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Retro Active Compilation

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Page Artiste Def Leppard


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  • Cassette (5 octobre 1993)
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Bludgeon Riffola
  • ASIN : B000001E22
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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  1. Desert song
  2. Fractured love
  3. Action
  4. Two steps behind
  5. She's too tough
  6. Miss you in a heartbeat
  7. Only after dark
  8. Ride into the sun
  9. From the inside
  10. Ring of fire
  11. I wanna be your hero
  12. Miss you in a heartbeat
  13. Two steps behind


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Format: CD
Retro Active est une sorte de compilation regroupant des B-Sides et autres morceaux inédits sortis des fonds de placards.
Et pour des titres considèrés comme "second couteau" sur les vinyls de l'epoque, on peut constater avec enchantement comme DEF LEPPARD a le sens de la composition et le désir de produire des chansons de qualité, même si cela doit combler les besoins d'un album. On redecouvre avec plaisir "I wanna be your hero" "Desert Song" "Ring Of Fire" à la sonorité si frappante de l'epoque Hysteria / Adrenalize. A noter egalement les magnifiques ballades "Two Steps Behind" ( B.O du film Last Action Hero ) et "Miss You In a Heartbeat" aux 2 versions accoustiques et electriques. "Action" est le morceau le plus excitant avec ses rythmes entraînants et son solo de guitare.
Un album collector pour tous les vrais fans de DEF LEPPARD à posséder donc !
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J'ai entendu des disques de faces-B nettement pire que ça ! Je dois même dire que j'en ai même peu entendu de meilleurs... Dans l'ensemble très heavy, cet album serait un peu de le Mister Leppard du Docteur Def : son coté bad boys... Les 13 titres sont excellents, rien n'est à jeter. "Desert Song", "Action", "She's Too Tough", "Fractured Love", "Only After Dark", "Ring of fire", "Ride into the Sun" et "I Wanna Be Your Hero" sont des morceaux hyper accrocheurs, rentre-dedans, ultra efficaces et dynamiques, qu'il est vraiment étonnant de retrouver reléguées en face B ! Les ballades sont également superbes : "Two Steps Behind" et "Miss You in a Heartbeat", de plus en versions accoustique ET électrique. Seul "From the Inside" et ses sonorités péruviennes est un peu en deçà. Bref, on tient là un vrai grand disque de Def Leppard, qu'il ne faut pas commettre l'erreur de méconsidérer à cause de son statut de "fonds de tiroirs". Attention la claque !
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mais bon dieu comment ces titres ne sont à l'origine que des faces b???? pour moi c'est l'un des meilleurs du def voire le meilleur!!!! des titres comme "desert song" "fractured love" "action" le sublime "two steps behind" "only after dark" sont indémodable et meme d'une puissance musical extreme!!!! "i wanna be your hero" complete mon envie d'évasion, oui car à l'écoute de cet opus une seule chose à la tete une belle évasion, oui quand on écoute du hard comme celui là et bien je crois que le reste
et vraiment superflu......
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Oui, c'est mieux qu'Adrenalize et cela reste un album fort plaisant à écouter et dans l'ensemble bien fichu. Mais encore une fois, et je me répète, après Hysteria, cela sent le rechauffé, au même titre que les albums Load et Re-Load qui ont suivi le Black Album de Metallica. Il y a un avant et un après. Et je ne suis pas sûr que le groupe (ou leur "fans") s'en remettent un jour...
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17 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9e246b40) étoiles sur 5 The Missing Album 4 novembre 2005
Par Steve Sauer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Wow! I am completely blown away by this album. How I ever missed is it till now I'll never know. It is really, really good. It's one of those albums you put in and right away you know you've got a classic. If your a fan of the Pre-Hysteria Def Leppard you will be thanking yourself for picking this up.

