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CODA

Led Zeppelin

 

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2.38 | 193 ratings

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nikow
2 stars As all may know, Coda is the album compiled from various outtakes from Led Zeppelin's career. For most of the time, it's a waste of time. There's a reason why these songs were outtakes in the first place. To me it just seems that Atlantic wanted to make as much money as possible even after the demise of the mighty Zep.

There are a few redeeming factors here. First of all, the 'live' tracks We're Gonna Groove and I Can't Quit You Baby are excellent, no matter how much they have been overdubbed in the studio. They are still very good. Poor Tom is an ok if a bit too repetetive song from before the III sessions. Walter's Walk is also acceptable. The others are just forgettable.

2 stars.

nikow | 2/5 |

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