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Def leppard residency VIVA HYSTERIA

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  1. vegasqc

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    The English rockers will play their best-selling 1987 album during a 2013 Las Vegas residency
    The nine shows will begin March 22 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Las Vegas' The Joint
    Tickets go on sale Friday, Nov. 16

    Def Leppard will play its multiplatinum 1987 album Hysteria in its entirety for Viva Hysteria!, which will begin March 22 at The Joint at Las Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. The band's stay follows Hard Rock residencies from Motley Crue and Guns N' Roses.
     
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    I loved the Crue at the Joint and saw them twice... have decided to take a pass on G&R (though I've heard good things so far), but definitely will be there for Def Leppard.
     
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    The Halloween night GNR show was pretty good, if you didn't mind sitting through a forgettable local opening act, or hearing a GNR tribute band play all the GNR hits. DJ Ashba really thinks he's something special. Although I don't think he is, he's got a better gig than most musicians.
     
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    My Top 5 Albums of the 80s:
    5. The Joshua Tree- U2
    4. Thriller- Michael Jackson
    3. Hysteria- Def Leppard
    2. Faith- George Michael
    1. Appetite for Destruction- Gn'R


    looking forward to the GNR show this sunday, but would rather see Def Leppard, regardless of this list I just posted. Reasons why- I saw GNR in 2006, and the Def Leppard line up is more true to the original. I know what I have said on here, but still
     
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