Def Leppard – Euphoria (1999)

Album Review

Even though Slang successfully revitalized Def Leppard, it didn’t become a huge hit, which was a disappointment, considering that the band adjusted their sound to fit the times. Taking that into account, Def Leppard set out to make a classic Def Leppard album with Slang’s successor, Euphoria. And, surprisingly, that’s exactly what they’ve delivered. From the outset, it’s clear that Euphoria finds the band returning to the glam-inflected, unabashedly catchy, arena-ready pop-metal that made them stars — and it’s also clear that they’re not concerned with having a hit, they just want to make a good record. For them, that means returning to the pop-metal formula that made Pyromania and… Read more on allmusic.com

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