The last single released from Def Leppard's mega-selling Hysteria - "Rocket" - paid tribute to all of the glam rock artists that influenced Leppard early on (David Bowie, Elton John, Queen, etc.). But it turns out that it was a tribal drum beat from an obscure composition by Mike Steiphenson that got "Rocket" off the ground. "I'd been to this sauna, and I'd met this girl who had a tape, of a band called 'Burundi Black,' and this was playing," Leppard singer Joe Elliott recalls. "And the rhythm of it just got me going, to the point that she'd be talking away, and I was like not even hearing a word. All I could hear was this [sings drum part]."