Ray Lytle

Def Leppard thinks we need to see more of them
Def Leppard thinks we need to see more of them

Why Def Leppard Why?

Seriously what the world needs now is definitely not more reality TV. Especially from people who really don’t do anything. The Band Def Leppard is shopping around a reality TV show/mini Documentary that it has produced. It is hoping to find a tv network that thinks that watching video about the life of guys in the band is entertaining. I say good luck.

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It’s not that they haven’t lived an interesting life. We all saw that train wreck of an existence they rode on during the VH1 behind the music special a dozen years ago. Let’s face it though after the drug use and losing of an arm what’s left? What do we really need to know about Def Leppard?

Let’s face it, one of the best parts about getting older is the fact that life gets a little boring. You hope to have your drug addictions, car accidents, and even amputations out of the way by the time you get old.

One hopes that as they get older they can simply relax and enjoy the finer parts of life like relaxation and drama free evenings with friends and family. All of which sounds outstanding but yet boring to watch. From all that we’ve heard that is where the guys in Def Leppard are in their life. They have been through the addictions, accidents, amputations, fights, court battles, and drama. I think someone ought to tell the guys that they are literally 20 years too late for this. No one wants to see aging rock stars live the relaxing part of their life. The stuff we want to actually see has already been done.  And to be honest if it isn’t already done than that’s even sadder.

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