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LED ZEPPELIN II

Led Zeppelin

 

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3.91 | 648 ratings

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proglil49
4 stars To me, this is the weakest album of the early days (Led Zeppelin I to IV). The album itself is really good but it's just that it gets weeker is you compare it to Led Zeppelin III or IV. This album is not really a prog album and the only reason why I liked it this much is that I am more of a rock fan than a progressive fan. If you prefer the progressive part in an album, don't bother on this one. Go insted for Led Zeppelin IV or Phyical Graffity which are a lot more complex and progressive. If, on the other hand, you are more of a rock fan like me, this is a pretty good one. John Bonham proves his virtuosity on Moby Dick while Jimmy Page do the same thing on every song. Robert Plant's voice is as incredible as always and John Paul Jones has his great bass lines, once again, as always. This album is perfect to get to know the band, but as a fan, there are better albums in Led Zeppelin's discography.
proglil49 | 4/5 |

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