What happens when you listen to your favorite band rocking the hell out of a beautiful ballad? Well, you have the time of your life at least I do. The lyrics are what caught my attention in the first place, as I found myself in them…. Written by Rick Savage , this has to be one of their most overlooked ballads, despite being one of their best in my book. The song is a beautiful confession; the protagonist is proclaiming his love and is ready to give his everything for that special person. Def Leppard turned their immense pain over the loss of their friend to a superb ballad.
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Hysteria (Def Leppard song)
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The song reached No. In a Joe Elliott statement on the Vault compilation album, he stated that this song was not about Def Leppard trying to be "MACHO", and were just trying to be funny about the content of this song. The statement only appears on the UK version of Vault, as the track is not included on the American version. Elliott made a similar note in the album booklet for the later Best Of compilation, joking that "everyone thought we were turning into Manowar" and explaining that the band had come to terms with the then-recent death of guitarist Steve Clark on the album track "White Lightning" and wanted to have a lighter song on the album. In a audio interview, Elliott said that he would rather not play this song live any more, as he found lyrics "were a nod too stupid. Since , the band has consisted of Rick Savage bass, backing vocals , Joe Elliott lead vocals , Rick Allen drums, backing vocals , Phil Collen guitar, backing vocals , and Vivian Campbell guitar, backing vocals.
Women (Def Leppard song)
On one of my recent trips to record shop, I scored a couple picture discs by one of my favorite bands, Def Leppard. The store I bought this at is called Noble Records and is one of my favorite local record shops in Charlotte. Noble Records has a YouTube channel and he constantly posts videos of collections he has bought and what he will be putting out on the floor.
No thank you. Each one was completely different from the other, while remaining of very high quality. Phil Collen wrote it, but The Law was first to release it in Atmospheric, moody, but bright, it was a worthy successor to the lofty heights of Hysteria.