Slang was an album by Def Leppard released in 1996. It was their first full length album featuring Vivian Campbell as lead guitarist, and the first album with no writing credits attributed to the late Steve Clarke, who had previously contributed to the writing process for Adrenalize, prior to his death in 1991. It is also the first album since On Through The Night where long time producer and collaborator "Mutt" Lange did not contribute any material. The album marked a stylistic change for Def Leppard, away from the high production values of their previous releases, towards a more acoustic and organically driven sound. In the UK, the album was preceded by the release of the single "Slang". User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.