DEF LEPPARD: 'Classic Albums' Spotlight On 'Hysteria' To Air Next Month

If you haven't seen DEF LEPPARD's "Classic Albums: Hysteria" DVD (in which the bandmembers give a track-by-track look at the making of the album by explaining the stories behind the songs, playing some demo versions and performing some songs), you can catch a shortened version of this documentary on VH1 Classic next month.

VH1 Classic's premiere series "Classic Albums" tells the story behind the making of one of rock music's most seminal albums. The series will make its U.S. debut on Monday, October 2 at 8:00 p.m. EST with "Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road". Additional episodes will debut each night that week including "Jimi Hendrix: Electric Ladyland", "Def Leppard: Hysteria", "Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon" and "Judas Priest: British Steel". The series moves to its regular Tuesday night slot on October 10.


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