• Released
  • October 2, 2013
  • (Additonal screening on 10/08/13)
  • NR , 1 hr 40 min
  • Concert/Special Events

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Great ROCK SHOW! Cobb Theater was weak ...

By trimblair
Written October 03, 2013
My buddy and I spent over $50 to see this show with tickets and fees and food. We told several of the staff at COBB Theater that the sound was too low. They didn't even have the surround sound on! My TV at home is louder. About three songs in, people were talking about their relationships and checking their Facebook. THIS WAS A ROCK SHOW. It needed to be turned up louder than "The Butler"!! What a shame. The concert was great. Wish we could have experienced it at a venue that valued the experience enough to turn up the music.
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If you are a Def Leppard fan, This is a MUST SEE!

By tanuki_green
Written October 09, 2013
Arguably one of the best albums in the history of rock and roll, 'Hysteria' is the framework for this movie. The band performs the songs from the album in order and throws in a few extras at the end! And, boy do they still put on one HELL of a show. I wish I'd been able to go to Vegas to see this one, but this was a very good substitute!
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Wait for the DVD

By raven666
Written October 04, 2013
Was like watching a dvd on a mediocre home system, sound was lousy no surround, video quality was barely acceptable. Overall production was very weak, looked like something thrown together. was not worth the $15 ticket price. I'm sure a well known online retailer will be selling this for less than the price of one ticket shortly.
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Def Leppard Rises Again!

By nakamotokeola
Written October 14, 2013
This concert film was fuckin' amazing! Got to see the whole album live as well as two songs from the Pyromania album! I would totally recommend buying the DVD and see the show! I can't wait to watch their Ded Flatbird show to see classics like High 'n' Dry (Saturday Night) and Let It Go live! The visual quality of the movie was excellent, and the band performed very well!
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It was ok

By bonnieborasky
Written October 03, 2013
I got these tickets beacuse the last time I went to a DL concert I was a bit disappointed in the show for my money. Joe's voice isn't what it used to be and while the show itself was pretty good, I'm glad my tickets didn't cost more. I honestly didn't think it was worth the $15. I expected a longer show with more songs. I didn't mind the diversity but felt they could have chosen a better selection of material. Overall, if this came around again showcasing another venue I would not participate.
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