All shows are soundboards unless otherwise noted. All files are .zips containing mp3s converted @ 160kbps. Once you've downloaded a file, it's yours to keep. Burn it, redistribute it, pass out copies on the street, I don't care.

Note: Well, they kicked my ass off YouTube, so no more samples.

Saturday, December 30, 2006

Def Leppard-Los Angeles 1983

Here's Def Leppard at the L.A. Forum on the Pyromania tour.
Sounds like a radio broadcast.

Disc 1
1. Rock, Rock (Till You Drop)
2. Rock Brigade
3. High 'n Dry (Saturday Night)
4. Another Hit And Run
5. Billy's Got A Gun
6. Mirror, Mirror (Look Into My Eyes)
7. Foolin'
8. Photograph
9. Rock Of Ages

Disc 2
1. Bringin' On The Heartbreak
2. Switch 625
3. Steve Clark solo
4. Let It Go
5. Wasted
6. Stagefright
7. Traveling Band (with Brian May)



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do you have no, no no, live?

Anonymous said...

Jesus, could the album cover be more appropriate for a September 11th show?!


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I was at this gig and can't remember Brain May coming out, & I wasn't pissed cause I was only 14!

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