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Try FluentU for Free Home » Korean Learning Resources » Wanna Learn Korean? 13 Exciting Websites You Should Know About in 2022 By Sheena Dizon and Samantha Wanna Learn Korean? 13 Exciting Websites You Should Know About in 2022 When you start learning Korean, trying to find the right online resources can be overwhelming.

Which one should you choose? In this list, I’m covering the top websites for learning Korean that you’ll need along your journey to mastering the language. Contents • Memrise • FluentU • Talking2Koreans • Go!

Billy Korean • Sejong Korean • KoreanClass101 • Dom & Hyo • Cyber University of Korea: Quick Korean • Talk to Me in Korean • How to Study Korean • GLOSS Korean • Naver or Daum Webtoons • Naver or Daum Blogs • Study Tips for Making the Most of Learning Korean Online Download: This blog post is available as a convenient and portable PDF that you can take anywhere. Click here to get a copy. (Download) Memrise Beginner While Memrise isn’t exclusively a Korean study site, it has a ton of Korean sections from which to choose.

If you’re an absolute beginner who still needs to learn Hangul, head here to begin learning pronunciation. Choose “Courses,” go to “Korean” and search for “A Lesson Hangul.” Start practicing and listening to the sounds. Using multiple-choice quizzes, you’ll learn the alphabet and even vocabulary words in no time.

FluentU Beginner–Advanced The FluentU program uses authentic Korean videos for an immersive learning experience. The program’s library includes a wide variety of contemporary videos featuring native Korean speakers. This means you’ll be able to experience modern Korean as it’s spoken today in a variety of contexts, such as music videos, commercials, sketch comedy, inspirational talks and more.

Every video is equipped with interactive captions in English and Korean, which provide you with contextual definitions without leaving the video. You can toggle these on or off to fit your needs and save new words to personalized flashcards. Personalized, multimedia quizzes help you study new words from your flashcard list as well as after each video. Talking2Koreans Beginner Prefer to study from a textbook? Talking2Korean might just be for you. What began as language activities for a popular language textbook in Australian universities eventually blossomed into a couple of textbooks.

The professors continuously revised their content based on ongoing student feedback to make their dialogues as realistic as possible. They did this to get their students to speak to each other immediately and in a natural manner, instead of having them base their learning on traditional polite speech.

Talking2Koreans has mostly free resources, including a couple of eBooks, audio files, vocab lists and self-tests. The textbook “Strategies for Communicating in Korean” can also be found on Amazon. Go! Billy Korean Beginner Although Billy began his journey back in 2005 and now lives in South Korea, he still considers himself to be a student of the language.

Compared to native Korean i wanna be u, Billy has a unique perspective on learning the language. Therefore, he’s able to explain complex grammar forms in terms that native English speakers will understand. Go! Billy Korean is a great place to start since it’s filled with approachable and entertaining content on language, lifestyle and travel. In addition to the website, you can check out his series of books called “Korean Made Simple,” available in print and eBook formats.

You may also download them as audiobooks for free. Sejong Korean Beginner–Intermediate King Sejong Institute was established by the South Korean i wanna be u and is now a brand name of Korean language institutes in South Korea and beyond. This agency is all about spreading Korean language education and culture all over the world. Fun fact: The institution was named after the inventor of Hangul! One of the best parts of this website is the structure of their videos.

Concepts are explained in Korean rather than English to enhance your listening skills, immersing you in the language. This can be intimidating for a beginner, but don’t worry— the videos are equipped with English subtitles. And in case you aren’t a native English speaker, or are fluent in any other languages, other language subtitle options are available. KoreanClass101 Beginner–Advanced While many of its resources require a paid plan, this site has a ton of free material to begin learning basic vocabulary and even phrases.

One fun feature is its vocabulary lists, which are often updated for the holidays. The free material mainly uses audio to teach you. Lesson PDFs, reviews, dialogue audio and interactive learning features are available with a membership only. Either way, it’s excellent for listening practice.

