DEF LEPPARD will be Alice Cooper's special guests on Cooper's radio show "Nights with Alice Cooper" airing on Wednesday, November 16. The program is a classic-rock format and is nationally syndicated on the United Stations Radio Networks. Air times differ, so make sure to check out NightsWithAliceCooper.com for more information.
As previously reported, DEF LEPPARD will appear at Spike TV's Video Game Awards 2005, which will take place on Nov. 18 and air on Dec 10. Other celebrities set to appear at the event include THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, 50 CENT, MISSY ELLIOTT, The Rock, Vin Diesel, Tony Hawk, and Michael Chiklis.
DEF LEPPARD will release the companion DVD to the near-platinum "Rock of Ages" double CD on November 15. The release assembles the band's greatest videos for the first time on one DVD, along with the video for "Now" (previously unavailable in North America). Also included is the brand new, 2005 rehearsal bonus video for the band's song "No Matter What". As added bonuses, the audio has been remastered with DTS & Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound and Dolby stereo, a first track-by-track commentary by the entire band is included, and there is a Personal Playlist option, where the viewer gets to sequence each video to their liking.
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