Sheffield rockers are so angry with their label over royalties issues that they plan to replace their old recordings with copies Def Leppard want to rerecord their entire discography in an act of revenge against their long-time label. After 30 years with Universal, the rockers want to phase out their recordings for the label, replacing them with faithful "forgeries". According to frontman Joe Elliott, the English band is "at loggerheads" with Universal over royalty payments, especially compensation for digital downloads.
Music label Mercury Records has revealed that the Def Leppard single "Nine Lives" will debut as a downloadable track for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 editions of Neversoft's Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. Two older Def L... Read Post
The '80s rockers claim Universal Music is short-changing them on royalties, so they've reworked "identical" versions of their classics that they can license and sell online. read more Read Post
Tonight, I'm joined by music legends Joe Elliott and Rick Savage, who reflect on their careers with the English rock band Def Leppard. With legions of fans around the world, the pop-metal band has sold more than 100 million records ... Read Post