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Page Artiste Def Leppard


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  • CD (15 juin 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Bludgeon Riffola
  • ASIN : B00000JOV7
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette
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Disque : 1

  1. Demolition man
  2. Promises
  3. Back in your face
  4. Goodbye
  5. All night
  6. Paper sun
  7. It's only love
  8. 21st century sha la la la girl
  9. To be alive
  10. Disintegrate
  11. Guilty
  12. Day after day
  13. Kings of oblivion


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Par Hellblazer TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 19 juin 2008
Format: CD
Arrivé sans crier gare après un "Slang" explorant de nouveaux sentiers et déboussolant bien l'auditoire, "Euphoria" se ré-inscrit dans la plus pure lignée de "Adrenalize" en reprenant la recette du succés de Def leppard : riffs imparrables, murs de guitares, vocaux à la Brian Adams, rythmes plombés, bref, du grand et du bon. "Demolition Man" attaque la danse dans le vif du sujet sur un tempo rapide qui met d'entrée les pendules à l'heure. La suite n'est quasiment que du bon avec un "Promises" plus mainstream mais bien senti quand même, puis un hyper entrainant "Back in Your Face" doté d'un refrain tueur "à la Def Lep'" ! Si "Goodbye" et "All Night" ne sont pas des titres qui resteront dans la légende, "Paper Sun" est par contre une merveille dans le style "White Lightning", à tomber, sur lequel les guitares font parler la poudre dans une ambiance sidérale. "It's Only Love" est une ballade sucrée plutôt zen, "21st Century Sha la la la Girl", bien rythmée, sort les choeurs et les grattes(bon, avec un titre pareil...) sur un riff sympa, et "To Be Alive" est une autre ballade sensuelle. Excellente surprise avec un "Disintegrate" instrumental décapant totalement génial (façon 2e partie du mythique "Switch 625" porté aux nues sur Pyromania par le regretté Steve Clarke). "Guilty" marque une courte pause avant de remonter à l'assaut avec un "Day After Day" dans la grande tradition du Lep', qui fait taper du pied avec force, tandis que les 2 guitaristes se déchainent. Final réussi avec "Kings of Obivion", un morceau atmosphérique original, qui clôture un disque d'excellente facture, même s'il n'est pas du calibre des best sellers cités en haut de cette chronique. Un album indispensable pour tous les fans de Def Lep, sans aucun doute.
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Depuis la mort de Steve Clark Def Leppard a beaucoup changé et ce Cd est certes beaucoup moins bien que High n dry, Hysteria et Pyromania mais on sent quand même la petite touche Def Leppard qui fait que ça reste bon.
Paper Sun aurait bien pu être une B-side de la période Hysteria par exemple.
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Ouh la le disque vieillit mal! 2 titres de bons. Les reste est sans gloire. C'est mieux que X mais préférez Song from...plus intéressant. 13/20
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Def Leppard resteront les meilleurs dans ce qu'on peut faire de plus grand dans le rock mondial ! donc respect et love and affection forever !!! magnifique album !!!
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HASH(0x8da445d0) étoiles sur 5 Euphoria: The Best Of Def Leppard? 10 mai 2000
Par Joe White - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Def Leppard claims that Euphoria is a return to the Pyromania/Hysteria sound and style. That isn't quite what I hear when I listen to Euphoria but this is a good album, anyway.
The rockers fare better on this album moreso than do the ballads. The fast-paced "Demolition Man", the epic "Paper Sun" and the '70s glam rock-influenced "21st Century Sha La La La Girl" are the highlights on this excellent release. Other noteworthy songs include the dark "Day After Day", the radio-friendly rocker "Promises", the catchy "Guilty" and the Satriani-like instrumental "Disintegrate". Unfortunately, as I stated earlier, the ballads keep this album from being a five star cd. But that's okay, Def Leppard is back.
Is Euphoria Pyromania plus Hysteria? No. I find that while Euphoria does have many similarities to Hysteria, the similarities to Adrenalize, Retro Active and even Slang are stronger than the Pyromania similarities. If you took the best moments off of Retro Active, Slang and Adrenalize, mixed it with the powerful pop-metal of Hysteria, you'd end up with Euphoria. So, in a way, Euphoria is the best of Def Leppard.