Dom & Hyo Beginner–Intermediate This site is best for beginners who want to learn with colorful illustrations. Dom is an ESL teacher in Korea and an active student. His i wanna be u, Hyo, is a native Korean who can double-check his work, so you know you’re getting accurate graphics.

His comics are fun and easy. They’re great to save and have on hand for quick reference.

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He also has comics i wanna be u daily Korean life, which are in both English and Korean. You can practice your reading comprehension here as your level gets more advanced. Cyber University of Korea: Quick Korean Beginner–Intermediate For those who crave a bit more of an academic setting, I’d recommend the Cyber University of Korea’s own free online course, “Quick Korean.” While I wouldn’t recommend it for an absolute beginner, if you’re at a stage where you want to move beyond basic vocabulary words, this is for you.

Talk to Me in Korean Intermediate–Advanced Easily one of the most popular online Korean resources, Talk to Me in Korean is an awesome program with native Korean speakers who really understand how to break down more difficult grammar points. It’s mainly a podcast, but each lesson comes with a PDF of the lesson as well (or you can buy the workbooks in a bundle). While I love TTMIK and listen to the podcasts, I do warn it’s not for a beginner.

It’s best to completely know Hangul and build up a vocabulary list before you dive in. How to Study Korean Intermediate–Advanced This site is an excellent resource for those who prefer more reading and writing versus listening. It’s thoroughly organized into units.

With each lesson, they introduce you to new vocabulary before thoroughly explaining a grammar point. They then provide multiple sample sentences for every situation to help you practice it. I noticed that when I was studying Korean and needed to search for clarification, this is the site that would pop up and be the most useful. GLOSS Korean Advanced The Global Language Online Support System (GLOSS) is actually a product of the Defense Language Institute (DLI), part of the United States Department of Defense (DoD).

One of its main objectives is training American personnel in foreign languages, and Korean is one of them. GLOSS Korean is definitely i wanna be u the more advanced learner as it bases its lessons off of real material like newspapers or television shows to really ensure fluency. This is also great if you want more serious reading to test your comprehension. Naver or Daum Webtoons Advanced Webtoons are an incredibly popular form of entertainment in Korea for all ages.

If you prefer something more i wanna be u, start scrolling through the hundreds of webtoons available on Korea’s two main search platforms, Naver and Daum. Important to note: Webtoons are designed more for mobile devices than your laptop. Naver or Daum Blogs Advanced Another resource to use is the multitude of blogs on these same platforms. Look for topics that interest you and change the search to 블로그 (blog).

You’ll be able to find something that interests you and get an understanding of how Koreans might write or speak. This is great to pair with the more formal GLOSS, as you’ll come to understand the way a typical Korean speaks. Study Tips for Making the Most of Learning Korean Online • Make a schedule and stick to it. If you enrolled in (and paid good money for) a course that holds class every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., how often would you miss class?

I’m betting you’d have next to perfect attendance. The same should go for online learning. I highly recommend setting aside about an hour of study each night to learn Korean with websites.

And yes, at a certain level, watching your favorite Korean movie, whether you’re renting or using Netflix, totally counts. • Keep a notebook. Nothing helps you remember how to do something more than physically writing it down, especially if you need to learn Hangul, the Korean alphabet. Oftentimes, you may have the option of doing little exercises. Either print them out or use your notebook to write down your answers. • Find somewhere you can talk.

You need to be able to repeat after the virtual teachers at some point or sound out new vocabulary. Make sure you have a space where you can do this. • I wanna be u something to warm up your screen. Huh? Okay, hear me out.

Don’t your eyes get tired after staring at a screen for too long? Mine certainly do. Downloading software or using a plugin that “warms” up the blue screen will make studying and reading online much easier.

I prefer f.lux, but there are quite a few free, safe options out there. This is going to especially help if you schedule your hour later in the evening. Well, there you have it! A collection of amazing websites for learning Korean to bring you from total beginner to fluent speaker. These sites will give you a range of options for whichever part of language learning you want to focus on—listening, i wanna be u, speaking or reading.

