Patrick Berkery of The Philadelphia Inquirer reviewed the Def Leppard show at the First Union Spectrum on Tuesday. He writes, “Unlike most hits of that vintage, which have aged like rotting Swiss cheese, Def Lep’s Reagan-era anthems went down like a finely aged wine. ‘Photograph’ and ‘Animal’ were majestic, all soaring hooks and scrappy riffs. The big-bottomed ‘Women’ still sounded like a futuristic Led Zeppelin song. And the jaunty shuffle ‘Rocket’ and the foursquare boogie of ‘Armageddon It’ displayed the band’s glam-rock roots in fine fashion.” Philly.com has since removed the article.
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