Hit It For A Def Leppard Concert
Def Leppard first embarked into the world of hard rock music in the year 1980. During their initial years, all their creations resembled core rock specialist Led Zeppelin. But gradually as they attained maturity in their work corner, they showed their real unique side. In 1983, just 3 years after their launch, their album “Pyromania”, under the guidance of their producer Robert John “Mutt” Lange gained a huge popularity. Their forth album “Hysteria” in the succeeding years broke all the records and created history. Most of the songs under this album are critically appreciated for their super catchy lyrics and high end music. I was actually lucky enough to buy concert tickets from sizzlingtickets, and I certainly wasn’t disappointe with the show!
Some of the best acclaimed songs in this album are enlisted below:
Apart from all those complex digital sound sampling and other technology kissed affects stitched by the producer Mutt Lange, if you listen to the song carefully over your ear phones you can easily feel the backward tapes, loops and sound snippets of vocals and instruments. In addition to this there is sampled drums and Apollo 11 audio.
This is one of the best songs in the Def Leppard music dictionary. This single from “Hysteria” gives you the retro tang of mid-80s. Intricate, over processed production imparts the quality texture.
This is the title track of the said album. Just like most of the song in that very album, it is layered and processed. In every single beat you can sense the goodness of supreme digital machines. Apart from this, at slower cuts it has a radio-ready acute sharpness that heightens the overall feel of the song.
This song is a symbol of ingenious act for their drummer, Rick Allen. Unfortunately he lost one of his arms in a deadly car accident.
“Pour sugar on me”
This is a song full of awesomeness and a major hit of the album Hysteria.
When searching for a Def Leppard concert review , you will find a mixed opinion but every one equivocally praised their tantalizing vibrations emitting from speakers, excellent audience connectivity and massive crowd out break. If you want to go back to your high school rock band craze, surely pay a visit to a Def Leppard performance.