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Visualize (1993)- Contains all of the videos made between 1989 and 1993, including for the triple platinum album Adrenalize, with additional interview footage. Songs: Rocket, Switch 625 (Steve Clark Tribute), Solo Projects/Making Videos, Let's Get Rocked, Vivian Campbell Joins Def Leppard, Make Love Like A Man, I Wanna Touch U, Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad, Tonight, Heaven Us, Fans/Off Stage Life, Stand Up (Kick Love Into Motion), Return to Sheffield, Two Steps Behind (Live), Love Bites (Live), Photograph (Live). Video Archive (1995), a compendium of eight live tracks from a hometown Sheffield, England 1993 concert; five videos from 1993 through 1995 (including the epic eight-minute version of "When Love & Hate Collide"), and six live tracks from a 1995 Sheffield concert during which Def Leppard offered an acoustic performance. Let's Get Rocked, Foolin', Rocket, Two Steps Behind, Armageddon It, Pour Some Sugar On Me, Rock Of Ages, Love Bites, When Love & Hate Collide, Two Steps Behind, Action, Miss You In A Hearbeat, When Love & Hate Collide (Epic 8 Minute Version), Sheffield, England (October 1995), Armaggedon It, When Love & Hate Collide, Animal, Pour Some Sugar On Me, Ziggy Stardust. Includes: Photo Gallery; Discography; Interview with the Band.

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After its 1987 album Hysteria went through the roof, where could Def Leppard go next? This three-hour-plus program shows: the 90-minute Visualize presents the British band's videos from 1988 (where Historia ends) to its mid-'90s albums Adrenalize, Vault, and Slang. The two-hour Video Archive compiles rare performance footage and videos, including Live from Don Valley Stadium, which immortalizes the band's triumphant 1993 return to hometown Sheffield for a sold-out show (at 45 minutes and eight songs, it's obviously not the entire performance). Next comes 40 minutes' worth of six videos from 1993 to '95, and finally a 1995 acoustic performance from a small Sheffield club that clocks in at 30 minutes and includes stripped-down versions of "Armageddon It" and "Animal," and a surprise cover of David Bowie's "Ziggy Stardust." --Kevin Filipski

Special Features

  • Visualize (1993): Contains all of the videos made between 1989 and 1993, including for the triple platinum album Adrenalize, with additional interview footage. Songs: Rocket, Switch 625 (Steve Clark Tribute), Solo Projects/Making Videos, Let's Get Rocked, Vivian Campbell Joins Def Leppard, Make Love Like A Man, I Wanna Touch U, Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad, Tonight, Heaven Us, Fans/Off Stage Life, Stand Up (Kick Love Into Motion), Return to Sheffield, Two Steps Behind (Live), Love Bites (Live), Photograph (Live)
  • Video Archive (1995), a compendium of eight live tracks from a hometown Sheffield, England 1993 concert; five videos from 1993 through 1995 (including the epic eight-minute version of "When Love & Hate Collide"), and six live tracks from a 1995 Sheffield concert during which Def Leppard offered an acoustic performance. Let's Get Rocked, Foolin', Rocket, Two Steps Behind, Armageddon It, Pour Some Sugar On Me, Rock Of Ages, Love Bites, When Love & Hate Collide, Two Steps Behind, Action, Miss You In A Hearbeat, When Love & Hate Collide (Epic 8 Minute Version), Sheffield, England (October 1995), Armaggedon It, When Love & Hate Collide, Animal, Pour Some Sugar on Me, Ziggy Stardust
  • Discography
  • Interview with the band (3 min.)

Product Details

  • Actors: Def Leppard
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Mercury
  • DVD Release Date: February 26, 2002
  • Run Time: 201 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005RZPJ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,771 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Joy on March 12, 2005
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I love Def Leppard!!! They are my favorite band of all time!!! I have had the Visualize and Video Archive on VHS but when it came to DVD in one collection, I bought it right away. This DVD is one of the best DVD's from Def Leppard. It has the music video's for Rocket, Switch 625 which is a tribute for Steve Clark, Let's Get Rocked (one of their coolest videos with really cool and humorous animation!!), Make Love Like A Man (another favorite of mine), Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad (My favorite rock ballad of all time next to Love Bites, I love this video and Joe Elliott looks so good in it!!!), Tonight, Heaven Is (a video I never saw on MTV, maybe it was never shown?), I Wanna Touch U (another video I never saw on MTV), Stand Up (Kick Love Into Motion), When Love & Hate Collide (the original video), Two Steps Behind (a song that was from the Last Action Hero soundtrack), Action (another cool video that I never saw on MTV), Miss You In A Heartbeat(the MTV video), and an epic 8 minute version of When Love & Hate Collide that is like a small movie with dialog throughout the video.

