Def Leppard release B-side track “10 Times Bigger Than Love” for streaming
In the lead up to Def Leppard‘s new limited edition box set titled Def Leppard – Volume Three, which will be available via UMe/Virgin on June 11, 2021, the UK rockers have released the track “10 Times Bigger Than Love” for streaming.
Def Leppard‘s new upcoming box set essentially consists of material from their X (2002), Yeah! (2006) and Songs From The Sparkle Lounge (2008) era, and it will be available in CD (six) and LP (nine) formats.
The track “10 Times Bigger Than Love” was originally released as a B-side track to the single “Long, Long Way To Go” from the group’s album X and it appears on the B-Sides record of the upcoming box set.
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of X: “Do I feel ripped off? Not really. I like the record, but I don’t love it. I’m slightly disappointed. I expected a new great rock album and instead I heard a few songs that could have passed for N Sync. What is up with that? I won’t go as far as to call this a sell out album, but I will say that “Four Letter Word” is by far the best song on the album. But, if you hear “Four Letter Word” on the radio and think, “Wow, Def Leppard can still rock out,” don’t be sucked in. They try too hard to appeal to the wrong audience on this album and nothing but “Four Letter Word” resembles the Def Leppard I’ve known and still love.”
Def Leppard‘s “10 Times Bigger Than Love” track: