Wanna relive moments from Def Leppard's performance in St. Louis nearly 30 years ago? You can thanks to some rare soundboard recordings which have just been shared capturing an electric performance that will take you back to a different era.

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I found a collection of these soundboard recordings which just got dropped on Rumble today. This was the Def Leppard show on August 29, 1993 at the Riverport Amphitheatre in St. Louis. The rare aspect of this is the performance was captured directly through the soundboard which means no crowd noise. Just pure Def Leppard almost 30 years ago.

Believe it or not, that's not the complete share of all the soundboards moments from that classic 1993 Def Leppard show in St. Louis. Here's the complete setlist from that night which included 17 Def Leppard classics.

It was the beginning of a new era for Def Leppard as they had just released their Adrenalize album the year prior after mourning the passing of guitarist Steve Clark. It was also the beginning of a new era in rock as bands like Nirvana and Soundgarden had just changed the musical landscape.

Still, this remains as one of the last truly classic Def Leppard performances in St. Louis during their prime years. Hard to believe that these moments happened almost 30 years ago.

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