Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
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DownPaymentBlues78
January 31st 2006



278 Comments


Underrated? I'd say this is overrated. It's nothing compared to Led Zep II.

DesolationRow
January 31st 2006



833 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

II is probably the best of the first four, but this and Physical Graffiti are their best, in my opinion.

No Quarter is the only song i really listen to on a daily basis.

Thor
January 31st 2006



10158 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This album blows away all other Zep albums IMO. There isn't a filler track and it never stops changing, which I love.

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Trexrosphere
January 31st 2006



50 Comments


this was excellently done. great review.

dustyboy316
February 1st 2006



56 Comments


One of they're best albums for sure.

Iscariot
February 11th 2006



21 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Awesome review, incredible album.

tom79
February 12th 2006



3347 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Great Album, probably my favourite zeppelin album

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Dried Muffin Remnants
February 12th 2006



297 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Best Zep album, IMO. "The Ocean" is sweet, fun, classic Led Zep, and No Quarter is just so atmospheric. Those two are my favorites, but every song on here is great.

5/5 Classic

MidnightRider
March 18th 2006



18 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

My favorite Zep album, The Rain Song is particularly amazing.

redparrot5446
March 22nd 2006



13 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this is the greatest zeppelin album IMO


led-zep-chris
March 31st 2006



52 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I like the way they toyed around with different genres like funk [The Crunge] and reggae [D'Yer Mak'er]
There isn't a dull song on the album, each one is way different than the last
This was the album after VI so you'd think it would have been nowhere near as successful.. stairway, black dog, and rock & roll were on VI, to name a few. But Houses of the Holy ended up selling something like 22 million
Just another reason why Led Zeppelin were the best band on earth :D

DownPaymentBlues78
March 31st 2006



278 Comments


Actually, VI is 6 in Roman numerals. The album released before this one would be IV.

Phsyical Graffiti I think is way better than this, as are II and IV.

Bron-Yr-Aur
April 9th 2006



4405 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Godly. All Zeppelin is godly.

slack
April 9th 2006



248 Comments


Great review, great album.

Bron-Yr-Aur
April 11th 2006



4405 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

A superb album. Every Zeppelin cd has been my favorite at one point or another, right now it's this one. great review.

overdriven101
April 14th 2006



272 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

great album: dancing days, the song remains the same and over the hills and far away are the essentials on this album!

clownboot
April 15th 2006



7 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Great mix of songs. Over the Hills and Far Away is really good, bet even better live.

azninvasion292
May 7th 2006



21 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

over the hills and far away is one of the best acoustic parts i've ever heard. but then again so are the rain song and stairway to heaven

led zeppelin rules: all bow down!

kingurth
May 8th 2006



10 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Pretty great album...also, wins an Honorable Mention award in my personal list of creepiest album covers ever. I found it in my dad's shelf a while back, and when I first looked at it I almost dropped it because of how it freaked me out. I didn't realize what it was a picture of at first.

ledzeppelin1249
May 10th 2006



6 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

If your a led zeppelin fan and you think this album sucks, your not a true led zeppelin fan. This album is a mind blowing. i think over the hills far away is there best song on this album.

Get it

5/5



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