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Hunter555
July 4th 2006



424 Comments


WTF? ^
Good Review. THis is awesome music, just not my preference.

overdriven101
July 4th 2006



272 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

this album inspired me to pick up a guitar

rockstar18
October 25th 2006



741 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

classic zeppelin!

grungeguy88
October 27th 2006



788 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This mix I made got stuck in my car CD player, so I swear I listened to "Ramble On" 3 times a day this summer. I love it. The best part is the bass line. "Thank You" and "What Is and What Should Never Be" are incredible songs too.

Two-Headed Boy
November 15th 2006



4527 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Mainstream doesn't mean "played on the radio a lot"

Word.

fisky009
November 30th 2006



813 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Mainstream really means "liked by many or all" in my humble opinion.

Moby Dick=*dribbles thinking about stupedousness*

Best Led Zep album, full stop.

Rocksta71
November 30th 2006



1023 Comments


^To an extent yes, but then you get bands like say for example "King Crimson" who have a masssive cult/underground following somewhat, and that doesnt mean they are mainstream by any means, to make a long story short, a large following doesnt always mean mainstream.


StoneTemplePilot
January 11th 2007



12 Comments


Heart Breaker and Lemon Song are two amazing songs. Zeppelin 1 and 2 are some of their best works.

HumanMagic
September 8th 2007



39 Comments


Not the best but definitely a less mainstream record with strong songs. I like the whole album except one song. Thank You. This is probably due to the fact that Limp Bizkit covered this song.

raisethyfist
June 12th 2008



53 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Wow, The Beatles better than Led Zeppelin? Thats the funniest thing i've heard all week...

Spamue1G
August 11th 2008



1292 Comments


Zep sound a bit dated to me. Well, at least the vocals do. I like them nonetheless, but I find it hard to give any classic ratings. So what does mainstream mean then? I agree, Zep are better than The Beatles, as well.

myhigherpie
September 5th 2008



3027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I thought I should educate you all on the famous "wierd part" of whole lotta love. It is meant to symbolize sex in song form. Plant is moaning and moaning, until page starts his solo which symbolizes the orgasm.

my fav zeppelin album of all time. God I love moby dick. Bonham must have went through 40 drumsets perfecting it.

Anthracks
December 25th 2008



3668 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I'm no Zeppelin fanboy but they are easily the greatest band in the world.

wakeupdead
December 25th 2008



2204 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Mainstream doesn't mean "played on the radio a lot"
That would be called overplayed lol

shindip
March 28th 2009



3536 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

An amazing album, but this review does not really describe the power of the music itself and just seems to go through what happens in the song. Try to include more detail about the emotional aspect of the album, instead of what you just hear.

darthbarf
April 8th 2009



445 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

What a great album. What Is and What Should Never Be, Thank You, and Ramble On are 3 of my favorite LZ songs ever, making II the best LZ album IM humble O

iloveboobies
June 12th 2009



4 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Whole Lotta Love is insane

EasternLight
July 24th 2009



2700 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

just bought this. im expecting nothing short of excellence.

ConorMichaelJoseph
July 24th 2009



1870 Comments


At least it has stood the test of time better than their debut

Nagrarok
July 24th 2009



8169 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

There are few opening riffs so awesome as Whole Lotta Love's. No matter how often I've heard it, it gets me every time. Perfect start of the album.



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