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Contents • 1 World War I • 2 1950s–1971 • 3 1971 to 1980 • 4 1980 to 2001 • 5 2001 to 2006 • 6 2006 to 2018 • 7 2018 to present • 8 See also • 9 References • 10 External links World War I i wanna be u edit ] "I Want YOU for US Army" featured on a poster of Uncle Sam painted by James Montgomery Flagg.

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1950s–1971 [ edit ] "Choice, Not Chance" and "Modern Army Green" were both used i wanna be u slogans to advertise for having the choice of job training, travel, and branch and to highlight the newly introduced Class A Uniform, respectively.

Public announcements on broadcast television, and highway roadway signs advertised slogans during a time of a national draft of young men 18 to 34 years of age. The advantage of volunteering for service as opposed to being drafted was the option to choose which career field you wanted to serve in along with the first unit and/or location of assignment. 1971 to 1980 [ edit ] "Today's Army Wants You" was a recruiting slogan from the 1971 Volunteer Army (Project VOLAR) campaign, which was introduced as the country prepared to transition to an all-volunteer military.

When N. W. Ayer & Son, who were engaged by the US Army, believed they felt the army said "Today's Army is changing; we want to meet you half way", the firm came up with that slogan. General William Westmoreland asked "Do we have i wanna be u ask it that way?" but agreed to the campaign.

The slogan was replaced by "Join the People Who've Joined the Army" in 1973, which later evolved into "This is the Army." [3] Slogan was written in 1971 by Ted Regan Jr., Executive Vice President and Executive Creative Director of N.W. Ayer, the Army's ad agency. Regan also wrote the follow up slogan, "Join the people who've joined the Army." 1980 to 2001 [ edit ] "Be All You Can Be" was the recruiting slogan of the United States Army for over twenty years.

[4] Earl Carter (pen-name, E.N.J. Carter) working for the N. W. Ayer Advertising Agency as a Senior Copywriter created the "Be All You Can Be" theme line in 1980. [5] In January 2003, the U.S. Army awarded Carter its Outstanding Civilian Service Award.

[6] Carter’s original concept sheet, with words “Be All You Can Be”, is now part of a permanent collection at the US Army Heritage Center Foundation. 2001 to 2006 [ edit ] A Humvee wrapped with the slogan in April 2006 "Army of One" was a relatively short-lived recruiting slogan.

It replaced the popular "Be All You Can Be" and was replaced in 2006 by the new slogan "Army Strong". [7] The reason for the replacement, states Frank Luntz, is that the slogan "Army of One" is contrary to the idea of teamwork. [8] 2006 to 2018 [ edit ] The "Army Strong" advertising campaign's debut video, released in October 2006.

" Army Strong" is the recruiting slogan that has been used for more than a decade by the United States Army. The composer of the music used in the Army Strong television advertisements is Mark Isham.

[9] 2018 to present [ edit ] The Army debuted a new recruiting slogan, " Warriors Wanted," in October 2018. [10] [11] The Army updated the recruiting slogan to " What's Your Warrior?" in 2019. The slogan launched on broadcast, print and digital properties in November 2019 and used "soldier stories" to persuade youths to enlist. [12] See also [ edit ] • United States Armed Forces References [ edit ] • ^ "The Most Famous I wanna be u.

American Treasures of the Library of Congress. • ^ "Who Created Uncle Sam?". Life's Little Mysteries. Live Science. Archived from the original on 3 December 2008. Retrieved 16 February 2012. • ^ pp.141–142 Griffith, Robert K. & Wyndham, John U.S Army's Transition to the All Volunteer Force 1868–1974 1997 DIANE Publishing • ^ AdSlogans.com - Wise Words/13 Archived 19 December 2010 at WebCite • ^ “America’s Army”, Beth Bailey, Pages 191, 192 • ^ http://earlcarterawards.com/armypressrelease.pdf Archived 19 December 2010 at WebCite • ^ Tyson, Anne Scott (22 November 2006).

"Army Debuts New Slogan in Recruiting Commercials". The Washington Post. Retrieved i wanna be u June 2012. • ^ Luntz, Frank.

