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Led Zeppelin


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Mr. Mustard
1 stars I think it would be unfair to review this as a true album as it is really just throwaway material the band gathered in addition to some reworks. With that said, the songs are just simply not good, or, at the very least decent, but very derivative of what they've been doing since their debut.

There is nothing even remotely prog about any of this, but that's besides the point when most of it is bad in the first place. 'Bonzo's Montreux' is all I really care for, as Bonham is a beast on the kit (when was he never?) 'I Can't Quit You Baby' is nice, but we've heard it before, which can practically be said for this whole album.


Mr. Mustard | 1/5 |


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