Pour Some Sugar On Me / Rock of Ages 2012 (Re-Recorded Versions) - Single
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||Pour Some Sugar On Me (2012 Re-Recorded Version)||Def Leppard||4:23||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||Rock of Ages (2012 Re-Recorded Version)||Def Leppard||4:08||$1.29||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoPour Some Sugar On Me||Def Leppard||4:51||$1.99||View In iTunes|
The audio tracks on this single are Mastered for iTunes.
Please read this!!
So everyone knows why Def Leppard re-recorded these classics:
Their former label Mercury owns the rights to all of their albums except Mirrorball. Thats why those albums have yet to be available on iTunes. The band have been in negotiations fo years in an attempt to purchase the rights to their music but the company wont budge. Th music is classic and way too valuable to Mercury in cd sales. The band decided to start re-recording some o the most popular songs to get them in the hands of their digital fanbase in one form or another. The object was to make them sound as close to the originals as techically possible. Before anyone starts slamming Def Leppard for this decision, I thought you should at least know WHY they made this move.
They severed ties with Mercury after Songs From the Sparkle Lounge was released. Thats why Mirrorball is available to download and any albums released from here on out will also be available here.
Enjoy these re-recorded classics and Long Live Def Leppard!!
Joe's vocals are his best in years!
If these are actually recently recorded vocals from Joe, I am not only impressed, I am more like "Shocked"! He hasn't had this much power behind his upper register in years. Can't wait for the big weekend in August when I'll see Lep, Poison, Crüe, and Kiss all in three days time. Having seen VH twice this year already, makes for a successful concert year. Rock on, Lep.
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
Formed: 1977 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s