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Street Life - Def Leppard - Yeah! (CD, Album)

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  1. May 24,  · No, CD of the century! While we would never actually admit this in print, we secretly slipped in a promo copy of the new Def Leppard covers album, Yeah!, into the .
  2. 2 days ago · Def Leppard Yeah Bonus CD Backstage Interviews and More $ New. Free Shipping It has all the make-you-happy stuff that any Def Leppard album has, but there is someting more to it. That is that with all the stuff they went through in the years before this album was released (mostly Steve) they managed to release this fantastic album Missing: Street Life.
  3. about. 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.
  4. May 23,  · I got the CD three weeks ago and have already played it to death - there isn't a weak track on the CD, it's very much a labour of love, and I can't recommend it highly enough but, after listening to the CD the first time and reading the CD notes, I must confess that Def Leppard and I share the same memories of the 70s so perhaps I'm somewhat /5().
  5. is a CD compiled of cover versions from the 70s of Def Leppard's favourite songs from that era/5().
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Yeah! on Discogs. Label: Island Records - B • Format: CD Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock Def Leppard - Yeah!/5(4).
  7. Editorial Reviews. Def Leppard always had a streak of glam running beneath their heavy rock -- listen to "Armageddon It" or "Photograph" for proof -- so it's no surprise that when the quintet decided to record a covers album in , they devoted it to the '70s glam and hard rock that inspired them to Price: $
  8. Yeah! is an album of cover versions of s rock hits, recorded by Def Leppard. It is the first cover album by the band. It was originally to be released on 20 September , but it was announced on 31 March that the album would be released on 23 May The album was delayed numerous times and was met with mixed reviews upon its eventual release. The album charted at No. 16 on The.
  9. Def Leppard always had a streak of glam running beneath their heavy rock -- listen to "Armageddon It" or "Photograph" for proof -- so it's no surprise that when the quintet decided to record a covers album in , they devoted it to the '70s glam and hard rock that inspired them to pick up their guitars and play. What does come as a surprise is that the resulting Yeah! is a sheer delight, a 9/

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