led zeppelin. So i never really listened to his stuff carefully. He is definitely great though, probably one of the most influential rockers of his time. But please, for the love of whatever is holy, somebody please stop politicians and movie directors from using born in the usa ever again. That poor song.
Bruh, are you trolling me right now? Is this an alt account trolling me? I have never heard Meatloaf being mentioned by anyone other than me on this forum, i'm about to faint.
Springsteen has competition when it comes to my all time faves, and Meatloaf (and Jim Steinman moreso maybe, he's the genius who wrote so many legendary songs and most of Meat's hits) are the top contenders.
If you have time, tell me what you think of this song. It's not a Meatloaf song but Steinman wrote it for one of his other big name singers, Bonnie Tyler.