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Mirror Ball - Live & More (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Mirror Ball - Live & More (Deluxe Version) by Def Leppard. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:59:16 minutes.

Artist: Def Leppard
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:59:16
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No. Title Length
1. Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop) [Live] 3:55
2. Rocket (Live) 4:29
3. Animal (Live) 4:02
4. C'Mon C'Mon (Live) 4:00
5. Make Love Like a Man (Live) 5:56
6. Too Late for Love (Live) 5:17
7. Foolin' (Live) 5:06
8. Nine Lives (Live) 3:35
9. Love Bites (Live) 7:28
10. Rock On (Live) 5:10
11. Two Steps Behind (Live) 4:29
12. Bringin' On the Heartbreak (Live) 5:08
13. Switch 625 (Live) 4:14
14. Hysteria (Live) 6:20
15. Armageddon It (Live) 5:19
16. Photograph (Live) 4:35
17. Pour Some Sugar On Me (Live) 5:05
18. Rock of Ages (Live) 6:11
19. Let's Get Rocked (Live) 6:11
20. Action (Live) 4:01
21. Bad Actress (Live) 3:31
22. Undefeated 4:40
23. Kings of the World 6:12
24. It's All About Believin' 4:22



The Kings of ‘80s heavy metal release their first-ever live album and it’s packed with just about every song that made them a household name. Def Lep were known as an impeccable studio band who labored for months to perfect each track. Yet this live album proves the band can reproduce it on stage. Songs from High ‘n’ Dry, Pyromania, Hysteria, Adrenalize and Songs From the Sparkle Lounge combine for a magical force. “Bringing On the Heartbreak” proves everyone in the audience knows the song from beginning to end. David Essex’s spooky tune “Rock On” retains its Def Lep flavor. Singer Joe Elliot brings his bloodcurdling howl for “Foolin’,” “Too Late for Love,” “Rock of Ages” and “Pour Some Sugar On Me.” The album finishes with three new studio tracks. “Kings of the World” is a powerful, dynamic tune centered at the piano before building to its climax. “It’s All About Believin’” features more of the classic Def Lep sound. Great songs and performances throughout.