One by one, Def Leppard's arsenal of hit songs will get a modern-day shining. No, we're not talking about a newly mastered version of "Pyromania" or an anniversary edition of their greatest hits package "Vault." Rather, the band members are rerecording the classics -- starting with 1983's "Rock of Ages" and 1987's "Pour Some Sugar on Me" -- as a way to offer their fans a digital option while at the same giving a giant middle finger to their longtime label Universal


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