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Def Leppard

Yeah!

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Bludgeon Riffola/Island

Catalog Number: B0006928-02

Average Rating: 56 / 100 (22 ratings)

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Personnel
Joe Elliott Lead Vocals, Piano, Percussion, Guitar
Rick Savage Bass, Backing Vocals
Rick Allen Drums
Vivian Campbell Guitars, Backing Vocals
Phil Collen Guitars, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals

John Bro Campbell Saxophone
Stevie Vann-Lange Backing Vocals
Justin Hawkins Steve Priest
Ronan Mchugh Mellotron
Ian Hunter Master Of Ceremonies
Emm Grynor Piano, Backing Vocals
Anita Thomas-Collen Backing Vocals
Kristine Elliott Backing Vocals
Tracks
1.  20th Century Boy  3:40  Cover: T. Rex
2.  Rock On  2:53  Cover: David Essex
3.  Hanging On The Telephone  2:22  Cover: Blondie
4.  Waterloo Sunset  3:38  Cover: The Kinks
5.  Hell Raiser  3:19  Cover: Sweet
6.  10538 Overture  4:30  Cover: Electric Light Orchestra
7.  Street Life  3:26  Cover: Roxy Music
8.  Drive-In Saturday  4:07  Cover: David Bowie
9.  Little Bit Of Love  2:33  Cover: Free
10.  Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll  3:28  Cover: Mott The Hoople
11.  No Matter What  2:51  Cover: Badfinger
12.  He's Gonna Step On You Again  4:04  Cover: John Kongos
13.  Don't Believe A Word  2:19  Cover: Thin Lizzy
14.  Stay With Me  4:39  Cover: Faces
15.  Action Live 2005 - Target Bonus Track  4:03  Cover: Sweet
16.  When I'm Dead And Gone Target Bonus Track  3:17  Cover: McGuinness Flint
  
Total Running Time:  55:09

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From: TIM (2) Date: June 6, 2006 at 8:26
Already to be found on eBay for CD Single prices,this is a contract-fulfilling album that serves little other purpose. The covers are so close to the originals it just has no longevity. The material choice is the good, the bad, & the ugly. The first 5 tracks are all pretty good (the BLONDIE tune actually works VERY well), but tracks 7, 8 & 12 are awful beyond belief. Buy it cheap, spin it once or twice in anticipation of any new studio release, but it will then be quickly forgotten. 5/10.

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From: Jez Date: June 6, 2006 at 14:05
Spot on TIM (2) - Good for the first 5 tracks then goes completely downhill, until 'Don't Believe A Word' and 'Stay With Me' which pick things up again (slightly). Odd tracks might get the occassional spin, but the whols disc definately won't. If it's a contract album then ok, But please get on an release an all new DL Album and not in 6 years time!!!!

From: Remastered Reason Date: June 7, 2006 at 21:55
Disappointed? Yeah, you bet. It's pathetic that fans have had to wait another 4 years for an album. And what do we get? Well, considering it's a bunch of songs that the band particularly like is admirable. What is unacceptable is the fact that a tribute album could have been recorded overnight & released the next day. Moreover, some bands are remembered for the classics they have covered & made them their own. I'm fairly certain Def Leppard has not accomplished that here.

From: Metal T Date: June 13, 2006 at 7:19
I seem to recall a particular version of "No Matter What" from Lillian Axe "Poetic Justice" album that absolutely smokes this watered down half-ass rendition.

From: masmusic Date: June 13, 2006 at 10:20
This release sucks big time! The boys have really lowered them selves with this release. It takes no talent to put out an entire CD of covers by other groups. Total waste of time & money!!

From: christian Date: June 27, 2006 at 12:38
What a shit of album. I and the fans of the band wanted a new album with new songs, not cover. Why? It's very pathetic. By Italy

From: Doug Date: June 27, 2006 at 16:48
Agree! CD is indeed sort of forgettable. And yes, Lillian Axe's version of "No Matter What" is WAY better! Only track that I do like is Thin Lizzy's "Don't Believe a Word," but only because its a rockin' tune.

