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1 stars For another band than Zeppelin, this would have been a nasty piece of crap. But don't forget this is a collection of rarities and outtakes from the recordings of the following albums : Led Zeppelin III, Houses Of The Holy, In Through The Out Door, plus an instrumental recorded in 1976 (Bonzo's Montreux, a drum solo - Bonham, rest in peace - with lots of keyboards).

This is not a good album. My rate is probably too tough, but I keep it : 1 star. I like the live versions (without applauses, mixed off by Page) of We're Gonna Groove and I Can't Quit You, Baby, and I like also Walter's Walk, unissued in 1972 when Houses Of The Holy was recorded. But the remainder is really bad, especially Darlene and Ozone Baby (from the In Through... recording sessions).

This album/compilation was mixed very quickly in 1982, in order to offer to the Zeppelin fans a little more material. Led Zeppelin made really better work, no matter if you don't own this one. There is so much better in music history.

Zardoz | 1/5 |


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