Def Leppard Concert Posters

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Def Leppard Posters



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Def Leppard and Journey Concert poster

Def Leppard and Journey Concert poster


Def Leppard and Journey poster for a 2006 concert
at the Clark County Amphitheater


size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99




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Def Leppard and Styx concert 2007 at the Clark County
Amphitheatre near Portland Oregon. September 12, 2007

Def Leppard Styx Concert poster

Def Leppard Styx Concert poster

size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99

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When I was a kid Def Leppard was the shit. Hard rocking legends,”High n’ Dry” was one of my first albums
ever. And man, they rocked it.
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Then when Pyromania came out, the world noticed how much these guys jammed on it.
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“Pour some sugar on me”, hell yes!



As with the majority of Def Leppard tours, the series checklist focused largely on the Hysteria and Pyromania albums. The band additionally put “Women” back in to the set listing (Elliott was in top-notch type shaking the stratospheric higher tones) and also took out a further keep track of, “Gods of War,” that hasn’t been actually bet in a number of years.

I admit this, I’m the individual at Def Leppard concerts that has indeed seen the band execute plenty of times that I’m constantly wishing for the better and not-often-played monitors from the band’s storied 3 years job like “Another Hit as well as Run,” “Rock Brigade” or “Tear This Down.” Perhaps that is actually why “Gods of War” was actually a refreshing add-on to the collection checklist and also was just one of the highlights for myself, appearing as great as this carried out in 1987.

Elliott and staff weren’t finished with the better cuts. Halfway via the tv show, all five band users left to the center of the catwalk as well as squashed an equipment instance for a traditional acoustic appointment. The band mixed parts of 5 tunes into one variety, consisting of the never ever just before played “Where Does Love Push When This Dies” off the Slang album, “Now” off the under-appreciated X album, “When Love as well as Hate Collide,” “Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad” as well as “Two Steps Behind.”.

Elliott was his usual cheerleading self, transferring pertaining to all component of the stage to keep the group pumped up. The viewers was a comprehensive variety old teams, from 40-somethings as well as more mature re-living their university and also senior high school days to more youthful fans in their pre-teens that were actually seeing Def Leppard for the initial time.

Phil Collen thrilled using each his any guitar playing and chiseled 54-year-old frame as he and also bassist Rick Savage moved pertaining to the bi-level period. Guitarist Vivian Campbell also seemed savoring himself (when he wasn’t suggesting with a stagehand whom he subsequently turned off) with a bunch of solos of his own. Rick Allen was strong all night behind the drums, making an impression on with each his hand and also footwork.

Def Leppard arrived at in to the archives to extract “Let It Go” and “Brining on the Heartbreak/Switch 625 â�³ off the High ‘N’ Dry album. Their the majority of recent solitary, “This is actually All About Believin’” off the Mirror Ball album appeared to be decent collectively. Elliot took note to the crowd that 70 per cent of the active Mirror Ball Compact Disc was actually documented in Utah.

The big 3 tracks through Pyromania found yourself in the set list– “Foolin’,” “Photograph” and “Rock of Ages”– with “Rock of Ages” finishing out the evening.

After 30 + years of packing arenas, worlds and amphitheatres throughout the globe, Def Leppard are showing no symptoms of decreasing. After Wednesday’s show, this definitely would not be unexpected if Def Leppard continuouslied tour Utah for another decade.

As with a lot of Def Leppard tours, the set checklist concentrated mainly on the Hysteria and also Pyromania albums. As one will look forward to, “Rocket,” “Animal,” “Love Bites,” “Hysteria,” “Armageddon This” and “Pour Some Sugar on Me” were actually all taken as well as properly received by the group. The band even placed “Women” back in to the set list (Elliott was in top-notch kind rocking the stratospheric higher tones) and also pulled out a further monitor, “Gods of War,” that hasn’t been actually wagered in many years.

The band mixed parts of six tracks in to one assortment, consisting of the never before wagered “Where Does Love Go When It Dies” off the Slang cd, “Now” off the under-appreciated X album, “When Love and also Hate Collide,” “Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad” as well as “Two Steps Behind.”.





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  2. Katrin Says:

    Styx is really awesome and what they produce is even better. :) This black-blue poster is definitely the one I´d like for my bedroom!

    Thanks for sharing!

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