So Rolling Stone recently polled their readers and asked them what they thought was the best album of the ‘80s. U2’s The Joshua Tree scored the most votes, edging out Guns N’ Roses’ Appetite for Destruction and Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the USA came in fourth, AC/DC’sBack in Black took the number six spot and Metallica’sMaster of Puppets wound up in tenth. See the whole list at RollingStone.com.
This summer, Def Leppard will release their first ever live album, Mirrorball, which also boasts three new songs. Now, singer Joe Elliott is talking about those tracks, telling Billboard.com that “they’re all very different to each other
Def Leppard made two big announcements this week. First, they are releasing a new live album this summer called Mirrorball that not only includes live tracks but also three new studio songs and a bonus DVD with performances and backstage footage
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