DEF LEPPARD: Two TV Documentaries On The Way!

December 24, 2001

DEF LEPPARD taped interviews and sessions last week for two new documentaries being put together an episode of VH-1's Breakthrough Albums series, focusing on Pyromania, and an episode of ITV's Classic Albums series, which will be all about Hysteria. According to vocalist Joe Elliott, "Both shootings went really well and will be full of surprises..... Like acoustic performances, multi track playback, interviews, etc." No broadcast dates are known at this time. There is a possibility that Classic Albums: Hysteria will be released on DVD at a later time, but this will depend on the ratings of the TV broadcast.

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