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Pour Some Sugar On Me / Rock of Ages 2012 (Re-Recorded Versions) - Single

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Def Leppard !!

Changed or un changed , im extremely excited to hear them play my favorite songs! If you are a fan of these songs you won't be disappointed

Is this a cover band??

Def Lep has been my fav band for over 20 yrs but that version of Sugar just sounds weird!! Sounds like a cover band. Joe's vocals are obviously computer enhanced. For a band that is notorious for perfecting their sound in the studio ...I'm a little disappointed. :( ...but on the bright side, I cant wait to hear some new music!!

Well done

If this is what Def Leppard has to do to get iTunes users their music, I'm all for it. Love the ways the guys have hung together and are still mates after all these years. So many bands fall apart, they've stood the test of time. Their live shows are outstanding as well.

Biography

Formed: 1977 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In many ways, Def Leppard were the definitive hard rock band of the '80s. There were many bands that rocked harder (and were more dangerous) than the Sheffield-based quintet, but few others captured the spirit of the times quite as well. Emerging in the late '70s as part of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Def Leppard actually owed more to the glam rock and metal of the early '70s, as their sound was equal parts T. Rex, Mott the Hoople, Queen, and Led Zeppelin. By toning down their heavy riffs...
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