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Bron-Yr-Aur
June 4th 2006


4405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Teh what? I don't intetnionally whore anything Mr.Iluvatar. However, I do comment on them far too much I suppose. I'm done.This Message Edited On 06.05.06

onefortheman25
June 6th 2006


196 Comments


I would have to say "I can't quite you babe" is easily there most "bluesy"song to date.
If you don't believe me, just listen to the first five seconds.

"I... Can't quite you baaabe!, then, bring on the pentatonic solos.

Rocksta71
June 6th 2006


1023 Comments


Every Zeppelin blues number, early fleetwood mac, cream, Hendrix, clapton, chuck berry, bb king ect.
All im saying is that it has so much emotion that it sends shivers down my spine, the guitar riffs are epic a plants voice is heavenly.

tom79
June 9th 2006


3430 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This is quickly becoming my favorite Zeppelin album at the moment. Well, maybe only next to PG. And a very nice to review.

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Nightside
June 9th 2006


102 Comments


Led Zeppelin is one of my favorite bands and the immigrant song is best on this album. Led Zeppeling 4 and 2 are my favs

Bron-Yr-Aur
June 9th 2006


4405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5



Led Zeppelin is one of my favorite bands and the immigrant song is best on this album. Led Zeppeling 4 and 2 are my favs




No, it's really, really not. This Message Edited On 06.09.06

tom79
June 9th 2006


3430 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

yeah its probably not, but it almost seems like you don't like it as much because of its popularity.

Bron-Yr-Aur
June 9th 2006


4405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

No that's not true. I like it alot. It's just over-rated is all. People salivate over the song, and it's really not anything worth freaking out over.

Muisee
June 16th 2006


679 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

My favorite Led Zeppelin album, good review also.

Rocksta71
June 24th 2006


1023 Comments


I am still digging "since i've been loving you" masterpeice of a song, honestly.

Hunter555
July 4th 2006


424 Comments


"My answer to such a fiend would be to simply open their mind to the possibility that an acoustic song can say more in three minutes than a ten-minute guitar solo (I’m looking at you, “Free Bird”) could ever hope to."
(Shields up) Free Birds beats this whole album.

nutty_bar
July 12th 2006


194 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

"Classic" is the perfect word for this cd, it fully deserved a 5. Page, Plant, and Bonham didn't let anybody down with this. From everybody's favorites like Immigrant Song to personal favorites like Out on the Tiles. It has the hard-rockin songs to the groovin' and the slower acoustic stuff.



Quality review, as well.



Peace.





Rocksta71
July 12th 2006


1023 Comments


Yeah, this album does have a nice mix, I just don't like the order in which the tracks are placed, all the good tracks come first then the filler. They would have done better to mix things up a little, one rocker, one acoustic, one blues ect.
it would make the album stronger as a whole.

nutty_bar
July 12th 2006


194 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Considering my iTunes play count starts out really high in the beginning, and slowly goes down, I do see where you are coming from. But! There is a solution! Mix up the order and burn your own!

Rocksta71
July 12th 2006


1023 Comments


Yeah, I think i'll do that.

Bron-Yr-Aur
July 12th 2006


4405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I actually find the order quite satisfying.

nutty_bar
July 12th 2006


194 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

It's not really a bad order I guess, but it does get weaker at the end of the album. But everything was different in 1970, so who knows what they were thinking. But, I am pretty sure if that CD came out in '06 the fillers would be mixed in with the instant classics.



If this came out in '06, It would also be amazing seeing what Page and crew could do with today's technology. Mm mm good, like Campbells soup.

Bron-Yr-Aur
July 12th 2006


4405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

It'd be interesting to see what Jimmy would come up with production-wise, but I think it's fine as it is. This is how it really should sound, to me anyway.

nutty_bar
July 12th 2006


194 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

It's a shame what drugs does to you. I swear on my life I will never get into them because I have seen what it does to so many of my heroes. If Bonham hadn't died they had so many great years ahead of them.



And, for an "un-led-ed" not, think of what Jimi Hendrix could have done if he had lived a full life. That was one sick dude.

DownPaymentBlues78
July 12th 2006


278 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I don't think Led Zeppelin had "so many great years ahead of them". I mean, look at how their quality was already getting sketchy. Starting with Presence, and certainly on In Through the Out Door, their albums just didn't compare to the classic Zep albums. It's only reasonable to expect that their albums would have continued in that pattern.



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