DEF LEPPARD's "Pyromania" Subject Of Upcoming VH1 Special

March 5, 2002

DEF LEPPARD's 1983 album Pyromania will be the subject of a one-hour show, entitled Ultimate Albums, premiering on VH1 this Sunday, March 10th at 9:00 PM EST/8:00 PM CST. During the show, viewers will get to hear the stories about the making of the album (from the band themselves and others involved),the stories about how the album influenced others, and all other details about the band's third LP, which has sold almost 10 million copies in the USA alone so far. According to a note from VH1, When they went into the studio to make Pyromania, DEF LEPPARD were just another meat and potatoes rock band with two flop albums and a silly name. VH1 tells the tale of how one guitar player and thousands of overdubs later, a masterpiece was born.

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