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Def Leppard - On Through the Night album download

Def Leppard - On Through the Night album download

Def Leppard
On Through the Night
British Metal,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,New Wave of British Heavy Metal,Pop-Metal
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On Through the Night is the debut studio album by the English rock band Def Leppard, released on 14 March 1980. The album was produced by Tom Allom. It charted at No. 15 on the UK Albums Chart and No. 51 on the Billboard 200. The album features re-recorded versions of "Rocks Off" and "Overture", tracks from the band's original independently released EP, The Def Leppard . Other tracks are re-recorded versions of early demos, some of which later appeared on the First Strike and Warchild bootlegs

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Гитарист DEF LEPPARD: Мне-то на Зал славы пофиг,. 30 мар 2019 : DEF LEPPARD введены в Зал славы рок-н-ролла. Well in the middle of the night And the early morning light You can hear them a million miles away They'll be bangin' on their drums Bangin' on your door Waving their flags telling you the score Watch out for the rock brigade (Rock brigade) Oh no. it's the rock brigade (Rock brigade) Look out for the rock brigade Leading you away, away So when they hit your town You'd better get down I'm tellin' no lies to you mister 'Cos they live for rock'n'roll They'll try to steal your soul Might even try to steal your sister Oh Watch out for the rock.

On Through the Night (Летя Сквозь Ночь) - дебютный альбом английской рок-группы Def Leppard. Релиз состоялся 14 марта 1980 года на лейблах Vertigo Records (в Великобритании и Европе) и Mercury Records (в США). Well, in the middle of the night And the early morning light You can hear them a million miles away They'll be bangin' on their drums Bangin' on your door Waving their flags telling you to score Watch out for the rock brigade - rock brigade Oh, no it's the rock brigade - rock brigade Look out for the rock brigade Leading you.

When Def Leppard unveiled their debut album, On Through the Night, on March 14, 1980, they were already being touted among the most promising bands of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. But the precocious quintet had bigger plans beyond their homeland’s limited metal consumer base, and their sights were set squarely on making it in the musical promised land known as America. For good measure, the band had also re-recorded two songs from their well-received EP, the sprawling Overture and the rambunctious Getcha Rocks Off, which was re-titled simply Rocks Off (the EP’s third song, Ride into the Sun, was later re-cut for 1990’s Retro Active collection). But if there was one song that seems prescient, in retrospect, it was On Through the Night’s first official single, Hello America.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rock Brigade Joe Elliott / Rick Savage Def Leppard 3:09
2 Hello America Def Leppard 3:27
3 Sorrow Is a Woman Def Leppard 3:54
4 It Could Be You Def Leppard 2:33
5 Satellite Def Leppard 4:28
6 When the Walls Came Tumbling Down Def Leppard 4:44
7 Wasted Steve Clark / Joe Elliott Def Leppard 3:45
8 Rocks Off Def Leppard 3:42
9 It Don't Matter Def Leppard 3:21
10 Answer to the Master Def Leppard 3:13
11 Overture Def Leppard 7:44
  • The very first Def Leppard music I owned was the 45 of "Rock Brigade"/"When The Walls Came Tumbling Down." The NWOBHM was in full swing and I was an eager consumer.I played the 45 until it literally turned grey. Yes, the influences were easy to spot: dual guitar harmonies (Thin Lizzy), somewhat-overdone vocal layering (Queen) - but none of those were BAD influences!The album has been on my playlist ever since I finally got it in about late '81. When Leppard hit it massively with overproduced multiplatinum like "Hysteria" and "Adrenalize," they had already lost me as a listener...after "Pyromania" became so ubiquitous and they started distancing themselves from the scene that had spawned them and focussing on America (much to the understandable consternation of their British fans) I completely lost interest.This album, even for such a young band (some members were still in their teens!) shows a musical maturity (Judas Priest producer Tom Allom didn't hurt) but yet the rawness of the NWOBHM. No, it's not perfect, and a couple of the songs are just goofy ("Hello America," providing a harbinger of their ultimate focus).However, it's really impossible for me to fault the pure-NWOBHM of "Wasted," the almost-Iron Maiden "Answer To The Master," the live-but-it isn't "Rocks Off," or the Rush-influenced "Overture."I had a girlfriend in the '80s who worshipped this band - at least the albums from "Pyromania" on. When I played this for her, she couldn't believe it was the same band that had done "Photograph," "Pour Some Sugar On Me," etc.It's really sorry and disingenuous how the band have distanced themselves from this album in favour of the over-sanitised radio dreck that admittedly earned them billions in the mid-late '80s. But if you want to hear the ROOTS (however deeply buried) of all that, get this album and "High 'N Dry."

  • Def Leppard metal without the pop. Some prefer it this way (not me), and it's not hard to see why. It's a pretty standard '80's metal offering, with loud guitars and thunderous riffs, but quite a few of the songs kick ass, especially Wasted and Answer To The Master. It's not the Leppards firing on all cylinders, but they attack their material with conviction and skill.

  • If you have been a fan of Def Leppard through out their entire career like me, and started listening to them when they were actually a hard rock/metal band (drummer Rick Allen was 15), then you will love this hard edged album. Cuts like "Rock Brigade", "Wasted" and "When The Walls Come Tumbling Down" are good examples of who their British metal influences are. It also show-cases ever growing writing influence of original rhythm guitarist Pete Willis before alcohol ended his run with the band. This is a highly recommended album for any Def Lep fan that would like to hear what the men sounded like when they were just kids. It's like seeing an adult friend you haven't seen since you were kids and now that you've grown up, you hardly recognize each other. BTW, Joe Elliot's vocals are out of this world on these early albums.

  • I found this record at a flea market and I was really surprised by the quality. I never really understood why Def Leppard used to be classified as a member of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal crowd but On Through the Night proves that they are worthy. This is a really fun listen for classic rock music fans. There is a bit of foreshadowing to the pop rock direction the band took later with songs like Hello America, but there are a lot of underrated hard rock gems on this album.Def Leppard shows a lot of influence from some great 70s groups. They have the dual guitar attack similar to Judas Priest. I did hear some Rush influence, especially on the final track The Overture, but there are songs like Rocks Off and Wasted that are just great hard rock tracks. There are a few songs that stand out but I find this to be a very consistent album for such a young group.Highlights: Rock Brigade, Hello America, Wasted and Rocks Off.

  • I love any of these songs live! Always wondered what this disc of great songs would have sounded like with fuller production. You can imagine it was a tad tough to digest at 14 when I first fell in love with Hysteria, Pyromania, then High 'n' Dry, but it's still an endearing and hard driving, if slightly naive set. Hello America, indeed :)