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Def Leppard Tour History Fan Archive.

Fan Review - By Lephappy

Good morning Lepland! Def Leppard has Rocked Seattle yet again. It doesn't matter how many times you see the guys live, it just keeps getting better and better. Oh.. and here's a coupld of honorable mentions from the world of Seattle Lepdom.

Power went out briefly on one song... and the guys just kept going like the pro's they are.

Joe chattered on as usual... about buying Zepplin bootlegs on Vinyl in Seattle, and how you can't fish off the dock at the Edgewater Inn anymore, and that this meant no more fish in the tour managers bed.

It is rumoured that Ross Halfin was around.

And two lucky people won the Raven drum raffle to meet Rick after the show.

I rocked out, had a great time, and am still smiling this morning! Thanks LEPS... you ROCK my world!.


Fan Review - By Iamthagreat1

I have seen Def Leppard 3 times before this, and let me tell you, this was one of if not THE best concerts I've been to. Key Arena was FULL of energy especially during "Rocket". What really suprised me was the amount of fans that knew "Now" and "Four Letter Word", I could hear the crowd singing along.

The concert wasnt without it's flaws though. The power went out for about 5 secs at one point so the sound system got real quiet and we could barely hear them (and I was in the 2nd row!!!). Another thing was "Two Steps Behind", it was WAY better in Vegas when Joe did the Acoustic by himself. The reason being was, that with 3 acoustics going at once you could tell they were off, which made Joe sound like he was singing off-beat.

To make a long review longer, I have to say again how the place was just pulsing with energy, and Joe scores points with me always for actually talking about the city he is in and what it means to Def Leppard. Alot of history between Seattle and the Leps.

On a side note, the jersey Joe wore during the encore was an authentic, and Bret Boone, Ryan Franklin and Ichiro Suzuki (Seattle Mariners), were all in the front row to the left of the stage having a grand time!.