Heaven & Hell is a compilation album by American singer Meat Loaf and Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler. It was released in 1989 by Telstar Records. The majority of songs included on Heaven & Hell were written by Jim Steinman, who wrote some of Meat Loaf and Tyler's biggest hits.
Though the album was not an immediate commercial success, due to steady sales Heaven & Hell was certified platinum by the BPI in 2013.
Heaven & Hell was first released in 1989 by Telstar following a deal with Epic. It contains fourteen tracks, with selections from Bat Out of Hell, Dead Ringer, Blind Before I Stop and Bad Attitude by Meat Loaf, and Faster Than the Speed of Night and Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire by Bonnie Tyler. Ten of the compilation's tracks were written by Jim Steinman. The original cover art for Heaven & Hell featured two mirrored photographs of Meat Loaf and Tyler performing on stage. In 1993, Columbia reissued the compilation with a new cover art and altered track listing.
In 2011, Sony released another CD pressing of Heaven & Hell as part of their "Girl's Night In X" reissue campaign.
1 Bat Out Of Hell
2 Faster Than The Speed Of Night
3 You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
4 Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
5 Read 'em and weep
6 Total Eclipse Of The Heart
7 Two Out of Three Ain't Bad
8 Holding Out For A Hero
9 Dead Ringer For Love
10 If You Were A Woman (And I Was A Man)
11 If You Really Want To
12 Straight From The Heart
13 Loving You's A Dirty Job (But Somebody's Gotta Do It)
14 Heaven Can Wait