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Conor Fynes
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3 stars 'Latter Days: Volume Two' - Led Zeppelin (Compilation)

Led Zeppelin -like all other bands- did eventually start getting old, and with that, their music started to decrease in it's quality. This aside however, the 'Latter Days' compilation has some really good material on it. While as a individual product, it's shadowed by 'Early Days' (early days simply has more popular, trademark songs') 'Latter Days' does have more of a progressive mix of Led Zeppelin's work than the first compilation ever could.

Songs like the driving 'No Quarter' and the epic 'Kashmir' really highlight the album.

Like I said for the 'Early Days' review, these are both good compilations, but they work best as a team, to cover the band's entire career.

Conor Fynes | 3/5 |


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