MeatLoaf is buying his entire record collection back off eBay.
The legendary rocker - who is in the UK promoting his forthcoming album: 'Bat Out Of Hell III' - had his own entire back catalogue stolen and all his favourite LPs by other artists stolen while he was moving house.
He told BANG Showbiz: "It was in the back of a removal van. The police arrested the driver for some reason and impounded the truck.
"While it was there someone broke in and stole my entire back catalogue of everything I had done - every single, every album - gone."
Now the 'Dead Ringer For Love' singer is trying to replace his collection by trawling the internet auction site.
He added: "I have managed to get most of it back. It's been expensive and time consuming and they might not be the exact same ones that were taken, but it's a start.
"It's kind of weird trying to buy back your own stuff too."
However, MeatLoaf - whose real name is Marvin Lee Aday - says not everything the thieves took was valuable.
The rocker revealed: "They also stole a box of hangers. Hangers? What the hell are they going to do with a box of hangers. I won't be trying to buy those back."
The Kerrang! Awards in London was a party like no other, and one-time rocker Meat Loaf's "enthusiasm" for the show was definitely the highlight.
Taking the stage to present the Best Video Award, Meat Loaf dropped the f-bomb 10 times in under 40 seconds, telling the rock 'n roll crowd: "You mother f***ers are pissing me off, I saw more f***ing energy at the Christian f***ing rock awards. This isn't about f***ing cool, this is about f***ing rock and roll."