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The last GREAT Def Leppard release IMO.

 

 

 

My fav song is "Comin' Under Fire"....... I just f@#king love that song and Joe is just screaming his ass off in the chorus.

 

 

 

"Too Late for Love" is a close 2nd for me.

 

 

Man, I miss Steve Clark (R.I.P.)

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Hmmm... another toughie. Though I loved "Photograph," "Foolin'" and "Rock Of Ages" back in the day, they've all been pretty much run into the ground after twenty-plus years of radio and video play (esp. "Rock of Ages") so I have to dig deeper into some of the tunes that maybe didn't get their due cuz they were never released as singles. I gotta say, I always loved the bad-ass "Billy's Got A Gun"... "Stagefright" is also a classic... geez, there are just too many absolute diamonds on this album to pick just one!!

 

...Okay, I just went "eeny meeny miney mo" to pick which song to vote for and it came out that "Billy's Got A Gun" gets the nod.

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I went with Too Late For Love, but I really love Rock of Ages, Rock Rock(Till You Drop), Foolin' and Stagefright just as much. I remember seeing them numerous times in the 80's and early 90's and they always opened up with Stagefright.

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Photograph ! Fantastic song !

(just followed by Foolin' another great tune)

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Motherfucker of a poll...easier to pick your favorite child than a favorite song from this one. I'm with Fat Freddy on this one...I always liked the deeper cuts, with my faves being "Die Hard The Hunter", "Comin' Under Fire", Action Not Words" & "Billy's Got A Gun"...I guess I'd have to go with "Action Not Words", but damn, the entire album smokes!

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After replying to this thread last night I dusted off my Pyromania cassette for the first time in God knows how long to give it some air time... and was dismayed to find that the tape is a scratchy, wobbly, unplayable slab of toast. (A testament to how many times it was played back in the day, eh?) I quickly added Pyromania to my CD "Want List" over on Lala.com and lo and behold, I got a message this morning saying that it's being sent to me already! Now that's what I call service!

 

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The last GREAT Def Leppard release IMO.

 

 

 

My fav song is "Comin' Under Fire"....... I just f@#king love that song and Joe is just screaming his ass off in the chorus.

 

 

 

"Too Late for Love" is a close 2nd for me.

 

 

Man, I miss Steve Clark (R.I.P.)

 

 

I'll put my signature under that post!

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I voted 'Photograph'... but 'Too late for love', the awesome 'Comin' under fire', 'Foolin' and pretty much every song is awesome.

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TOO LATE FOR LOVE ! ...... but This album has so many Great Tunes ... Billys got a Gun is a close 2nd

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i went for Foolin,great track and great album,just wish they'd engage their brain thesedays and cut out the crazy statements :banger:

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After replying to this thread last night I dusted off my Pyromania cassette for the first time in God knows how long to give it some air time... and was dismayed to find that the tape is a scratchy, wobbly, unplayable slab of toast. (A testament to how many times it was played back in the day, eh?) I quickly added Pyromania to my CD "Want List" over on Lala.com and lo and behold, I got a message this morning saying that it's being sent to me already! Now that's what I call service!

 

(End of commercial)

 

Service is one thing, however quality is yet another (and quality CDs these are not!) :)

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After replying to this thread last night I dusted off my Pyromania cassette for the first time in God knows how long to give it some air time... and was dismayed to find that the tape is a scratchy, wobbly, unplayable slab of toast. (A testament to how many times it was played back in the day, eh?) I quickly added Pyromania to my CD "Want List" over on Lala.com and lo and behold, I got a message this morning saying that it's being sent to me already! Now that's what I call service!

 

(End of commercial)

 

Service is one thing, however quality is yet another (and quality CDs these are not!) :)

 

Hahaha, yes, well, we'll see what shows up in the mail... so far my Lala experience has been more positive than yours, Studboy. :)

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Rock of Ages for me. I can't argue with the top runners in Photograph or Too Late For Love. Foolin' shuld get more votes, I was deciding between that and Ages.

 

I'm surprised Comin' Under Fire is doing so well. I never considered that a great tune. I'll have to whip it out right now.

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