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HYSTERIA DID NOT ENSUE

“I wonder if we’ll be nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this week,” Joe Elliott muses as the Def Leppard frontman and his band mates pose with a gold-record plaque for Mirror Ball – Live & More before the second of two sold-out shows with Journey at the Forum Sunday night. “I wonder if they serve blintzes in the Forum Club,” says preoccupied Mailboat Records topper Harold Sulman (holding plaque). “I'm sure Shelli put it on the menu.” Shown missing Burnstein & Mensch, Mutt Lange and Irwin Steinberg are Def Leppard’s Phil Collen, Rick Allen, Elliott, Vivian Campbell and Rick Savage.

Photo: Kevin Nixon

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