Def Leppard Splitting Up Recent Live Recording On CD, Vinyl

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

Def Leppard will re-issue its recently released live recording London to Vegas next month as two separate releases.

The two concerts that are featured in the original recording will release as limited edition standalone 2CD presentations.  They are scheduled for release Oct. 16.  The band’s Hysteria at the O2 makes up one half of the overall presentation while the band’s Hits Vegas, Live at Planet Hollywood makes up the second half of the recording.

The Hysteria at the O2 concert was originally recorded in December 2018.  The band performed its hit certified 10X Platinum album Hysteria in its entirety during the concert.  Some other fan favorites were also featured as part of the concert.

Hits VegasLive at Planet Hollywood was recorded six months after the band’s performance at the O2 Arena in London at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theatre.  The concert also took place shortly after the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Pre-orders are open for the 2CD presentations as well as a limited edition 3LP vinyl pressing of the Las Vegas concert.  That recording is scheduled for release Dec. 11.

Audiences can view the band’s performance of ‘Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad’ from the band’s Las Vegas performance here.

More information on London to Vegas is available online now along with all of Def Leppard’s latest news and more at:










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