DEF LEPPARD's PHIL COLLEN: "X" May Come Out In August

April 19, 2002

DEF LEPPARD's forthcoming CD, entitled X, may see the light of day as early as August, according to guitarist Phil Collen. During a March 28th interview with Baltimore rock station 97.9 WIYY, Phil stated that long-time producer Pete Woodroofe is in California working on the new album with Marti Frederiksen, while Joe Elliott was finishing up some album vocals. Collen also added that bassist Rick Savage, who sold his multi-million dollar Irish home last year, had moved back to his hometown of Sheffield during the Christmas season. It was also revealed that Rory Collen, will also be going on the road with his father for the bands tour to support X. (source: Melodic Rock)

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