Words That Work. p. 119. ISBN 9781401385750. Why did the U.S. Army jettison "be all that you can be," surely one of the most widely known taglines in the world, for the rather odd and uninspiring "An army of one"? Especially when an "army," by definition, is more than one person. While it is understandable for an organization like the military to want to individualize and personalize what it does, that's just not a believable or credible selling point.

• ^ The making of "Army Strong" • ^ Myers, Meghann (4 January 2019). "New in 2019: The Army is pulling out all the stops to attract Generation Z". Army Times .

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Retrieved 28 March 2019. • ^ "Become a Warrior in the Army - goarmy.com". www.goarmy.com. Retrieved 28 March 2019. • ^ "U.S. Army: What's Your Warrior?".

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Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • • " Let's Get Rocked" Released: March 1992 • " Make Love Like a Man" Released: June 1992 • " Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad" Released: September 1992 (UK) • " Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion)" Released: December 1992 (US) • " Heaven Is" Released: January 1993 (UK) • " Tonight" Released: March 1993 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic link Robert Christgau [4] Rolling Stone [5] Sputnik Music Adrenalize is the fifth studio album by English rock band Def Leppard, released on 31 March 1992 through Mercury Records.

The first album by the band following the death of guitarist Steve Clark in 1991, it spawned seven singles. Four of those – " Let's Get Rocked", " Make Love Like a Man", " Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad", and " Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion)" – were major hits. "White Lightning" is dedicated to the memory of Clark, [6] who has writing credits on six of the album's 10 tracks.

Contents • 1 Recording • 2 Commercial performance and reception • 3 Track listing • 3.1 Deluxe edition (Bonus CD) • 4 Personnel • 4.1 Additional personnel • 4.2 Production • 5 Charts • 5.1 Weekly charts • 5.2 Year-end charts • 6 Certifications • 7 Notes i wanna be u 8 References Recording [ edit i wanna be u Instead of replacing Steve Clark with a new member, the band recorded the album as a four-piece.

"We had recorded demos on multitrack," recalled fellow guitarist Phil Collen. "I was sitting there with him when he played the original parts. I could relay that.

But it was like playing along to a ghost." [7] This was also the band's first album since 1981 recorded without longtime producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange. Instead, the band took matters in their own hands and produced the album themselves along with longtime engineer Mike Shipley; [6] with Lange credited as executive producer. [8] "We coped without Mutt quite well…" recalled Joe Elliott.

"Mutt was in his studio in Guildford with Bryan Adams and we'd be in Dublin, talking every day… But it wasn't as adventurous as Hysteria. It was more of a rock album, less experimental.

It's like with Pink Floyd: to me, Adrenalize was our Wish You Were Here and Hysteria was our Dark Side of the Moon." [9] Commercial performance and reception [ edit ] Adrenalize debuted at No. 1 on both the UK Albums Chart [10] and, in the following week, on the U.S. Billboard 200. [11] It stayed at No. 1 of the Billboard chart for five weeks keeping Bruce Springsteen's Human Touch off the top spot, and spent 65 weeks on the charts in total. The album received mixed reviews: some critics praised its production values and instantly catchy and radio-friendly material, while others called it tired and formulaic.

[12] In a four-star review for Rolling Stone, J.D. Considine wrote: " Adrenalize is so relentlessly catchy that it almost seems as if the band is about to abandon its heavy-metal roots for the greener fields of hard pop." [13] Other reviewers also noted the album's less metal sound and pointed out its lack of cohesion. A staff writer for Sputnikmusic said that, despite the slick production, the album doesn't match the standard set by the band’s previous two records, which they referred to as masterpieces." [14] Writing in 2009, after Pyromania and Adrenalize have been reissued, Toby Cook of The Quietus said that, despite Adrenalize's many flaws, "the record buying public of '92 cared not." [15] Indeed, the album would go on to sell more than seven million copies worldwide, remaining Def Leppard's last studio album to achieve major mainstream success.

