The band are working through re-recording some of their back catalogue so that their former label has no controlAs reported a couple of weeks ago Def Leppard recently re-recorded and re-released new versions of 'Pour Some Sugar On Me' and 'Rock Of Ages' and they suggested that the reasons were due to an ongoing dispute with their ex-label.
Def Lep Forging Catalogue To Spite Ex-Label
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