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Wutu Banale
1 stars The last "Studio Album" by Led Zeppelin. Released about two years after John Bonhams death, a Testament for the fans (By the Record company, i guess...). I Remember having hard time choosing which to buy, this or Presence. I curse my mind for choosing this one, there's just nothing excellent here. (Naturally I bought Presence later, which is underrated album by the way!)

The material consists mostly (Or entirely, too lazy to find out at the moment) of out-takes from the earlier albums. "We're gonna Groove" is the only track from the album that is actually good. Other "Not-so-crap" track is "Bonzo's Montreux", a drum solo which Page partly ruined with annoying synth effects. Rest of the tracks are just plain awful. Walter's Walk, Ozone baby and Darlene have to be one of the most boring songs in the history of Led Zeppelin, I still fail to remember these songs. Wearing and tearing is ridiculous attempt to "Attack Punk music in it's own territory" and yeah, it fails. I recall hearing Plant saying in an interview that "We beat their Asses in their own league". Yeah sure... That's it... No wait.. the Cover is ugly too.

Wutu Banale | 1/5 |


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