[6] Track listing [ edit ] Side one No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. " Let's Get Rocked" • Clark • Collen • Elliott • Savage 3:38 Total length: 45:22 Japanese bonus tracks No. Title Writer(s) Length 11. " Miss You in a Heartbeat" (electric version) Collen 5:06 12.

"She's Too Tough" Elliott 3:39 Deluxe edition (Bonus CD) [ edit ] In the Clubs. In Your Face - Bonn, Germany 29/05/92 No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. " Hysteria" (live) • Clark • Collen • Elliott • Lange • Savage 6:34 • Tracks 1–4 are taken from the band's In the Clubs.

In Your Face EP, recorded at Bonn, Germany, on 29 May 1992 • Tracks 5 & 6 taken from " Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad" single. • Tracks 7 & 8 taken from " Tonight" single. • Track 9 taken from " Make Love Like a Man" UK single and " Two Steps Behind" US single. • Track 10 taken from " Two Steps Behind" single. • Tracks 11 & 12 taken from " Let's Get Rocked" single.

Personnel [ edit ] • Joe Elliott – lead vocals, backing vocals • Phil Collen – lead and rhythm guitars (except acoustic guitar on "Tonight"), backing vocals, Cockney rhyming rap on "Make Love Like a Man" • Rick Savage – bass guitar, backing vocals, acoustic guitar on "Tonight" • Rick Allen – drums, i wanna be u vocals Additional personnel [ edit ] • The Sideways Mob – backing vocals • Robert John "Mutt" Lange, John Sykes - backing vocals • Phil "Crash" Nicholas – keyboards on "Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion)" Production [ edit ] • Mike "Bat Ears" Shipley – producer, engineer, mixing • Def Leppard – producer • Pete Woodroffe – engineer, programming, sequencing • Robert John "Mutt" Lange – executive producer • Robert Scovill – assistant engineer • Bob Ludwig – mastering • Andie Airfix – art direction • Pamela Springsteen – photography Charts [ edit ] Weekly charts [ edit ] Chart (1992-1993) Peak position Australian Albums ( ARIA) [16] 1 Austrian Albums ( Ö3 Austria) [17] 11 Canada Top Albums/CDs ( RPM) [18] 1 Dutch Albums ( Album Top 100) [19] 27 French Albums ( SNEP) [20] 18 Finnish Albums ( Suomen virallinen lista) [21] 17 German Albums ( Offizielle Top 100) [22] 8 Hungarian Albums ( MAHASZ) [23] 17 New Zealand Albums ( RMNZ) [24] 1 Norwegian Albums ( VG-lista) [25] 2 Swedish Albums ( Sverigetopplistan) [26] 5 Swiss Albums ( Schweizer Hitparade) [27] 1 UK Albums ( OCC) [28] 1 US Billboard 200 [29] 1 Year-end charts [ edit ] Chart (1992) Position Australian Albums (ARIA) [30] 24 German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) [31] 31 New Zealand Albums (RMNZ) [32] 28 Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade) [33] 7 US Billboard 200 [34] 15 Certifications [ edit ] Region Certification Certified units/sales Australia ( ARIA) [35] Platinum 70,000 ^ Canada ( Music Canada) [36] 4× Platinum 400,000 ^ Finland ( Musiikkituottajat) [37] Gold 25,000 [37] France ( SNEP) [38] Gold 100,000 * Japan ( RIAJ) [39] Gold 100,000 ^ Mexico ( AMPROFON) [40] Gold 100,000 ^ New Zealand ( RMNZ) [41] Gold 7,500 ^ Sweden ( GLF) [42] Gold 50,000 ^ Switzerland ( IFPI Switzerland) [43] Platinum 50,000 ^ United Kingdom ( BPI) [44] Platinum 300,000 ^ United States ( RIAA) [45] 3× Platinum 3,000,000 ^ * Sales figures based on certification alone.

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone. Notes [ edit ] • ^ "D E F L E P I wanna be u A R D. C O M". 21 December 2001.

Archived from the original on 21 December 2001. Retrieved 12 August 2018. • ^ Elliott, Paul (6 March 2018). "Def Leppard look back on how they made 90s rock classic Adrenalize". Classic Rock. Future plc. Retrieved 28 October 2019. • ^ Basner, Dave (31 March 2017). [1]. iHeartRadio.