From: pereira Date: June 27, 2006 at 22:48
i never again listened to any def lappard albums from SLANG onwards, because i got ripped off by def leppard when i payed 15 euros to by the slang cd, the had to sell it for a miserable 5 euros! i dont know about this album, but considering def leppard isnt def leppard anymore, i wont even bother downloading this album! YEAH??? - NO! NO! - is more the adequete title for this album!

From: Geoff Date: June 28, 2006 at 2:48
I suspect that urine would taste better than how this album sounds. I love DL, have enjoyed all their albums after the debut... but this is shit, no other way of putting it. Why a band would fill an album full of shit not even on par with their own weakest original tracks is just beyond me. A complete waste of everybody's time. I hope they forget this mistake and create a great new album... I'd weep if this was how they ended their career.

From: Erik Date: June 28, 2006 at 12:11
Its a crying shame that shit like this is being put out on the market whilst other bands are struggling for a contract. I was blown away back in the day with the Hysteria album. One of my all time favorite albums overall. But that a band of that magnitude can sink so low is pathetic. I am done with them. 1/10

From: GlenRavine Date: June 29, 2006 at 14:58
Garbage - covers big whip - a cop out from a class band. Invest in the time in new material as oppose to covers. Nothing new here.

From: briscoe1 Date: July 9, 2006 at 14:46
Very disappointed in this cd. I listened to it once and wouldn't be upset if someone used it as a coaster.

From: rene Date: July 15, 2006 at 12:45
Of course this is disappointing but the boys did what they wanted to do. Still, if you listen to it 3 or 4 times it get better but the first time i listen to it, i didnt realy like it. Now i do, some songs more then other songs to be honest, but not bad at all. Nice to read about each song in the cd booklet, that is realy great. For that you will have to buy the cd motherfuukers.

From: mauricio Date: August 1, 2006 at 19:48
Hi-from COSTARICA,hummm,hummm,la verdad yo tengo 11 años de no comprar un disco de esta gente y a decir verdad no vale la pena en escucharlo,un vecino mio lo tiene y nada que ver,ya en mi pais nadie se acuerda de ellos,la magia se les fue.ni se calienten la cabeza en escucharlo 0/10

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: November 20, 2006 at 20:28
Bueno, yo difiero con algunos colegas. Me parece un excelente disco de versiones de clásicos de finales de los 60´s, 70´s del glam rock británico (caso Bowie, T. rex, aunque por ahi se mete Blondie que no eran británicos). Ok... si bien es cierto que Leppard se suben al carro de la moda de hacer versiones, la gran virtud es que, en este YEAH! estan bien realizadas, esos clásicos pasan por el sonido Leppard sin perder la esencia que les caracterizaba e interpretadas en forma muy interesante...

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: November 20, 2006 at 20:36
Y es un hecho que Leppard ya no suenan como en los 80´s, en YEAH! no debemos esperar el sonido Leppard clásico a plenitud, sin embargo en "Rock On", nos encontramos con un tema al puro estilo Leppard, quizá ese tema que ellos hayan escuchado en sus inicios hayan sido el germen de futuros clasicos como "Rock of Ages", noten la similitud de los coros. "No Matter What" contiene melodia y coros que no desentonarian en discos como "Adrenalize"... Ahora, de ahi para adelante, entontramos...

