Def Leppard have released a video containing their performance of “Run Riot” from their upcoming concert film London to Vegas, scheduled to launch via Eagle Rock on May 29.
The set was originally scheduled to be released on April 24 but got postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The band played “Run Riot” at London’s O2 in December 2018, when they performed their 1987 album Hysteria, a diamond-certified 10-times-platinum album.
The performance featured Joe Elliott, Phil Collen, Rick “Sav” Savage, Vivian Campbell and Rick Allen.
This limited edition 2Blu-ray+4CD, 2DVD+4CD, DVD/Blu-ray+2CD and digital format release features two concert films: Hysteria At The O2 and Hits Vegas, Live At Planet Hollywood.
“Performed in its entirety before a ravenous sold-out crowd, this momentous homecoming event is made all the more powerful as it was their long-awaited debut at the iconic O2 Arena in London,” Def Leppard said when the set was announced.
The band added that it included “electrifying performances of ‘Pour Some Sugar On Me,’ ‘Animal,’ ‘Women’ and ‘Love Bites,'” plus “a host of extra hits including ‘Let’s Get Rocked,’ ‘When Love and Hate Collide,’ and ‘Photograph.'”
Hits Vegas, Live At Planet Hollywood is a 28-song set that contains the band’s greatest hits as well as rare songs such as “Too Late For Love”, “Billy’s Got A Gun”, “Slang” and “Promises.”
Highlighting Def Leppard’s versatility, Hits Vegas presents a livewire stage show with two stages and video walls, punctuated with intimate, acoustic renditions of rarely performed songs “Let Me Be The One”, “We Belong”, “Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad” and “Two Steps Behind”.
Hits Vegas offers a behind-the-scenes bonus feature, while Hysteria At The O2 is rounded out with the bonus “Hysteria: Then And Now” mini-documentary.
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