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|From: RClap||Date: October 30, 2013 at 19:57|
|The set list is very very good. I miss some Pyromania songs. The blu ray and DVD have the very best high definition video and the sound is awesome. Highly recommended. 95/100|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: November 2, 2015 at 7:55|
|You would think that D.L was ashamed of their first 2 albums as they actually play a set on "Disc 2" as their own opening band on the down-low "Deb Flatbird" (80s'hair band witness protection program). God knows during their regular tours in the last 20-30 years maybe 1 song from High N Dry/ On through the Night makes it on their set list. Grant it Joe Elliot's register can't handle the high notes like he use to which is expected in his 50's. The Vegas crowd of middle age soccer moms looks like deer caught in the head lights as if it wasn't a hit I don't want to hear it, and I'm going back to the all you can eat buffet. "Def Leppard as Deb Flatbird at Hard Rock 2013" YOUTUBE (complete set) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAMU9hYkckU DEF LEPPARD Ded Flatbird Pt. 2 (LIVE) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUwLpY4Bi7c|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: November 3, 2015 at 22:53|
|Dude, it's funny you say that about Deb Flatbird, because it confirms what Phil Collen said a decade ago, when some interviewer asked him how come they never play much from the first two albums. He said they might like to, and had tried it, but the crowds didn't know what the hell was going on, and reacted somewhat less than joyously to songs like "Mirror Mirror" and "Wasted." As for the Hysteria performance itself ... it ain't doin' it for me. And i say that as somebody who absolutely loved Hysteria in its time. It was one of the first hard-rock tapes I ever owned as a third-grader first dipping my toe into these dark waters, along wiith Appetite For Destruction and a few others that didn't have nearly the impact. Nowadays, I think Hysteia's appeal is mostly nostalgia for me, and it has been surpassed by High n' Dry as the Def Lep album I listen to most often. (A wellspring of great riffs to learn as well.)|
|From: JapLance||Date: September 26, 2023 at 6:44|
|@MetallianStallion Thanks for that link. The 2nd one is gone, but the first one is pure gold. @Doghouse Reilly that's exactly how I feel with DL. I lost faith in them after Hysteria (I still enjoyed Retroactive, but that's technically older songs).|
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