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Modesty aside, Collen and Def Leppard concocting some elixir of metal maneuvering and poppy hooks worked both commercially and artistically for the band. Going back to before the guitarist joined the group, though, the 1980 single “Hello America” was already a sturdy recombination of late-period Who, a digestible chorus and metal chording. Joe Elliott, the band’s singer, motors through place names, ticking off a bunch of big U.S. cities, Collen said, without having visited any of them. He was about 20 years old.

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