Stuffed full of hits, ‘Hysteria’ is still regarded as Def Leppard’s career-defining moment, and it remains as powerful as ever.
The band are hosting a special online listening party and live chat with guitarist Phil Collen later today at 5pm BST.
To celebrate Yorkshire Day, uDiscover is going one louder than the usual Top 10 and raising a glass to the Top 11 Yorkshire musicians that made a global impact.
‘X’ sidestepped “the Def Leppard thing” to shake things up in the new millennium with outside songwriters and a wholesale embrace of contemporary pop.
‘High’n’Dry’ proved to be the record on which Def Leppard’s distinctive, arena-slaying sound emerged, setting them on the path to world domination.
The anticipated Stadium Tour will now kick-off 19 June 2021 at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium.
Returning to their anthemic trademark sound, Def Leppard came back in a “big, bad ‘Hysteria’-sleek way” with their seventh album, ‘Euphoria’.
The bands have released joint statement as their much-anticipated summer stadium tour becomes the latest casualty of the coronavirus pandemic.
Having long planned a Def Leppard covers album, the band fully delivered with ‘Yeah!’, a euphoric homage to their formative inspirations in the vein of David Bowie’s ‘Pin Ups’.
Las Vegas residencies by Frank Sinatra helped turn “Sin City” into an entertainment mecca. It is now one of the hottest destinations for live music.
Rising to the challenge of grunge music, Def Leppard’s ‘Slang’ proved the group could hold their own among the changing rock landscape.
The lavish, in concert package, which was originally due to launch last month, will be out on 29 May.
The hotly-anticipated concert film is set for release on 29 May.
The new in-concert film package is now set for release on 29 May.
Other high profile guests set to appear in the new series include Queen's Brian May and country star Tanya Tucker.