|Studio album by Def Leppard|
|Released||31 March 1992|
|Recorded||1988–92 in Dublin; Wisseloord Studios in Amsterdam|
|Def Leppard chronology|
|Singles from Adrenalize|
Adrenalize is the fifth studio album by English rock band Def Leppard, released in 1992 through Mercury Records. The album was the first by the band following the 1991 death of guitarist Steve Clark. It was produced by Mike Shipley and Def Leppard, with Robert John "Mutt" Lange as executive producer. The album debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and peaked at No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart. It is also notable for being the last album released by a band at the time classified as glam metal to garner significant multi-platinum sales, for the album was released in the midst of the grunge explosion of the early 1990s which shifted virtually all bands of the pop-metal genre and the 1980s in general out of the mainstream.
|1.||"Let's Get Rocked"||Phil Collen, Joe Elliott, Mutt Lange, Rick Savage||4:56|
|2.||"Heaven Is"||Steve Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||3:33|
|3.||"Make Love Like a Man"||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange||4:15|
|4.||"Tonight"||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||4:03|
|5.||"White Lightning"||Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||7:03|
|6.||"Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion)"||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange||4:32|
|7.||"Personal Property"||Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||4:21|
|8.||"Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad"||Collen, Elliott, Lange||5:24|
|9.||"I Wanna Touch U"||Rick Allen, Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange||3:37|
|10.||"Tear It Down"||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Savage||3:38|
|Japanese bonus tracks|
|11.||"Miss You in a Heartbeat (Electric Version)"||Collen||5:06|
|12.||"She's Too Tough"||Elliott||3:39|
Deluxe edition (Bonus CD)
|In the Clubs, In Your Face – Bonn, Germany 29/05/92|
|1.||"Hysteria" (live)||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||7:17|
|2.||"Photograph" (live)||Clark, Elliott, Lange, Savage, Pete Willis||4:44|
|3.||"Pour Some Sugar on Me" (live)||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||5:09|
|4.||"Let's Get Rocked" (live)||Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||5:46|
|5.||"You Can't Always Get What You Want" (with Hothouse Flowers)||Mick Jagger, Keith Richards||7:43|
|6.||"Little Wing" (with Hothouse Flowers)||Jimi Hendrix||3:40|
|7.||"Tonight" (version 2 – demo version)||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||4:24|
|8.||"Now I'm Here" (live at Wembley Stadium – featuring Brian May)||Brian May||6:03|
|9.||"Two Steps Behind" (acoustic)||Elliott||4:11|
|10.||"Tonight" (acoustic – Sun Studios 1993)||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||4:16|
|11.||"Too Late for Love" (live at Denver 1988)||Clark, Elliott, Lange, Savage, Willis||6:04|
|12.||"Women" (live at Denver 1988)||Clark, Collen, Elliott, Lange, Savage||6:34|
- Tracks 1-4 are taken from the band's Live: In the Clubs, in Your Face EP, recorded at Bonn, Germany, on 29 May 1992
- Tracks 5 & 6 taken from "Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad" single.
- Tracks 7 & 8 taken from "Tonight" single.
- Track 9 taken from "Make Love Like a Man" U.K. single and "Two Steps Behind" U.S. single.
- Track 10 taken from "Two Steps Behind" single.
- Tracks 11 & 12 taken from "Let's Get Rocked" single.
- Joe Elliott – lead vocals
- Phil Collen – all guitars except acoustic guitar on "Tonight", Cockney rhyming rap on "Make Love Like a Man"
- Rick Savage – bass guitar, acoustic guitar on "Tonight"
- Rick Allen – drums
- The Sideways Mob – backing vocals
- Robert John "Mutt" Lange, John Sykes - backing vocals
- Phil "Crash" Nicholas – keyboard on "Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion)"
- Mike "Bat Ears" Shipley – producer, engineer, mixing
- Def Leppard – producer
- Pete Woodroffe – engineer, programming, sequencing
- Robert John "Mutt" Lange – executive producer
- Robert Scovill – assistant engineer
- Bob Ludwig – mastering
- Andie Airfix – art direction
- Pamela Springsteen – photography
|Australia ARIA Top 50 Albums Chart||1|
|New Zealand RIANZ Albums Chart||1|
|U.S. Billboard 200||1|
|UK Albums Chart||1|
|United States||RIAA||3× Platinum|
- Christgau, Robert. "Def Leppard". Robert Christgau.
- J.D. Considine (16 April 1992). "Adrenalize | Album Reviews". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2011-11-02.
- "Allmusic (Def Leppard charts and awards) Billboard albums".
- "Def Leppard chart stats".
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