Aerosmith’s Rocks was released 42 years ago today (May 3), and in its own right, it’s a classic album, but it certainly had a lot to live up to considering it was released a little over a year after Toys in the Attic.
In 2017, there certainly wasn’t a shortage of great reissues and box sets up for grabs. As we wind down 2017 and head into the New Year, here are the seven reissues/box sets from this year that we think are must-owns.
It hasn't been long -- only two years -- since Def Leppard released its last studio album, a self-titled set. But drummer Rick Allen tells us the group is starting to hatch some recording plans for the near future:
This whole week has been hysteria over Def Leppard’s Hysteria, and rightfully so with the album celebrating its 30th anniversary today (August 3) and its 30th anniversary reissue due out tomorrow (August 4.)
As previously reported, a new mini-documentary, Step Inside: Hysteria, highlighting the making of Def Leppard’s classic album, was teased for release, and much to our surprise, it’s actually going to be available online, with part one now streaming.
On August 3rd of 1987 Def Leppard released their 4th studio album Hysteria, now nearly 30 years later to the day (August 4th) the band will celebrate their top selling landmark album with the release of several ultimate 30th Anniversary editions. The reissue will be available in multiple formats: the 1-CD "Vanilla" version, a 3-CD…
On the surface, one wouldn’t think Roy Orbison, Def Leppard’s Steve Clark and Stone Temple Pilots’ Dean DeLeo would have much in common, but each are not only stellar guitarists, they also share an April 23 birthday!
There’s now less than two weeks left until Def Leppard kick off their tour with Poison and Tesla in Manchester, N.H. on April 8, and needless to say, everyone is itching to get back on the road. Leppard guitarist Phil Collen spoke with us recently and he recognizes that there’s definitely something special about this…
Def Leppard is planing a February 10 release for a new concert home video, And There Will Be A Next Time -- Live From Detroit, which was filmed during the summer at group's stop at the suburban DTE Energy Music Theatre (formerly Pine Knob).