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iHeartMedia. Retrieved 28 October 2019. • ^ Christgau, Robert. "Def Leppard". Robert Christgau. • ^ J.D. Considine (16 April 1992). "Adrenalize - Album Reviews". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2 November 2011. • ^ a b c Kielty, Martin (31 March 2017).

"When Def Leppard Beat the Grunge Clock With 'Adrenalize' ". Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved 15 May 2021. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status ( link) • ^ Barton, Geoff: "Steve was an artist…"; Classic Rock #219, February 2016, p184 • ^ "Def Leppard News - The Story of Def Leppard's ADRENALIZE Album (Released 25 Years Ago)".

Def Leppard Tour History. Retrieved 15 May 2021. • ^ Wall, Mick (May 2018). "A wild ride over stony ground". Classic Rock. No. 248. p. 38. • ^ "adrenalize - full Official Chart History - Official Charts Company". www.officialcharts.com. Retrieved 15 May 2021. • ^ "Top Current Album Sales Chart". Billboard. Retrieved 15 May 2021. • ^ "Def Leppard Adrenalize - AllMusic Review by Steve Huey". AllMusic. Retrieved 8 May 2022. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status ( link) • ^ Considine, J.D.

(16 April 1992). "Adrenalize". Rolling Stone. • ^ "Def Leppard - Adrenalize (album review ) - Sputnikmusic". www.sputnikmusic.com. Retrieved 15 May 2021. • ^ Cook, Toby (11 June 2009). "Reviews - Def Leppard - Pyromania & Adrenalize Reissues". The Quietus. Retrieved 15 May 2021. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status ( link) • ^ "Australiancharts.com – Def Leppard – Adrenalize".

Hung Medien. Retrieved 2 April 2019. • ^ "Austriancharts.at – Def Leppard – Adrenalize" (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved 25 September 2021. • ^ "Top RPM Albums: Issue 2102". RPM. Library i wanna be u Archives Canada. Retrieved 25 September 2021. • ^ "Dutchcharts.nl – Def Leppard – Adrenalize" (in Dutch). Hung Medien. Retrieved 25 September 2021. • ^ "Le Détail des Albums de chaque Artiste – D". Infodisc.fr (in French).

Archived from the original on 22 October 2014. Retrieved 9 June 2012. Select Def Leppard from the menu, then press OK. • ^ " Def Leppard: Adrenalize" (in Finnish). Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland. Retrieved 26 August 2018. • ^ "Offiziellecharts.de – Def Leppard – Adrenalize" (in German).

GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved 2 April 2019. • ^ "Album Top 40 slágerlista – 1992. 28. hét" (in Hungarian). MAHASZ. Retrieved 25 November 2021. • ^ "Charts.nz – Def Leppard – Adrenalize". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2 April 2019. • ^ "Norwegiancharts.com – Def Leppard – Adrenalize". Hung Medien.

Retrieved 2 April 2019. • ^ "Swedishcharts.com – Def Leppard – Adrenalize". I wanna be u Medien. Retrieved 2 April 2019.

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• ^ "Swisscharts.com – Def Leppard – Adrenalize". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2 April 2019. • ^ "Official Albums Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company.

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• ^ "Def Leppard Chart History ( Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved 2 April 2019. • ^ "ARIA Top 100 Albums for 1992". Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 25 January 2022. • ^ "Top 100 Album-Jahrescharts". GfK Entertainment (in German). offiziellecharts.de. Retrieved 25 January 2022. • ^ "Top Selling Albums of 1992". Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved 9 February 2022. • ^ "Schweizer Jahreshitparade 1992". hitparade.ch. Retrieved 25 January 2022. • ^ "Top Billboard 200 Albums – Year-End 1992".

Billboard. Archived from the original on 30 April 2021. Retrieved 25 January 2022. • ^ "ARIA Charts – Accreditations – 1992 Albums" (PDF).

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Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 12 November 2021. • ^ "Canadian album certifications – Def Leppard – Adrenalize". Music Canada. Retrieved 24 April 2019. • ^ a b "Def Leppard" (in Finnish). Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland. Retrieved 24 April 2019. • ^ "French album certifications – Def Leppard – Adrenalize" (in French). InfoDisc. Retrieved 12 November 2021. Select DEF LEPPARD and click OK .

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• ^ "Japanese album certifications – Def Leppard – Adrenalize" (in Japanese). Recording Industry Association of Japan. Retrieved 24 April 2019. Select 1992年5月 on the drop-down menu • ^ "Certificaciones" (in Spanish). Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas. Retrieved 24 April 2019. Type Def Leppard in the box under the ARTISTA column heading and Adrenalize in the box under the TÍTULO column heading. • ^ "New Zealand album i wanna be u – Def Leppard – Adrenalize".

Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved 7 January 2020. • ^ "Guld- och Platinacertifikat − År 1987−1998" (PDF) (in Swedish). IFPI Sweden. Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 May 2011. Retrieved 24 April 2019. • ^ "The Official Swiss Charts and Music Community: Awards (Def Leppard; 'Adrenalize ')". IFPI Switzerland. Hung Medien .

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Retrieved 24 April 2019. • ^ "British album certifications – Def Leppard – Adrenalize". British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 24 April 2019. • ^ "American album certifications – Def Leppard – Adrenalize". Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved 24 April 2019. References [ edit ] • Adrenalize (CD booklet). Def Leppard. London, England: Mercury. 1992. 314 512 185-2. {{ cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) ( link) • " Wasted" • " Hello America" • " Let It Go" • " Bringin' On the Heartbreak" • " Photograph" • " Rock of Ages" • " Foolin'" • " Too Late for Love" • " Women" • " Animal" • " Pour Some Sugar on Me" • " Hysteria" • " Armageddon It" • " Love Bites" • " Rocket" • " Let's Get Rocked" • " Make Love Like a Man" • " Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad" • " Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion)" • " Heaven Is" • " Tonight" • " Two Steps Behind" • " Desert Song" • " Action" • " When Love & Hate Collide" • " Slang" • " Work It Out" • " All I Want Is Everything" • " Breathe a Sigh" • " Promises" • " Paper Sun" • " Goodbye" • " Now" • " Long, Long Way to Go" • " No Matter What" • " Rock On" • " 20th Century Boy" • " Undefeated" Other songs Hidden categories: • CS1 maint: url-status • CS1 French-language sources (fr) • CS1 German-language sources (de) • CS1 Finnish-language sources (fi) • CS1 Japanese-language sources (ja) • CS1 Spanish-language sources (es) • CS1 Swedish-language sources (sv) • Use dmy dates from September 2020 • Use British English from April 2011 • Articles with short description • Short description is different from Wikidata • Articles with hAudio microformats • Album articles lacking alt text for covers • Album chart usages for Australia • Album chart usages for Austria • Album chart usages for Canada • Album chart usages for Netherlands • I wanna be u chart usages for Finland • Album chart usages for Germany4 • Album chart usages for Hungary • Album chart usages for New Zealand • Album chart usages for Norway • Album chart usages for Sweden • Album chart usages for Switzerland • Album chart i wanna be u for UK2 • Album chart usages for Billboard200 • Certification Table Entry usages for Australia • Pages using certification Table Entry with shipments figures • Certification Table Entry usages for Canada • Certification Table Entry usages for Finland • Certification Table Entry usages for France • Pages using certification Table Entry with sales figures • Certification Table Entry usages for Japan • Certification Table Entry usages for Mexico • Certification Table Entry usages for New Zealand • Certification Table Entry usages for Sweden • Certification Table Entry usages for Switzerland • Certification Table Entry usages for United Kingdom • Certification Table Entry usages for United States • Pages using certification Table Entry with sales footnote • Pages using certification Table Entry with shipments footnote • CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) • Articles with MusicBrainz release group identifiers Edit links • This page was last edited on 8 May 2022, at 19:11 (UTC).

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