DEF LEPPARD REVIEW

Def Leppard and Dallas Crane played at the ICC last night and they put on an extraordinary show that took your breath away with every hit they played. German rockers Scorpions withdrew due to illness last night and although fans were greatly disappointed Dallas Crane put on an amazing set to almost full ICC in Sydney. Dallas Crane are a Melbourne rock band that wete formed in 1996 band had great success over the years. They have nominated for ARIA Award Three times. The band consists of four members including Dave Larkin, Pete Satchell, Chris Brodie and Steve Pinkerton.

 

Def Leppard delivered a full rendition of the Hysteria album last night and I can clearly say that everyone was blown away. Hysteria is Def Leppard's fourth studio album and was released in 1987 the band delivered their set with complete precision and wowed the fans with their amazing skill. Def Leppard played with Joe Elliot on vocals, Phil Collen on Guitar and vocals, Vivian Campbell on Guitar and vocals, Rick Savage on Bass and vocals and Rick Allen on Drums and vocals. They delivered a fresh round of hits including "Pour Some Sugar On Me, Rock It, Love Bites and Armageddon".

Def Leppard played songs from the Adrenalize album which was a sight to see and Def Leppard took us on a walk through their History with sound and light show that was truly unforgettable. Def Leppard had photos and videos from their past and a tribute to Steve Clark, who passed away in 1991.

 

Def Leppard closed their set off with let it go, love and hate collide, lets get rocked, rock of ages and photograph. Def Leppard put on a truly amazing show that one could only dream of seeing. I couldn't of asked to view a more spectacular set and I suggest that you buy a ticket now if you haven't already brought one.