Meat Loaf Is All Revved Up With No Place To Go In This Riveting Performance From Sydney, Australia
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Sydney Entertainment Center, 2004
On February 24th 2004 in Sydney, Australia, Meat Loaf was well into The Last World Tour. Each night, he and his band would perform a set list comprised of songs from past to present including the one you’ll see here “All Revved Up With No Place To Go” off of the 1977 album Bat Out Of Hell.
Meat Loaf was joined on stage for this song by an ensemble of female dancers who used stellar choreography to accompany Meat Loaf. Not only that, but Paul Crook’s prolific guitar work contributed heavily to this timeless performance.
In “All Revved Up With No Place To Go”, Meat Loaf sings the tale of a lonely boy who finds himself extremely attracted to a girl who he describes as a ‘dream come true’. His emotions and passions can be described as him being ‘all revved up’, but because he cannot convey his affection towards her, he is all revved up ‘with no place to go’.
Meat Loaf and his band have this Sydney crowd in the palm of their hands as they deliver a truly captivating performance of “All Revved Up With No Place To Go”. Combine Meat Loaf’s powerful voice, the dancers’ amazing choreography, and Paul Crook’s shredding capabilities, and you’ll get an amazing live performance of this timeless classic – see for yourself!