15 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As with 1996’s Slang, Def Leppard’s eighth album marks a departure from the glossy, metallic sound that made the band famous in the '80s. On X, adult-contemporary fare like “Now,” “Unbelievable” (written by Swedish pop producer Max Martin), and “Everyday” is the order of the day, offset by the occasional heavier rocker (“Four Letter Word”), electronic-based track (“Gravity”), and lovelorn ballad (“Long Long Way to Go”). In short, this is Def Leppard all grown up.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As with 1996’s Slang, Def Leppard’s eighth album marks a departure from the glossy, metallic sound that made the band famous in the '80s. On X, adult-contemporary fare like “Now,” “Unbelievable” (written by Swedish pop producer Max Martin), and “Everyday” is the order of the day, offset by the occasional heavier rocker (“Four Letter Word”), electronic-based track (“Gravity”), and lovelorn ballad (“Long Long Way to Go”). In short, this is Def Leppard all grown up.

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