Euphoria is Adrenalize on steroids, it's Hysteria injected with the best of Slang. It's the best of post-Pyromania Def Leppard.
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HASH(0x8da44624) étoiles sur 5 Def Leppard's new album is pure magic. 7 novembre 1999
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Format: CD
I've been a huge fan of Def Leppard's for a long time. I have every one of their albums and every single one of them is great. With this new release,Euphoria, Def Leppard goes back to basics and brings out some of their best work. Mutt Lange is also back with Def Lep and worked on three songs with them, Promises, All Night, and It's Only Love. The album starts out with Demolition Man, a fasted pace song that basically says that they are here and they won't take sh** from nobody. Euphoria also has the ballads, Goodbye and To Be Alive. Def Leppard also has an instumental on the album, Disintegrate. This whole album is great and anyone who says Def Leppard died with the 80's, tell them to listen to this album. Move over Limp Bizkit, Korn, and Kid Rock, Def Leppard is here to bring true Rock N' Roll back to the 90's.
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HASH(0x8da447f8) étoiles sur 5 "Euphoria" not "Hysteria".... so what? 14 juin 1999
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Format: CD
First of all, "Euphoria" is NOT "Hysteria" or "Pyromania". It is "Euphoria", it is a separate entity. I'm glad the cats did not produce another "Hysteria" or another one of their albums. My first listen of the CD left me with an awkward feeling and only liking two songs. However, the more I listened to it, the more I began to appreciate each song for its individuality. I enjoyed being able to recognize signature sounds established from the other albums. It is a great change to hear an eclectic collection of rock genres contained in one album by the same artist, from the funky "All Night" to deep and dark, "Paper Sun". I believe that Def Leppard has proven that they are flexible and aren't afraid to try new paths. I continue to be blown away by the sheer genious of these true musicians! Joe Elliott continues to maintain such an incredible vocal range and as one reviewer said, "Phil Collen is God". I too, must agree. While "Disintegrate" played, I thought I was listening to Joe Satriani! I have always been impressed with Collen's musicianship and think that he is underrated as a guitarist, he deserves more recognition for his incredible skills and dedication to music. We should praise "Euphoria" for being "Euphoria" and not any other Leppard creation. I have a wonderful husband, but I don't want two of him when one is plenty! Why would we want another Hysteria? I think Def Leppard did a wonderful job of giving us "High N' Dry", "Pyromania", "Hysteria", "Adrenalize", and "Slang" in one album. Many many thanks and a huge BRAVO to Def Leppard. No disappointments from this fan!
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HASH(0x8da44d2c) étoiles sur 5 Leppardized 8 février 2000
Par Sheng Xiong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First of all, the album "Slang" was never a disappointment. This album needed some "air time" on the radio, which It never did! Never heard one song on tha radio. Songs such as "Breath a sigh", "All I want is everything" would of been smash hits. Not only those two, but the rest of the other tracks would been also. Big Def Lep fans would understand im trying to say, and the peeps that havnt got a taste of Def Lep, watch out.....! Euphoria is an album that kicks these artist in the head....., pop, rock, hip-hop, and heavy metal. Its that good. The tracks are uplifting, juices you up to start the day and go till night. Buy it, it wont disappoint you. "I GUARANTEE IT"
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HASH(0x8da44e4c) étoiles sur 5 Def Leppard still relevant and still rockin' 20 février 2005
Par Diane J. Trautweiler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Def Leppard, those English Lads (with the exception of Vivian Campbell -- sorry, Vivian), whom we've known and loved since their inception in the early 80s, are back with a new album. Joe Elliott, Phil Collen, Vivian Campbell, Rick "Sav" Savage, and Rick Allen are back in your CD players and escaping through your stereo speakers. Yeah, that's right -- you've heard me correctly. So, like, what year is it anyway? 1999, right? Def Leppard's last release was Slang, the black sheep of the Def Leppard catalog. That was in 1996. So, if I know my math, that's three years, instead of four or five, right? Just kidding, chaps . . .

