DEF LEPPARD: Covers Album Track Listing Revealed has published the track listing for the as-yet-untitled DEF LEPPARD covers album, tentatively due in late 2005. It is as follows (original artist in brackets):

01. Waterloo Sunset (KINKS)
02. 21st Century Boy (T-REX)
03. Little Bit of Love (FREE)
04. Drive In Saturday (DAVID BOWIE)
05. Street Life (ROXY MUSIC)
06. Hanging On The Telephone (BLONDIE)
07. The Golden Age of Rock N Roll (MOTT THE HOOPLE)
08. Don't Believe a Word (THIN LIZZY)
09. Rock On (DAVID ESSEX)
10. He's Gonna Step On You Again (a.k.a. "Step On") (JOHN KONGOS, also covered by HAPPY MONDAYS & THE PARTY BOYS)
11. 10538 Overture (ELO)
12. Hellraiser (SWEET)
13. No Matter What (BADFINGER)
14. Stay With Me (FACES)

An official release date for the collection has yet to be announced. More information will be made available soon.


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