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Def Leppard is actually pretty good on this album. Fans hate it, but huge nationalist DL fans hate anything that involves the band doing covers. They would much rather listen to classics such as X and Adrenalize. Those albums suck, moreso than others. The DL boys grew up with this stuff, while I grew up listening to You might have found a Blondie greatest hits album, but nothing else off of this cover album.

Boring at first, but then it Rock On - Def Leppard - Yeah! more exciting. Street Life sucks, it don't do no Only Love - Michael Brydenfelt - Romantic. Drive-In Saturday is a lame cover.

You need to go listen to At The Drive-In or eat at a drive-in, because this drive-in sucks it. There are stinkers, goodies, and half-decent songs, and we have the quarter-decent songs as well. Overall, there's some great stuff, but also some dookie. Pick it up, download, whatever. Just listen to something off of this album. That's one Rock On - Def Leppard - Yeah! the best covers on the whole album!

It's, well, I never thought I'd say this about anything done by Grenada - Emile PrudHomme - Mimild fait du genre Leppard, but the song is awesome.

It's sad when a Def Leppard cover album is better than some of the new rock bands we have today. Maybe this will inspire some other old and washed up hair metal band to make a cover album. Maybe it'll be Ratt! They could cover the whole album of Aerosmith's Big Ones compilation album. Maybe REO Speedwagon will cover this whole album. Of course, it won't be as good as the Def Leppard version. REO Speedwagon is retarded. Even the name makes me laugh.

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10 thoughts on “ Rock On - Def Leppard - Yeah!

  1. Kigale says:
    May 23,  · A veritable jukebox of the classic rock that Def Leppard grew up on in '60s and ’70s England, this covers album sees the multi-platinum rockers paying tribute to their (mostly British) influences with muscular covers of T. Rex, Thin Lizzy, The Sweet, and a rousing version of Mott the Hoople’s “The Golden Age of Rock 'N' Roll.”.
  2. Vura says:
    English hard-rock band Def Leppard covered the song on their album, Yeah!, which features cover versions of s rock hits. Released as the second single from the album, it became a staple in their setlists for ensuing tours. "We took that one to pieces and rewrote it " observed Joe dakcse.daizahnishndarmeztizuru.infoinfo: Glam rock, blues rock.
  3. Fetilar says:
    Sep 23,  · ok it sounds like def leppard kinda and it says something like "rockin', -- yeah!" da da da dat dat dea-a-a. (the dea-a-a is decending in pitch the others are pretty much an eve pitch except the "dat" is whereit gets a bit higher; there is a slight pause between rockin' and yeah) then it keeps going like "da da da dat da da-a-a rockin, yeah! -- rock it baby" ALSO note its a pretty upbeat song.
  4. Tolabar says:
    YEAH! is DEF LEPPARD'S album of cover versions of s rock hits released on May 23, It's the first cover album by the band. The album charted at #16 on Billboards "Top " U.S. Album Chart and #52 on the UK Albums Chart.
  5. Fezahn says:
    May 22,  · Yeah! is an album of cover versions of s rock hits and the ninth studio album 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 .
  6. Kisida says:
    Yeah! is the ninth studio album by English hard rock group Def dakcse.daizahnishndarmeztizuru.infoinfo 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 Genre: Hard rock.
  7. Vilabar says:
    May 23,  · Yeah! is the ninth studio album by English hard rock group 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 /5(14).
  8. Tajin says:
    If you do download something, you might want to download The Golden Age Of Rock n' Roll. That's one of the best covers on the whole album! It's, well, I never thought I'd say this about anything done by Def Leppard, but the song is awesome. It's sad when a Def Leppard cover album is better than some of the new rock bands we have today. Maybe /5.
  9. Vujinn says:
    Yeah! is the ninth studio album by English hard rock 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.
  10. JoJocage says:
    Yeah! was originally slated for release during the autumn of that same year, but after Mercury launched the highly successful anthology collection, Best Of Def Leppard (rechristened Rock Of Ages Author: Tim Peacock.

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