Breathe a Sigh

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"Breathe a Sigh"
Single by Def Leppard
from the album Slang.
Released November 1996
Format CD
Recorded 1995 in Spain and Fine Bow Lane Studios in Dublin, Ireland
Genre Pop rock
Label Bludgeon Riffola
Writer(s) Phil Collen
Producer(s) Peter Woodrofe & Def Leppard
Def Leppard singles chronology
"All I Want Is Everything"
(1996)
"Breathe a Sigh"
(1996)
"Promises"
(1999)
Digipack artwork
LEPCX18
LEPCX18

"Breathe a Sigh" is a 1996 song by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their album Slang. It peaked at #43 on the U.K. Singles Chart. The single was not accompanied with a music video. In reference to the song, lead singer Elliot said in the album's commentary that Breathe a Sigh is "a massive challenge for [him] to sing" and was "tried a lot of different ways [in the studio], but none of them ever seemed to do it any justice", so Def Leppard "stripped it right back"[1] The song has not been played live since the Slang World Tour in 1997.

Track listing[edit]

CD: Bludgeon Riffola - Mercury / LEPCX18( UK) / 578 841-2[edit]

  1. "Breathe a Sigh"
  2. "Another Hit & Run (Live)"
  3. "All I Want Is Everything (Live)"
  4. "Work It Out (Live)"

CD: Bludgeon Riffola - Mercury / LEPCD18 (UK) / 578 839-2[edit]

  1. "Breathe a Sigh"
  2. "Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop) (Live)"
  3. "Deliver Me (Live)"
  4. "Slang (Live)"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elliot, Joe. "Breathe a Sigh - Joe Elliot Commentary". Spotify. Retrieved 8 September 2015.