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: November 20, 2006 at 20:43
versiones de sonido muy ingles, eso es la constante en este disco. Es decir, si lo que se espera es un disco tipico de Def Leppard, pues no es lo que vamos a encontrar aqui... pero si lo que se tiene en cuenta es un disco interesante y con versiones bien realizadas, pues YEAH! es un excelente material... en muchas publicaciones y revistas especializadas, Yeah! ha obtenido muy buenos comentarios, siendo nada mas en este sitio donde me he encontrado con comentarios sectarios y muy subjetivos

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: November 20, 2006 at 20:49
Lo cual no quiere decir, que no respete nada de lo que los colegas han expresado, simplemente no estoy de acuerdo con algunos de los comentarios expuestos, nada mas... Ahora que si me preguntan ¿Yeah! es el disco que yo queria escuchar? pues no... y si la pregunta es ¿Yeah! es el disco que yo esperaba de Leppard? la respuesta es si, dada la tendencia musical que el grupo ha venido manejando ciertamente no me esperaba otro PYROMANIA... Y que quede claro que yo soy de los desea que Leppard...

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: November 20, 2006 at 20:53
que Def Leppard vuelvan al estilo que los hizo grandes, claro que seria grandioso, pero no por eso voy a decir que este es un mal disco, cuando en realidad se trata de un muy buen material, aunque, claro esta... lejos de las grandes joyas de Leppard, entiendase HIGH N´DRY, ADRENALIZE, y las obras maestras perfectas que son: "PYROMANIA" y "HYSTERIA".

From: diferaos Date: June 8, 2007 at 8:50
Este es un muy buen disco de versiones. Eso sí, ni medianamente se acerca al sonido Leppard de sus primeros años pero eso no desmerece en nada la calidad del Yeah!. Versiones muy bien logradas. Saludos. Diego (mundorock@gmail.com).

From: wsr88d Date: July 28, 2007 at 9:44
Ok, I am a DL fanatic all the way, and I know a lot of people have had a hard time absorbing this album. Yes, it is a cover's album, however, I think this is an interesting release for the band. WHY. If you really want to know who DL are, and where they got their inspiration from this will tell you. It will take many listens, to get used to it - however if you listen real close you can hear the riffs,licks & styles they "borrowed" from their idols (British rock mainly)throughout their career. B

From: wsr88d Date: July 28, 2007 at 9:45
Ok, I am a DL fanatic all the way, and I know a lot of people have had a hard time absorbing this album. Yes, it is a cover's album, however, I think this is an interesting release for the band. WHY. If you really want to know who DL are, and where they got their inspiration from this will tell you. It will take many listens, to get used to it - however if you listen real close you can hear the riffs,licks & styles they "borrowed" from their idols (British rock mainly)throughout their career. B

From: Melodic Man Date: August 9, 2007 at 7:55
Muhahahah,it goes down from album to album ! Crap all the way...... Now i put my Hysteria CD in the player and think of the good times !

From: Icebreaker Date: October 13, 2007 at 6:09
1 point for "Waterloo sunset" - the rest sucks! Bad, bad album. A shame...

From: Rycheage Date: October 13, 2007 at 11:08
Wow this is an almost complete waste of the listener's time and fan's money. The only 2 tracks I enjoyed just a little were "Hanging On The Telephone" which does work quite well and "No Matter What". I know the Lillian Axe version smokes this one but I like it anyway. As for the rest, buy it cheap, put the best track(s) on your MP3 player and use the disc as a nice looking coaster.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 13, 2007 at 12:58
Agree with you Rycheage this one really will work this summer hehe regards m8

From: Rambo Rockerman Date: January 20, 2008 at 11:08
This is really slapping the fans with this CD.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: December 30, 2009 at 12:38
I'd rather gouge my eardrums out with a rusty butterknife than be forced to listen to this musical abomination again. I'd rather be stripped naked, slathered in barbecue sauce, and tossed into a pit of starving cannibals than hear this travesty spew like vomit from my speakers ever again. Yeah, this sucks every bit as badly as you've heard.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 2, 2011 at 22:41
Acceptable cover album but not all the covers are really exciting IMHO...why?? you might ask and the answer is simple...they added in some of them that "modern touch" in sound that somehow weaken the essence of the songs(some songs as i said)...the best or more sincere ones are the ones of T-Rex,David Essex,Blondie,Sweet,Mott The Hoople,Thin Lizzy( ) & Faces...a matter of tastes i guess but just that,acceptable nothing more...75/100


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