Category: DEFAULT

All I Want Is Everything - Def Leppard - Slang (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ All I Want Is Everything - Def Leppard - Slang (CD, Album)

  1. “Slang” is a song by British rock band Def Leppard from their gold album Slang. It reached #17 on the UK Singles Chart. The song is the only one from its parent album to be played after.
  2. The Story So Far: The Best Of (CD) Def Leppard View More. Label Releases. Bare Feet (CD) Slang [Deluxe Edition] (LP) Def Leppard Currently Unavailable. $ 2. Turn to Dust. Def Leppard 3. Slang. Def Leppard 4. All I Want Is Everything. Def Leppard 5. Work It Out. Def Leppard.
  3. All I want is everything Am I asking too much? All I want is everything Like the feel of your touch But all I have are yesterdays Tomorrow never comes It's hard to hold your head up When you're kneeling down to pray And the talking dooesn't come easy now When the words get in the way And if you could see what's going on Behind these private eyes.
  4. May 30,  · The album included some incredible songs which, unfortunately, still remain rarities when it comes to a Def Leppard concert setlist: “All I Want Is Everything” featured some of Joe Elliott’s best songwriting and vocals; the same can be said for “Where Does Love Go When It Dies” and “Blood Runs Cold” (which Joe co-wrote with Phil Collen).
  5. All I want is everything Like the feel of your touch But all I have are yesterdays Tomorrow never comes It's hard to hold your head up When you're kneeling down to pray And talking don't come easy now When the words get in the way If you could see what's going on Behind these private eyes The truth would look so easy now But I'm running out of.
  6. Mar 23,  · An album everybody seemed to hate back in the day and later recognised as one of Def Leppard's standout records that holds up better than most other artists' similar adventures into new territories. Sure, Slang can't reach the hight of Pyromania or Hysteria but it /5().
  7. Slang holds a weird place in Def Leppard's extensive catalog of albums across the decades. It was an album I embraced and respected them for doing something different and doing it well. Now most other fans (who I know) never seemed to like Slang. The first disc is the core album with a few new tracks/5().
  8. This album marks a departure from Def Leppard's lush hard rock sound and more towards grunge, and it did alienate parts of Def Leppard's fanbase. They reverted to their signature sound with next album "Euphoria", and pretty much ignore "Slang" when compiling setlists.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *