^They have bad blood with their record label so I don't think it willhappen.
2/3/18 Billboard 200:posting.php?mode=reply&f=5&t=133200Billboard 200 Chart Moves: Def Leppard's 'Hysteria' Back In Top 40 After 28 Years
By Keith Caulfield | February 01, 2018 10:28 PM EST
— Def Leppard, Hysteria – No. 39 — The return of Def Leppard’s full catalog of music to digital retail, and its arrival on streaming services (both on Jan. 19), naturally pumps big gains for the band on the charts. The bulk of the rock act’s older catalog had been absent from digital retail since 2007, and from streaming services almost entirely, as the group had long disputed its payment rates from digital sales and streams.
The Def Lep hit parade is led by their 1987 monster album Hysteria, as it re-enters the Billboard 200 at No. 39 — its highest rank since June 17, 1989. The album, which spent six weeks at No. 1 in 1988, climbs back onto the list with 13,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Jan. 25 (up 2,337 percent), according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 7,000 were in traditional album sales (mostly from digital album sales), 5,000 were in track equivalent album units, and a little over 1,000 were in streaming equivalent album units.
The band’s Vault: Greatest Hits 1980-1995 also returns (No. 79; 8,000 units), as does Pyromania (No. 146; 5,000 units).
In total, the band’s equivalent album units grew 1,083 percent to 35,000 units. Their catalog of albums sold 24,000 digital downloads, 66,000 digital songs, and generated 4.3 million on-demand audio streams. “Pour Some Sugar On Me” was their top selling track and most streamed song (7,000 downloads; 1.9 million streams). The tune, from Hysteria, peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1988.