2008 album from Great Britain's premiere Arena Rock band, their 14th studio album overall. This is Def Leppard's first album of brand new material since 2002's X and begins yet another remarkable new chapter in the band's 30-year recording career. Recorded last year during month-long stints at lead singer Joe Elliott's Dublin studio, the album's title refers to a backstage area called The Sparkle Lounge on Def Leppard's 2006 tour where the band would go to write songs. Tracks from the album have been described by the group as written in the style of Hysteria, with the production of High 'n' Dry. 11 new songs, including the highly-anticipated track, 'Nine Lives' featuring a groundbreaking collaboration with Country Music superstar Tim McGraw.