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REMASTERS

Led Zeppelin

 

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In the Flesh?
5 stars Led Zeppelin. Quite a name. They were on the scene for more than 10 years, and delivered eight studio albums. All of them are (more-or-less) masterpieces of Rock 'n' Roll. They are an eclectic mixture of various styles - blues, acoustic folk, hard rock, metal, psychedelic. And overall it's a real progressive meltpot. But there's a question how to make a 'greatest hits' compilation of Zep. Which songs to choose? This Remasters set gives the answer. The future compilations (notably the newest Mothership) would include practically the same tracklist as this one.

26 tracks from the band's career are in a chronological order, which is a plus. You can follow LZ's evolution through years. The best songs of Led Zeppelin are here: 'Dazed and Confused', 'Whole Lotta Love', 'Immigrant Song', 'Black Dog', 'Kashmir', 'Achilles Last Stand', 'In the Evening' etc. Yeah, yeah, 'Stairway to Heaven' is here too. Jimmy Page's inhumane solos, Robert Plant's charachteristic vocals, John Bonham's signature drum sound, JPJ's rocking bass or a calming organ. All of them are present. In short, Led Zeppelin for beginners and all the others!

A final word: this is the best compilation there is, an essential collection of brilliant rock jewels!

In the Flesh? | 5/5 |

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