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CODA

Led Zeppelin

 

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2.38 | 195 ratings

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Chris H
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5 stars Hey, I've been shunned by virtually every Zeppelin lover when I say that this is their best album. But its true. Like the reviewer above me said, bands change, and the last two Zeppelin album were the best by far. "We're Gonna Groove" is an excellent songs with great bass lines and drumming. "Poor Tom" and "Walter's Walk" are in the same vein, bluesy tracks with good riffs, but are seperated by a re-working of "I Can't Quit You Baby".

Side Two starts off with "Ozone Baby" and "Darlene", "Darlene", in my opinion, is the weakest track, because JPJ lays down the bass for the piano and takes the backbone out of the song. "Bonzo's Montreaux" is the best drum solo I have ever heard, except of course for Ginger Baker's "Toad", but that's in a league of its own. "Wearing And Tearing" ends on a high note with some more nice work out of Bonham, but JPJ is back on bass making it a good song.

DONT LISTEN TO THE FANS WHO SHUN CHANGE! THIS IS THE BEST ZEP ALBUM!!!!!!

Chris H | 5/5 |

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