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Led Zeppelin


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3.91 | 866 ratings

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4 stars 3.5 stars: A very good album for, I considered, the album with most prog elements by led zeppelin. This album contains a variety of rhythms and sounds that gives an extra appeal to hear it. The Rain Song and No quarter being the most prog songs of the band are also the most elaborated and superior in level of musical composition. The band began to experiment with new sounds, genres and production technics. John Paul Jones shines more and more in this album taken protagonism in the two song mentioned before. As other said the live versions of most of the song here are better, however they remain with the basis of this album. I liked a lot as a fan of Zepp, it is not a perfect album, however contains really good songs and show the versatility of the band and their skills in composition. However, I think They were to far in its experiment and 2 songs are forgettable (the crunge, Dancing days). 3.5 start for the proggier album of Led zeppelin.
mariorockprog | 4/5 |


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