The British rock band DEF LEPPARD have just released their eleventh studio album, released on October 30, 2015. It is the bands first studio album since Songs from the Sparkle Lounge (2008), marking the longest gap between two studio albums in their career, and their first one to be released on earMUSIC Records. The first single and today's tune "Let's Go" was released 15 September 2015, alongside the artwork and track listing.
According to vocalist Joe Elliott, the sound of the album, he explained "It's just called DEF LEPPARD because that's what it sounds like. It doesn't sound like any one specific era of DEF LEPPARD. It's got everything... Every single aspect of anything we've ever wanted to put out — acoustic, heavy, soft, slow, fast — it's there. That's why we call it DEF LEPPARD because, just like QUEEN were, we're capable of coming up with vastly different kinds of songs."
Guitarist Phil Collen referred to the album as "probably the most diverse thing we've done" as well as "the best thing we've done since Hysteria" as it contains "the loudest rock guitars we've ever had on some tracks." However, he stopped short of calling it an "experimental", album, instead saying that it's "more liberating and expressive".
Today's tune "Let's Go" is taken from the new self titled album "Def Leppard." The tune is classic DEF LEPPARD song. Big chunky guitars and a big chorus.
More info @
Official Def Leppard Web
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