It’s been a while since I’ve had an unofficial Def Leppard site, but here
we go. Not too many cheeky comments to be found here, that’s not what
this site is about. I mean, I’m not as British as, say,
(to name just an example).
So here we are at the start of a M
assive project: the online Def
Leppard discography database. Also known as an attempt to catalogue as
many official Def Leppard releases as possible. Probably not something
for the “average” Def Leppard fan, but more for collectors, or those who
need a reference every now and then. There’s really not that many people
who go “I’ve always wondered what the catalogue number was of that one
single with the swimming boy on it!
” after all.
It’s starting quite small, with only a little over two dozen items in the
database, but you gotta start somewhere. We’ll end up with hundreds of items
soon enough anyways.
Don’t worry about the graphics at the top of this page (quickly assembled),
the hideous front page, or the lack of a search functionality
(no out-of-the-box software to catalogue and search is used, and you
try programming query codes yourself when you’ve just figured out how
databases actually work). Busy with all of that.
So there. Who knows this thing may come in handy one day.
And oh, one more thing, just so you know. This site is not officially sanctioned,
supported, paid for, overseen, or supported by Def Leppard, their management,
their record label, or anyone else other than a bunch’o’fans