Meat Loaf featuring Patti Russo — Is Nothing Sacred

1 Is Nothing Sacred (full version) 5:37 Jim Steinman / Don Black
2 What You See is What You Get (live) 3:39 Patti Jerome / Mike Valvano
3 Out of the Frying Pan (And Into the Fire) (live) 8:41 Jim Steinman

Limited edition live cd - Includes previously unreleased live songs, picture cd & free live poster

IS NOTHING SACRED (full version)
(Music by Jim Steinman. Lyrics by Don Black)
Produced by Meat Loaf and Kasim Sulton, in association with Jeff Bova, Frank Filepetti and Russ Titelman
Published by Lost Boys Music/Don Black Music Ltd/PolyGram Music Publishing Ltd.
P 1999 Virgin Records Ltd.

WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET (live)
(Patti Jerome & Mike Valvano)
Produced by Meat Loaf and Dave Thoener
Recorded live at Cleveland, OH.
Published by Jobete Music Co., Admin. by EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP)
P 1995 Virgin Records Ltd.

OUT OF THE FRYING PAN (AND INTO THE FIRE) (live)
(Jim Steinman)
Produced by Meat Loaf and Dave Thoener
Recorded live at East Rutherford, NJ.
Published by 1993 Music Corporation of America & Lost Boys Music. All Rights Reserved by MCA Music Publishing, a division of MCA Inc. New York, NY 10019.
P 1993 Virgin Records Ltd.

Also available: “The Very Best of Meat Loaf” CD/MC/Minidisc
eden.vmg.co.uk/meatloaf.html

Photography by Timothy White. Design by Joe @ Virginart & Hills Archer Inc.

Label Virgin / Sony Cat.No. VSCDX 1734 Format CDM Year 1999 Country EU Notes lim. ed. + poster

Meat Loaf featuring Patti Russo - Is Nothing Sacred

1 Is Nothing Sacred (single edit) 5:27 Jim Steinman / Don Black
2 No Matter What (single edit) 5:18 Andrew Lloyd Webber / Jim Steinman
3 Dead Ringer For Love (live) 4:28 Jim Steinman

IS NOTHING SACRED
Produced by Meat Loaf and Kasim Sulton
In association with Jeff Bova, Frank Filipetti and Russ Titelman
Mixed by Frank Filepetti

NO MATTER WHAT
Produced by Jim Steinman
Co-produced by Steve Rinkoff
Mixed by Frank Filepetti

DEAD RINGER FOR LOVE
Produced by Meat Loaf and the Neverland Express
Mixed by Ben Fowler

Also available: "The Very Best of Meat Loaf" CD/MC/Minidisc

Label Virgin / Sony Cat.No. VSCDT 1734 Format CDM Year 1999 Country EU

Meat Loaf featuring Patti Russo - Is Nothing Sacred

1 Is Nothing Sacred (radio promo edit) 4:41 Jim Steinman / Don Black
2 What You See is What You Get (live) 3:39 Patti Jerome / Mike Valvano

IS NOTHING SACRED
Produced by Meat Loaf and Kasim Sulton
In association with Jeff Bova, Frank Filipetti and Russ Titelman
Mixed by Frank Filepetti

WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET
Produced by Meat Loaf and Dave Thoener

Also available: "The Very Best of Meat Loaf" CD/MC/Minidisc

Label Cat.No. F. Y. C. Notes
1 Virgin / Sony VSCDE 1734 CDS 1999 EU
2 Virgin / Sony VSCDJ 1734 LC 03098 CDS 1999 EU omits 2; "For promo use only - not for resale"

Meat Loaf — Is Nothing Sacred

1 Is Nothing Sacred (short radio edit) 3:31 Jim Steinman / Don Black

Promo use only — not for resale
Property of Virgin Records Ltd.

Label Virgin Cat.No. Format CDR Year 1999 Country Notes white label promo

Is Nothing Sacred

Boy: If a love as strong as ours couldn’t make it all the way
Can anything make sense at all?
If a love so deep and true couldn’t stand the test of time
Then Mount Everest could slide and Jerusalem could fall

Is nothing sacred anymore?
Is forever just another word?
Is a promise something people used to keep when love was worth fighting for?
If we can say goodbye
If we can say goodbye
Is nothing sacred anymore?

Boy: I can hear the final words, every sentence that was said
Don’t know what turned our lives around
Girl: It doesn’t matter who was right, there’s no justice in a dream
Never thought that a heart could break without making any sound

Both: Is nothing sacred anymore?
Is forever just another word?
Is a promise something people used to keep when love was worth fighting for?
If we can say goodbye
If we can say goodbye
Is nothing sacred anymore?

(if we can say goodbye)
If we can say goodbye
Is nothing sacred anymore?

Boy: Our love was certain as the dawn
As solid and save as any love can be
Girl: Our love was a star to wish upon
And you though that I’d saved you
Boy: Could’ve sworn that you saved me
Girl: Sworn that you saved me

Both: Is nothing sacred anymore?
Is forever just another word?
Is a promise something people used to keep when love was worth fighting for?
If we can say goodbye
If we can say goodbye
Is nothing sacred anymore?

If we can say goodbye
If we can say goodbye
Is nothing sacred anymore?

Is nothing sacred anymore?
Is forever just another word?
Girl: Ooh, it’s just another word
Is a promise something people used to keep
Girl: Nothing sacred?
When love was worth fighting for?
Girl: Fighting for
If we can say goodbye
If we can say goodbye
Is nothing sacred anymore?

(if we can say goodbye)
(if we can say goodbye)
Is nothing sacred anymore?
Girl: Anymore?
Is nothing sacred anymore?
Is nothing sacred anymore?
Girl: Is nothing sacred?
Is nothing sacred anymore....p> (Music by Jim Steinman. Lyrics by Don Black)
© 1998 Lost Boys Music/Don Black Music/Polygram Music Publishing Ltd.

Picture of Meat Loaf, behind a microphone with his arms stretched out.

On tour 1999

  • March 16: Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre
  • March 18: Belfast Kings Hall
  • March 20: Dublin RDS
  • March 21: Dublin RDS
  • March 23: Birmingham NEC
  • March 25: Birmingham NEC
  • March 26: Birmingham NEC
  • March 28: Wembley Arena
  • March 30: Wembley Arena
  • April 1: Wembley Arena
  • April 2: Cardiff International Arena
  • April 4: Glasgow SECC
  • April 6: Newcastle Telewest Arena
  • April 8: Manchester Evening News Arena
  • April 10: Sheffield Arena
  • April 11: Sheffield Arena

(Photography Kevin Mazur)