Def Leppard: “Steve Clark was a very unique player – he didn’t get enough credit for the stuff he was doing”

by GuitarDomain

UK five-piece Def Leppard burst out of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal scene in the late ’70s and released their debut album, On Through the Night, in 1980. They quickly followed up with 1981’s High ‘n’ Dry. 

By the time the band released their commercial breakthrough, Pyromania, in 1983, founding guitarist Pete Willis had been fired and replaced by Phil Collen.

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