Def Leppard Songs Ranked

Def Leppard is the self-titled eleventh studio album by the English rock band of the same name, released on 30 October 2015. Leppard’s first studio album since Songs from the Sparkle Lounge (2008) (marking the longest gap between two studio albums in their career) and they’re first on earMUSIC Records, it became their seventh top ten albums after debuting on the Billboard 200 at number 10. The first single “Let’s Go” was released 15 September 2015, alongside the artwork and tracklisting. The album was produced by Ronan McHugh and Def Leppard. It won a 2016 Classic Rock Roll of Honours Award for Album of the Year. Vocalist Joe Elliott has described lead single and opening track, “Let’s Go”, as “a call to arms and a classic Def Leppard song. It’s that three-minute pop-rock stuff with big chunky guitars and a big chorus. And it has that swaggering, mid-tempo rhythm, like “Pour Some Sugar on Me”, and “Rock of Ages”.” He described that the band wanted a familiar-sounding song to introduce the album, being released several years after their previous album. Here are all of Def Leppard’s songs ranked.

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14. Blind Faith

“It is rare that the last song on an album is my favorite. I am not sure why that is, does the band get tired and say that is it, we quit? What, what happens to the last song of a record? Now, if you were thinking I was about to say that “Blind Faith” is my favorite song, sorry about that, I might have been a bit misleading in my open sentence.”

13. Energized

“This song is like no other Def Leppard song I have heard. You might have a moment of fear thinking your CD is scratched, nope, it is supposed to sound that way. It has a bit of “Paper Sun” feel to it. I really like the course and the lyrics, the song is Def Leppard but with a hint of blues to it. I would pair this song up with getting ready for a nice relaxing long weekend.”

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12. Last Dance

“This song is both sad and it is sweet and I knew it complete, when I wore a younger man’s clothes. Perfect blend of Def Leppard voices and love the sound. “Last Dance” really shows the range of this band with an awesome slower paced and lyrically thoughtful tune that should be all over the radio. “

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11. Sea of Love

“I was afraid that this was going to be a supper sappy song like “Where Does Love Go When it Dies”, it is not. Rather, it is a fun rocking song that has a much deeper meaning than what Def Leppard is usually known for. It is in line with songs like “Gods of War” and “Die Hard the Hunter”. This one is a hard one to pair with, all I can say is open up your mind believe in what you find.”

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10. Invincible

“This song is great and much like “Eye of the Tiger”, it is possible to get a little too pumped up listening to it. Be careful, if you are a runner who likes to listen to tunes while they run, chances are you are not really invincible and you just might pull a hammy running too hard. This song will be perfect after Baylor crushes TCU the day after Thanksgiving, Sic Em Bears.”

9. Battle of My Own

“Very jazzy and bluesy, love the acoustic guitar and blend of Def Lep voices. It is also very short, only 2:42 minutes. Much like “Sea of Love”, having a hard time with what to pair this song with. Best I can come up with is if you have a battle of your own, this song could really work for you during this battle time.”

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8. Forever Young

“From the title I thought it was going to be a remake of Rod Stewart’s classic “Forever Young” which I have to say I was kinda looking forward to. This one is not has hopeful as Rod’s song is, but it does really rock. Reminds me of Def Leppard songs like “Mirror, Mirror” from High and Dry. I would pair this song up with Vampire love movie, it has that kind of feel to it.”

7. All Time High

“This song rocks, by far one of my favorites. The guitar solo is awesome, one of the best I have heard. I really, really hope that this will make it into the concert mix. Great song. When Baylor wins the College Football National Championship, this will be a perfect song.”

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6. We Belong

“Great song, not too sappy like “Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad” but just sappy enough to put onto a mix tape for a girl you like or a very dear friend. 25 years ago when I was better known as Sir Mix a Lot, this song would have been a key song in my mix tape making factory. So, if I ever made you a mix tape between the years 1989 through 1998, go ahead and add this one to the mix, it is a good one.”

5. Man Enough

“This song starts off with a little bit of “Another One Bites the Dust” and is one of the coolest songs on the album. Do not overly focus on the words. I am not really sure how someone is man enough to be my girl, all I know is I likes the jam. Much like The Killers and their song “Somebody Told Me”, I am not really sure what a boyfriend who looked like a girlfriend that I had in February of last year would actually look like. All I know is, I likes the jam, that is enough for me.”

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4. Broke N’ Brokenhearted

“This is a UFC fight song, great rock and roll. When Ronda Rousey takes the stage to take on Holly Holm she should play this song. Could also add Def Leppard’s “Undefeated” while you are at it.”

3. Wings of an Angel

“I am picking up a little bit of a SAMCRO vibe when I hear this song. I fully expect to see a motorcycle club riding their bikes getting ready to cause mayhem. I hope they can make a video that is as good as the one I have playing in my mind. However, after seeing the video for “Let’s Go”, I think I would rather the video stay in my mind because it is awesome. Just take a few scenes from “Sons of Anarchy” and put Sir Mix a lot on the case and we will have a mighty fine video.”

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2. Let’s Go

“This song is pure Def Leppard, in fact, if someone else had done the song I would have said that they stole the guitar rift from “Pour Some Sugar on Me” in the beginning. Some may see this as a criticism, I do not. I like the fact that I can hear any AC/DC song in the world and know that it is an AC/DC song.”

1. Dangerous

“Again, another pure Def Leppard song, kind of has a “Promises” intro but different. Saying something sounds like Def Leppard is a lot like saying Dr Pepper taste like Dr Pepper. It is true, the only way to know what Dr Pepper taste like is to taste it. This song has a good jam to it and is very enjoyable. I would pair this song with anyone dating someone on the top half of the crazy hot matrix from How I Met Your Mother. Sure she is hot, but she is crazy, but she is hot, but seriously, she is crazy. Listen to the words of the song.”