A half a dozen of the tracks rock as hard as any of the music they have ever released. Don't miss it!
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HASH(0x9e246f6c) étoiles sur 5 AWESOME 12 janvier 2000
Par cd-heaven - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Surprisingly, this is truly a great album, even though it is regarded as a unreleased/b-sides collection, the material on here is worthy of being called top-notch album quality. If you took all the great songs from all rest of Def Leps 1990's albums, you still couldn't accumulate enough to surpass this one. Only 2 good songs are on Adrenalize, maybe 2 on Slang, and 6 on Euphoria, you still can't touch Retro Active's 11 song that are all excellent. Most of the material on here is from the Hysteria sessions, and the rest come from Adrenalize sessions, being cover songs and canned material. There is 1 or 2 songs on here that were recorded for this CD. Steve Clark,R.I.P., appears on a handful of tracks, and newcomer Vivian is on a few as well. This CD has a ton of rockers like Desert Song, Fractured Love, Action, She's Too Tough, and Ring Of Fire, among others. But the standouts are the two ballads, Two Steps Behind and Miss You In A Heartbeat, both presented in electric and acoustic versions. All-in-all a superb album, that should be considered a regular album, and by far the best one since Hysteria.
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HASH(0x9e246fc0) étoiles sur 5 NOW I remember why I bought "X" 7 mai 2004
Par D. Rausch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Not too long ago, Def Leppard was one of the most exciting bands in rock; they were popular AND talented, a dynamite combination of one part brain, one part heart, and one part libido, that mixed up one of the best formulas around. Unfortunately, critics started blaming them for just that - "The Formula." Then, in recent years, as they've been trying to fight their way out of "The Formula" label, fewer people have been noticing/caring, and critics that DO notice make sure to slam them for trying to be something they are not. Alas, in the case of Def Leppard, I DO agree with that unfortunate claim.
Regardless of what type of person you are, Leppard Hater, Leppard Lover, Leppard "They [stunk] since Hysteria" -er, Leppard "I stumbled on this page by accident" -er, or other - er -, if you, like me, wish the real Def Leppard would please stand up, buy Retro Active and prepare to get more of your 15 bucks worth than you have in awhile. It's been a decade since this last great Def Leppard Album, but a decade isn't as much as one might think, given it would take another quick decade after this to go back to their Pyromania days. And the bottom line is that, not so long ago, they really were on a role, musically speaking. I can't believe how much I almost forgot how much I loved this band till I threw this on the stereo a few weeks ago - and subsequently haven't been able to stop listening to it. "X" really is a bad album, so bad, it brainwashed me into temporarily losing too much respect for the band. It's hard for me to tell if they really have always been a little too money hungry, but regardless, if you like good music, let's put everything aside and proclaim the wonderful evolutionary direction the band was going in the early 90's, with the wonderful succession of Pyromania to Hysteria to Adrenalize to ironically, a "retro" album.
Without giving it all away, here's a quick runthrough of the wonderfully long (did I mention you get your money's worth) and successfully diverse (keyword - SUCCESSFULLY) song roster. "Desert Song" took awhile to grow on me, but once it did, I woke up to the AMAZING guitar solos -- they were showing signs of prog with their choices of scale usages and rhythmic motives! And they STILL managed to be catchy. I wish they would have taken that idea and made all of their subsequent music with that in mind. "Fractured Love" has highly effective percussive elements while still keeping a shoutalong chorus (think the next logical step after "Rocket"). The way they covered "Action" really blows me away, as I wish their own writing was as experimental yet quality filled as those that influenced them. There are the hits "Two Steps Behind" and "Miss You in a Heartbeat", both with acoustic and electric versions. The latter has a piano/vocal version also.
Personally, the electric version of "Two Steps Behind" is one of their best all time moments, it just takes me to another world. Fans of the "Leppard Layering technique" - with guitars upon guitars and vocals upon vocals - will not be disappointed. Joe Elliot plays some cool (albeit inexcusably short) boogie woogie piano as the intro to a revision of one of their earliest songs ("Ride into the Sun"), and REALLY hits the jackpot with the gutwrenchingly highly artistic collaboration with the Hothouse Flowers ("From the Inside"). The marriage of music to lyrics here is supreme. The driving d minor riff to "Ring of Fire" will have you hypnotized into playing it yourself for hours on end, and "I wanna be your hero" and "She's Too Tough" are way too strong to merely exist as B Sides.
I could go on forever, but I believe my point is made. Who REALLY is Def Leppard? It's always controversial to answer a question like that with one particular album, released, years ago, and ESPECIALLY when the answer isn't "Hysteria." And in fact, it's not that it's not "Hysteria". Again, "Retro Active" is a collection of all sorts of various material, much of which was originally given birth along with that landmark album from 1987.
Bottom line: THIS is why today's rock music is inexcusable. It (including Leppard) has only gotten worse since then, and with an album like this, there really is something here for everyone. Why aren't today's bands feeling more of a kick in the [rear]? It's because not even the record companies think that music is in a lot of trouble.
If you feel the same way, email me.
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HASH(0x9e247324) étoiles sur 5 retro rocks 5 août 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Retro active, Def Leppard's compilation album of B-sides totally rocks, the songs are really heavy and the ballads are perfect, Desert song is an awesome opening song with an amazing guitar solo by Steve Clark and cool chorus, the song mostly tells a story about a person trapped in the desert. Fracured love the second song starts off soft but then gets really heavy, really cool song. Action is a song by a band called Sweet and leppard did a cover version and the song really stands out. Two Steps Behind is a really nice acoustic ballad that makes you want to sing along with the chorus. She's Too Tough is another song the band covered and is a fast rocker. Miss u In a Heartbeat is another really nice piano ballad and there is 3 versions of it on the album, GOD WHY SO MUCH!. Only After Dark is another cover song the band did, originally recorded by Mick Ronson it is a catchy melodic song. Ride into the Sun is a epic tune on the album, it was the first song the band ever committed to vinyl on their first ep, all they did was change some of the lyrics,but a really hard driving rock song. From the inside is a folky ballad telling about the pitfalls of herione use, probably the softest song on the album. Ring of fire is a cool heavy rock song with a really awesome guitar riff, (I wonder if the band got the title from Johny Cash?) I Wanna Be Your Hero is a ballad and a rock song mixed in one, alot like Too Late For Love. The last two songs on the album are electric versions of Two Steps Behind and Miss u in a heartbeat,both sound great. Listen for the piano only version of Miss U In a Heartbeat stuck at the very end.
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HASH(0x9e24712c) étoiles sur 5 Last great 80s hard rock album 9 février 2004
Par John A. Bianco - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While Def Leppard had an an "official" album a year earlier, Adrenalise, it was lacking they very important songwriting influence of Steve Clark due to his passing a year earlier, and as a result the focus was lacking, and also the result was dramatically overproduced.
While these were outakes and unfinshed tracks, the results here were dramatically differnt. Here Clarks influence in songwriting and his actual guitar tracks were present. Also, the production here was their most stripped down since High and Dry, the result is a solid album full of rockers and a couple of high quality ballads.
Not to say the album doesnt have a couple of duds, such as the cover of Mick Ronsons Only After Dark, plus the electric versions of Miss you in a heartbeat and Two steps behind, but otherwise this is a top shelf effort. The real shame here is this album was not released 3 or even 2 years earlier than it was, it would have topped the charts for months and sold millions of copies, but it came out in 93, 2 years after Nirvana hit. None the less any fan of 80s style hard rock, a era that emerged with Van Halens debut in 78 should get this CD, it was a fun 15 years, and this album is a fitting end.
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