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Artist: Def Leppard

Title: Mirror Ball - Live and More

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Def Leppard Mirror Ball - Live and More Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2011

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FR CDVD 523


Joe Elliott Vocals
Phil Collen Guitars, Vocals
Rick Allen Drums
Rick Savage Bass, Vocals
Vivian Campbell Guitars, Vocals


Disc 1
1.  Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop)  
2.  Rocket  
3.  Animal  
4.  C'Mon C'Mon  
5.  Make Love Like a Man  
6.  Too Late for Love  
7.  Foolin'  
8.  Nine Lives  
9.  Love Bites  
10.  Rock On  

Disc 2
11.  Two Steps Behind  
12.  Bringin' On the Heartbreak  
13.  Switch 625  
14.  Hysteria  
15.  Armageddon It  
16.  Photograph  
17.  Pour Some Sugar On Me  
18.  Rock of Ages  
19.  Let's Get Rocked  
20.  Action  
21.  Bad Actress  
22.  Undefeated New Studio Track  
23.  Kings of the World New Studio Track  
24.  It's All About Believin' New Studio Track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 9, 2011 at 17:51
For a band who are just now putting out their first live album, and who are usually so meticulous about everything they do, there's no excuse for this. The mix is just bad, where the loudest thing about the show is the horrendously off-key backing vocals. Guitars are sloppy, as hell, and not in a cool, unpredictable, rock 'n' roll way either. The track selection is heavy on Hysteria and Pyromania, which si to be expected, and I love those two albums anyway. But then, we get a couple lame covers and a couple lame songs off their last lame album, which I guarantee nobody actually came to the show wanting to hear. Oh yeah, adn three new studio tracks, including an utterly hollow-ringing "Pour Some Sugar On Me" rehash, and a putrid ballad. If this half-assed and lifeless-sounding live set is any indiction, Leppard have become an extremely boring live band.

From: rocksoul Date: June 28, 2011 at 1:25
I think it's not bad....but they could make better....obviously, they are def leppard!!! The three new song for me, are boring and nothing good. But live I think in some moment, is good. Certainly is that they play always classic from Pyromania and hysteria becuse are the best album. Def leppar live is like metallica live: 1-2 song from new release and other 1 h and 45 min classics.

From: edwithmj Date: July 9, 2011 at 17:17
Not bad. It sounds how one would expect it to. The trouble is, there's nothing here that's different to the studio versions. The new studio tracks aren't worth shouting about and the rendition of Heartbreak has an annoying acoustic intro. Apart from that, this is good stuff. I would've preferred a live album from the 80s though.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: July 10, 2011 at 1:45
Pick up the deluxe reissue of Pyromania, the second disc is a full show from the L.A. Forum in '83, vastly superior to this crap. Or if you want to go black-market, the complete '88 Denver gig (cut down and sold as the "In The Round, In Your Face' video) is widely available for download on the Net.

From: Doug Date: July 25, 2011 at 17:33
First of all, Def Leppard is a favorite of mine, ever since their debut. IMO, they have not put out a legitimate live album all these years, because quite simply, and let's be honest, Elliott is not the best singer in our rock worlds. Yeah, he has a good tone, but for a studio. I've watched and listened to him since his high school daze and he's often pitchy and a bit lazy as a singer. BUT, having said that, I’ll probably still check it out. They’re Def Leppard!!

From: Doug Date: August 25, 2011 at 15:27
I did check this out and still maintain my position about “live” Elliott. This album is not bad though; the DVD really makes the purchase worth it. With a 32 year career span, it’s hard to fit all the songs everyone would want on a live album; simply not going to please everyone. Having said that, glaring omissions for me are "Let it Go," “Promises,” and “Now.”

From: ghettonation73 Date: May 12, 2018 at 9:00
I always say buy all of their material and make your own greatest hits compilation.

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