DEF LEPPARD's first coffee table book titled "Def Leppard - The Definitive Visual History", with exclusive photos by legendary rock photographer Ross Halfin, was released last month.
DEF LEPPARD's unstoppable, anthemic hard rock has earned it sales of more than 65 million albums worldwide and a legion of dedicated fans. This fully authorized visual history of the band follows them from the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal to their massive "Pyromania" and "Hysteria" albums to the sustained power of their records and tours today.
Halfin has been shooting DEF LEPPARD since 1978, and his candid and definitive pictures have helped capture and shape the image of the band. "The Definitive Visual History" includes more than 450 classic and unseen photographs, along with text from Halfin and stories and commentary by the bandmembers and others.
A trailer for the book can be seen below.
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