Def Leppard is a Different Animal on ‘Volume Two’ | Box Set Review

Formed in 1977 in Sheffield, England, Def Leppard had high hopes to make it big. Though their first album On Through the Night (1980) didn’t do much for them, their second album, High ‘n’ Dry (1981), set the band up for what was to come in the near future; thanks to producer Mutt Lange, they... Continue Reading →

My Dream Setlist for Def Leppard

One of my favorite YouTube channels at the moment, Sea of Tranquility, did a series throughout the month of March where they created dream setlists for their favorite bands. They didn’t do one for Def Leppard unfortunately, and around the same time, I came across this article from Ultimate Classic Rock from 2011 titled, “Def... Continue Reading →

My Top Ten Def Leppard Songs

I previously wrote a post titled, My Top Five Def Leppard Songs I Can't Live Without in December 2019, but that was early in my Def Leppard obsession. I've always wanted to write an updated list of my top five Def Leppard songs because a lot can happen in a year, but I never got around to... Continue Reading →

Def Leppard’s ‘Hysteria’ Turns 33!

On August 3, 1987, exactly 33 years ago, hard rock legends Def Leppard released their fourth studio album titled Hysteria. The album was the result of dreadful hours in the studio, record-producer Mutt Lange's perfectionism, the never-ending debt of making the album, and drummer Rick Allen's determination to be the best f*cking one-armed drummer in the... Continue Reading →

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