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Rock of Ages: The Definitive Collection

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  • I used to have one of Def Leppard’s older Greatest Hits Packages (Vault). This is one of those bands that as a child of the 80’s, I knew very well. Def Leppard in the 80’s were a band that you simply could not ignore. I knew all their hits, I had a few of their tapes back in the day, but as time went on, they felt like a band I had “outgrown”. They tried to change their style in 1996 (Slang), but then changed back to their more traditional sound after that, but I wasn’t terribly interested anymore (although I did like a track here and there).

    When they came out with this 2 CD Greatest Hits package, I ditched all my existing Def Leppard CD’s and went with this, as I felt it comprised all the songs of theirs I really liked. There’s no point in listing them here, I’d just be copying the tracklisting. But it’s almost all enjoyable. It has a bunch of songs from their earliest days before they got their mega success, which is when a lot of people thought the band lost it’s soul. This covers everything up until their most recent studio album as of now, that being “X”.

    If you ever liked Def Leppard in the past, and don’t have any of their albums, get this. It’s a great career covering retrospective that hits just about all the corners of their albums.

    Posted on December 31, 2009