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Def Leppard is one of the most influential rock bands of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Over the past forty years, the band has released eleven studio albums and gone on many worldwide tours. Their mix of pop rhythm, guitar riffs, and heavy metal has earned two Def Leppard albums RIAA Diamond Certification (“The Story of Def Leppard’s Pyromania Album”). However, Def Leppard had to overcome injury, death, and grunge rock to become the success story they are today. In 1977, Def Leppard was created by Pete Willis, Rick Savage, and Joe Elliot in Sheffield, England.