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The Def Leppard EP

Def Leppard

Type:
EP
Release date:
January 1979
Catalog ID:
SRTS/78/CUS 232
Label:
Bludgeon Riffola
Format:
7" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Limitation:
1000 copies
Reviews:
None yet
Side A
1. Ride into the Sun 02:45   Show lyrics
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2. Getcha Rocks Off 03:29   Show lyrics
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Side B
3. The Overture 07:24   Show lyrics
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  13:38  
Band members
Joe Elliott Vocals (lead), Songwriting (tracks 1-3)
Frank Noon Drums
Rick "Sav" Savage Bass, Vocals (backing), Songwriting (tracks 1-3)
Pete Willis Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (backing), Songwriting (tracks 2, 3)
Steve Clark (R.I.P. 1991) Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing), Songwriting (tracks 2, 3)
Miscellaneous staff
Pete Willis Producer
Joe Elliott Producer
Rick "Sav" Savage Producer
John Wood Photography
Dave Jeffery Artwork
Nick Cartwright Mixing
Roy Neave Engineering
Keith Herd Engineering
Steve Clark (R.I.P. 1991) Producer
Joe Elliott Vocals (lead), Songwriting (tracks 1-3)
Frank Noon Drums
Rick "Sav" Savage Bass, Vocals (backing), Songwriting (tracks 1-3)
Pete Willis Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (backing), Songwriting (tracks 2, 3)
Steve Clark (R.I.P. 1991) Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing), Songwriting (tracks 2, 3)
Pete Willis Producer
Joe Elliott Producer
Rick "Sav" Savage Producer
John Wood Photography
Dave Jeffery Artwork
Nick Cartwright Mixing
Roy Neave Engineering
Keith Herd Engineering
Steve Clark (R.I.P. 1991) Producer
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The first pressing on the band's own label limited to 1000 units, some without a sleeve, all featuring a red label.

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Added on: 2005-11-28 06:35:43 Last modified on: 2014-10-28 23:43:47
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