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LED ZEPPELIN II

Led Zeppelin

 

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rguabiraba
5 stars With LED ZEPPELIN II, Page & co. really established LED ZEPPELIN as the biggest rock´n roll band of the moment. Both at studio & live. As the other 4 first albums from, ZEPPELIN, II is enough famous and played to talk too much about it. Fullfilled by hits and rock anthens, II was the moment were ZEPPELIN proved that there is enough creativity and groove in those guys that no one could deny. The production is even better than the first record, the list of songs go from the top-notch hard-rock WHOLE LOTTA LOVE to the hard-folk RAMBLE ON. Many other songs distinguished ZEPPELIN from many others band trying to persue the same way trough rock: the bombastic riff from HEARTBRAKER, the groovy LEMON SONG & the Dixon´s modified BRING IT ON HOME...all really good stuff. All the members also started to appear as individual highlights, most notable Page & Bonham, the heart of the band. Moby Dick would define the concept of DRUM SOLO in rock for good several years and Page would recriate the blues rock into a massive attack between heaven & earth. All these elements were LED ZEPPELIN in 1969...With only more than one year of existence...Another crude & sincere masterpiece.
rguabiraba | 5/5 |

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