DEF LEPPARD Releases Music Video For Cover Of DEPECHE MODE's 'Personal Jesus'

DEF LEPPARD Releases Music Video For Cover Of DEPECHE MODE's 'Personal Jesus'

DEF LEPPARD's official music video for the cover of DEPECHE MODE's "Personal Jesus" can be seen below.

Guitarist Vivian Campbell said: "'Jesus' is the sort of classic song that can be interpreted in many ways, and as DEF LEPPARD has always been the kind of band that can blend genres, it was an easy choice for us. It was that or ABBA!"

DEF LEPPARD's version of "Personal Jesus" is featured on the band's brand new greatest-hits collection titled "The Story So Far - The Best Of", which will be released on November 30. It will be available in multiple configurations: a 2-CD set comprised of 35 tracks, 1-CD set comprised of 17 tracks, 2-LP vinyl, and digital. Among a blockbuster tracklisting loaded with timeless smashes, all four versions feature three new songs, including "Personal Jesus", "Rock On (Remix)" and the original holiday song "We All Need Christmas". As a bonus for collectors, the first pressing vinyl copies of "The Story So Far" feature an exclusive seven-inch single of "Personal Jesus" and "We All Need Christmas".

"The Story So Far" track listing:

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Disc 1

01. Animal
02. Photograph
03. Pour Some Sugar On Me
04. Love Bites
05. Let's Get Rocked
06. Armaggedon It
07. Foolin'
08. Two Steps Behind
09. Heaven Is
10. Rocket
11. Hysteria
12. Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad
13. Make Love Like A Man
14. Action
15. When Love & Hate Collide
16. Rock of Ages
17. Personal Jesus

Disc 2

01. Let's Go
02. Promises
03. Slang
04. Bringin' On The Heartbreak
05. Rock On (Radio Remix)
06. Nine Lives (feat. Tim McGraw)
07. Work It Out
08. Stand Up
09. Dangerous
10. Now
11. Undefeated
12. Tonight
13. C'Mon C'Mon
14. Man Enough
15. No Matter What
16. All I Want Is Everything
17. It's All About Believing
18. Kings Of The World

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