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Customer Reviews

This is the Original 1995 version, not a re-recording...

Gang, this is not a re-recording of their classic 1995 recording from Vault, their first Greatest Hits offering. Somehow they got this onto iTunes which is pretty sweet for any fan who doesn't already have it, although I can't imagine anyone not having already.

This song was originally written for Adrenalize but left off the final tracking for that album I suspect due to similarities to Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad. Nonetheless it's a great song. Enjoy! Cheers.

Love this song!!

I have the track already from the Rock Of Ages 2 disc collection andI can't get enough of it! As of right now, WLAHC is my favortie Leppard track. Loved hearing it as part of the acoustic medly during their concert this summer!

Oh My !!!

God awful. Sounds like it should be on a 1980's soft rock Karate Kid soundtrack.


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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