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LATTER DAYS: THE BEST OF LED ZEPPELIN VOLUME TWO

Led Zeppelin

 

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2.85 | 32 ratings

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The Pessimist
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2 stars Unlike it's twin brother, this album doesn't get much play on my iPod: like quite a few out their, I HATED their latter period, and there are only a few songs that stand out for me as being good, only one as a masterpiece. The good songs are Houses of the Holy, Trampled Underfoot, Achilles Last Stand and In The Evening; the masterpiece, without the presence of a doubt, Kashmir. The other five? Nope, not for me at all, some old rockers may like them but I don't, this CD displays the inconsistancy and downfall of Led Zep during the late 70s, and if you like prog, then this ain't for you. Achilles Last and Kashmir are about the only two proggy songs on this album, so therefore I will give it a fair 2star rating, as 40% of it is truly listenable for a prog rocker.
The Pessimist | 2/5 |

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