Two Steps Behind" is a 1993 song by English hard rock band Def Leppard from their album Retro Active and Last Action Hero Soundtrack. It reached on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, and on the Billboard Hot 100. Though the band did manage to chart a few more songs in the following years, this is generally considered to be the band's last major hit in the US. In the 1993 Metal Edge Readers' Choice Awards, the song was voted "Song of the Year" and "Best Song From a Movie Soundtrack.
Two Steps Behind is a 1993 song by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their album Retro Active and Last Action Hero Soundtrack. In the 1993 Metal Edge Readers' Choice Awards, the song was voted Song of the Year and Best Song From a Movie Soundtrack. Def Leppard have recorded two different versions of the song – an electric version and an acoustic version – the widely released one was the acoustic version which featured on the greatest hits Vault.
Def Leppard released their classic Two Steps Behind single on this day in 1993 in the UK. The first single to be released from the Retro-Active album. It was released on 6th September 1993 and would go on to peak at Number 32 a couple of weeks later. It had already been released on 24th August 1993 in the USA where it would reached Number 12 on the Billboard charts. I wrote this song called Two Steps Behind in 1989 and I demoed it myself one weekend when we were having a break. The engineer for the Adrenalize album. The assistant engineer, a guy called Pete Woodroffe, who's actually engineering and mixing the Retro-Active album. He stayed for the weekend in Dublin and we went in and recorded this song with me playing all the instruments just to demo it.
Def Leppard – Volume Two features 1992’s Adrenalize, which topped the charts in 23 countries, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and on the UK chart, and features songs such as Let’s Get Rocked, Make Love Like A Man, and Have you ever Needed Someone So Bad, 1993’s Top 10 release Retro Active, the bands first compilation. featuring B-sides and previously unreleased recording sessions from 1984 to 1993, Def Leppard’s sixth studio album Slang, released in 1996 and the first full album to feature guitarist Vivian Campbell, and, making its vinyl debut, 1999’s Euphoria, which also.
Take the time to think about it Walk the line, you know you just can't fight it Take a look around and see what you can find
Two Steps Behind" is a 1993 song by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their album Retro Active and Last Action Hero Soundtrack. Def Leppard have recorded two different versions of the song - an electric version and an acoustic version - the widely released one was the acoustic version which featured on the greatest hits Vault.
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|1||Two Steps Behind
Engineer – Pete WoodroffeMixed By – Mike ShipleyOrchestrated By [Orchestration By] – Michael KamenProducer [Unproduced] – Woodroffe*, Collen*, Savage*, Campbell*Producer [Unproduced], Written-By – Elliott*
Engineer – Gary HardyMixed By – Liz StrokaProducer – Def LeppardWritten-By – Elliott*, Collen*, Savage*, Lange*, Clark*
Engineer – Pete WoodroffeProducer – Def LeppardWritten-By – Collen*
- Made By – PDO, UK – 10252941
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram Ltd. (London)
- Copyright (c) – Phonogram Ltd. (London)
NotesLEPCD 12 for UK Catalog#, 862 793-2 for International Catalog#.
Track 2 is a "Warts And All Acoustic" version of "Tonight" that differs from the "Adrenalize" and previous b-side versions.
Track 3 is an instrumental.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 42286 27932 9
- Label Code: LC 7179
- Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout: MADE IN THE U.K. BY PDO LEPCD12 10252941 01 &
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