DEF LEPPARD: Indian Dates Announced

According to The Def Leppard Satellite Of Love, DEF LEPPARD will tour India in 2008, making stops in Bangalore on May 16, and at the MMRDA Grounds, Mumbai, on May 18.

DEF LEPPARD has set a March 18 tentative U.S. release date (one day earlier internationally) for its new album, entitled "Songs from the Sparkle Lounge". It will be the band's first LP since last year's "Yeah!", which was a collection of covers of songs by artists who had influenced the band. Their most recent studio album of original material was 2002's "X".

The first single off the album is a song called "Nine Lives", which features a guest appearance by country star Tim McGraw.

DEF LEPPARD will team up with STYX and REO SPEEDWAGON for a North American tour in March/April. The trek will consist of around 20 dates.

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