There are tons of live performances of Two Steps Behind, Love Bites, Photograph, Let's Get Rocked, Foolin', Rocket, Armageddon It, Pour Some Sugar On Me, and Rock Of Ages which are from a concert in Sheffield, England. There is also an acoustic performance from Sheffield, England of songs Two Steps Behind, Armageddon It, When Love & Hate Collide, Animal, Pour Some Sugar On Me and a cover of David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust.

In addition to the music video's and live performances, there are tons and tons of interviews, behind the scenes footage, a few shots of perfomances with Ben E. King (Stand By Me) and some other live perfomances they did.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Edward Morales on March 30, 2002
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Both of the Def Leppard DVD's ("Historia/In The Round, In Your Face" and "Visualize/Video Archive") are excellent; the high point of "Visualize/Video Archive" has to be the amazing live version of "Rocket" from the band's homecoming performance in Sheffield, England, with Joe Elliott throwing in a few verses from Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love", Phil Collen and Vivian Campbell tearing a hole in the sky with some killer solos, and Rick "Sav" Savage and Rick "The Thundergod" Allen proving why they are the best rhythm section in rock. Just do yourself a favor and buy these excellent DVD's - they are more than worth it!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By KCMKola on March 25, 2002
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I am a major fan of Def Leppard, so this DVD is awesome for me. I especially enjoyed the clips of them behind the scenes and doing interviews over the years. It took me a minute to realize that these vignettes are at the end of the videos, so you either have to watch the video, or go to the end and rewind back into it. The live performances were good. I have never had the chance to see them live, so this was great. The accoustic performance was excellent. I wish it had more "bonus materials" than one interview and the discography. Overall, it was great and highly recommend this to anyone who likes good music.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dennis F. Towle on March 1, 2002
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Thanks to DEF LEPPARD, we have a 2nd DVD chock full of more LEPPARD music videos and concert footage....even some acoustic playing! SWEET! I had waited for years to get a DEF LEPPARD collection on DVD, I wasn't even expecting to see 2 DVD collections from the band....but, they put it out for their fans, and we are so grateful! This is the 2nd DVD and continues where the incredible "Historia/In-The-Round, In Your Face" DVD left off! This collection shows the band continuing their success in the 90's....music videos: Let's Get Rocked, Two Steps Behind, Stand Up Kick Love Into Motion and more! The DVD also features a great deal of concert footage - both electric and acoustic of these later hit songs! They even featured an intimate acoustic set, with fans, from their 1995 return to a hometown pub, in Sheffield, England, where they got their start in 1978! What more could you ask for?!! This, and the 1st DVD, brings the DEF LEPPARD visual experience full circle! Be sure to get both! Get yours here, today, fans!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David W. Wildeboer on April 23, 2002
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More videos and performances showcasing one of the greatest hard rock bands. The sound quality is better than the other DVD of videos and performances, likely because this has videos and performances mainly from the 90's and late 80's. The performance clips of the band's triumphant return home to Sheffield are probably the best of the bunch. Nevertheless, it's still an excellent DVD and a must have for fans.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ian M. Perge on August 10, 2007
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Def Leppard - Visualize / Video Archive is a wonderful collection of their videos, live and rare performances, interviews, and an acoustic set by one of, if not the biggest band of the 1980s. However, the reason I dropped it from 5 to 4 stars is the visual design - it's very much struck in the late '80s (and in a negative way) when released in 1993 and '95 with bight neon colors, scene wipes, and a general "dated" design when Grunge was at it's uprising and peak and more muted colors and designs were the calling for video collections at the time. This doesn't take away from the excellent material contained within, but makes watching it somewhat "cringewothy".
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