So, Slang was the last effort by the Lep Lads. Now, I know . . . I have eyes and ears and Internet access . . . so I KNOW that Slang went over about as well as watching grass grow on a sunny afternoon would. That's a shame, I'll tell you, because these guys can't win, eh? Slang was too different, too left-turn, for the typical stubborn Lep fan. Well, not this fan. She thought Slang was one of their best efforts (that's another review altogether), and it's still one of her favorites. So crucify me. There, I said it publicly (and I'll say it again). I never did run with the crowd . . .

Well, I can tell you folks who haven't heard this latest release, Euphoria, that it sounds NOTHING like Slang. I would say that this piece of work is a mix of Pyromania and Hysteria. I guess, you could say it is like Adrenalize, too, since I think that disc sounds like Hysteria II. Nothing wrong with that at all . . .

So, the boyz are returning to their roots, sort to speak. So, what do we have here for our listening pleasure? The disc starts off with an awesome, fast-paced, highly infectious rocker called Demolition Man. Next up at the plate is the first single release, Promises. This song is full of harmonizing and has a slight poppy feel to it, but it's likable.

Song #3 is a thumper of a song full of attitude called Back In Your Face. Oh yeah, baby. You said it, not me. Very cool song, indeed. Following that attitude, we turn down a notch with a beautifully lilting ballad called, Goodbye. I'll tell you one thing, these chaps can sure write a bewitching ballad. No snickers, fellas, that takes talent. Ballads will always be in style, say what you want about them, and Def Leppard does the job with beauty and finesse. This is one of their best.

Song numero five is a song titled, All Night Long, which is reminiscent of the song, Slang. It's similar, but not as fast-pasted as Slang. This song, as well as Slang has one thing in common: to these ears, they have similar qualities to a Prince (uh, excuse me, THE ARTIST FORMERLY KNOWN AS PRINCE . . . whew, don't want to make THAT mistake) song. It appears they've been experimenting with a little bit of "dance-ability" to their music.

Now, this next song, Paper Sun, is one of the best on the disc. This song starts out moody, and then -- bam -- it hits you. Then, it goes back to a moody, mid-tempo theme. This song is so good, and has so much feeling to it -- definitely a highlight. Next up to queue is It's Only Love. This is a mid-tempo type of ballad with lots of melody and rich, full harmonies, as well as a chock load of "na na na na na's" thrown in there for good measure. It's a good song, but not as good as Goodbye.

Song number eight, 21st Century Sha La La Girl, is another fast-paced, vocal-rap rocker with a catchy chorus. I dare you to try not to tap your toe to this one, or to get the chorus out of your head. Another ballad follows next, titled, To Be Alive. The beginning of this song is reminiscent of Love Bites from Hysteria. It's a lovely song, and it comes close, but Goodbye is still a SMIDGEN better.

Disintegrate, a rocker-instrumental, is next. Nothing overly exciting about it, except it would fit really well during an action scene in a movie. I appreciate instrumentals, but they have to really hit me between the eyes with either their complexity, beauty, or jam-ability. This is just . . . some rock riffs. Not bad but not exceptional. I figure, they stuck this song in there so you could take a leak in between or get a snack, kind of like the way a commercial functions as an intermission from a TV program. Guilty is next, and I don't feel guilty in saying that it's a NICE song. What I mean by a nice song is it's full of those melodies, it's mid-tempo, it's pleasing to the ear, but it doesn't stand out.

Ooh, now this is exciting. A gem of a song called, Day After Day, is next, and this is one of those really cool songs that reminds you of the days of Pyromania. This is classic Def Leppard all the way with the rocking beat, the moody, wailing guitars, and Joe's voice singing full of angst emotion. Last, but not least, is Kings of Oblivion, which is a high-octane rocker full of ferocious emotion. If I remember correctly, I recall actually hearing this song on the radio before this disc was released, and not knowing who sang this song. The voice sounded familiar . . . but I couldn't place it until I had the disc home and listened to it. Nonetheless, awesome song, and a great way to end the disc.

I have to add one thing I despise of that this band does: They don't include the lyrics inside the disc. I'm a lyric person -- a lover of words -- and guys, I want to see your words. So, I say to the band: Include the bloody lyrics next time. I tell ya, you and those Aerosmith guys are greedy with your lyrics. Yeah, I know Slang had the lyrics, but EVERY disc should have it. When you have something to say, and you say it as well as a band like Def Leppard does, YOU INCLUDE THE LYRICS. Okay, I vented. :o)

And so, the question now posed to the listener is this: Are you euphoric after listening to Def Leppard's newest release? Well, for me, I think it was a smashing effort on their part -- simply bloody smashing. I think they captured the sound that the fans have loved them for all along. This disc reeks of classic Def Leppard, hearkening back to the good ol' days when the radio played real music by real bands. Playing-wise, the band gets better and more seamless, and Joe Elliott's voice gets better with age. So, what are you waiting for? It's time for a little Euphoria.

© Written by Diane Trautweiler on July 11, 1999.
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