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What's missing is some "old school".

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I agree. It came out about same time (1977) that, I as a young man, was just into my teenage years. A time when you quit looking at girls as if they carried a disease, but a time that even if they did, you didn't care as you wanted to be infected. When your tenacity to get a girl was about the same as a pitbull hanging from a tire swing. there just was no quit. To me this is a great song and one of my all time favorites. Hell the whole Bat out of Hell album is classic to me. The Meatloaf, Jim Steinman (writer) is one of the greatest singer/songwriter duos of all time. I just wished that money and the music industry had not gotten in the way and ruined what could of been a lot more hits.

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I was born in 1957 and I remember all of those bands, they're all hard to beat. My favorite blast from the past will probably always be Led Zepplin and Pink Floyd and not necessarily in that order, it depends on the tune.

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