The following message was posted at DEF LEPPARD's official web site:"Every now and then, British magazines Q and Mojo release specials dedicated to certain bands (THE BEATLES, PINK FLOYD), musical styles (punk, ska, 50 Years Of Rock & Roll), specific lists (100 Greatest Record Sleeves, 1001 Best Songs), and so on. The latest special edition is all about The Greatest Classic Rock Albums Ever: 'great stories about essential albums, ultimate songs, insane tales and mindblowing pics, starring QUEEN, LED ZEPPELIN, METALLICA, GUNS N'ROSES, AEROSMITH, VAN HALEN, AC/DC, DEF LEPPARD, IRON MAIDEN, ZZ TOP, RUSH...and more!' The special features a review of DEF LEPPARD's 'Pyromania' album, along with a big piece on the band and an article about late guitarist Steve Clark. Published as a Q Special Edition in the U.K. and a Mojo Special Edition overseas (including the USA), the magazine is on newsstands now. If you have trouble finding it, you can also order it from one of the [following] links: Q Special Edition, Mojo Special Edition."
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