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Led Zeppelin Ranking

My personal ranking for one of my favorite bands ever. What's your ranking?
1Led Zeppelin
Physical Graffiti

My favorite album by Led Zeppelin, because it has an excellent balance of there early and later sound. How each member plays with such passion and heart, the production keeps getting stronger and stronger. How the songs are played with such sensation. Physical Graffiti is sentimental and magical, tracks like Kashmir, Ten Years Gone, Custard Pie, In My Time of Dying, In The Light, The Rover, etc. Physically Graffiti is a define 5/5 in my eyes.
2Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin II

Led Zeppelin II was the start of something special, they experimented with different styles and used it to there advantage. II is raw, sensual and exciting. With tracks like Whole Lotta Love, What Is and What Should Never Be, Lemon Song, Moby Dick, Ramble On, etc. II is such a loved album and it should stay that way.
3Led Zeppelin
Houses of the Holy

Led Zeppelin took more of an experimental side with an haunting atmosphere. All and all the musicianship is incredible and the production is timeless and energetic. Anywhere from the soulful lyrics, passionate musicianship and consistency. Houses of the Holy is one of my favorite albums of all time.
4Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin IV

Led Zeppelin IV is there best selling album with songs like Stairway to Heaven, Black Dog, Misty Mountain Top, Going to California. IV is an legendary classic mixes a great deal of hard rock and blues with an sentimental atmosphere. IV is brilliant in every way manageable, each track is strong with every listen.
5Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin's debut is definitely one of there best. During the late 1960s, rock was moving to a different movement. Led Zeppelin put tons of raw energy and emotion to make them a force to be reckoned with. It's haunting and insanely atmospheric. They started on the right note
6Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin III

III is one of Led Zeppelin's greatest crowning achievements for all the right reasons. Catchy hooks, fantastic guitar playing, drumming is consistent, the vocals are top notch and the bass is crisp and clear. The lyrics are dark and passionate. All the ingredients you need for an superb record.
7Led Zeppelin

Presence is like the AC/DC's Powerage or The Beatles' White Album. It's well loved but not well received. Presence is a brilliant album that features my favorite opener in any album. It's catchy and the musicianship is out of this world. Some of my favorites are Achilles Last Stand, Tea For One, For Your Life and Nobody's Fault But Mine
8Led Zeppelin
In Through the Out Door

During the later years, Led Zeppelin developed more of a pop feel. In Through the Out Door is an excellent example that bands change but still say loyal there original sound. Musicianship and production are superb with some epic tracks like Carouselambra, Fool in the Rain, Hot Dog, In The Evening and All My Love.
9Led Zeppelin

Pretty overlooked in the Led Zeppelin discography, released 2 years after the passing of John Bonham. Coda kept more of a pop structure but still manage to stay dark and driven. My favorite tracks on here are Poor Tom, Walter's Walk, We're Gonna Grove and Ozone Baby.
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