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PHYSICAL GRAFFITI

Led Zeppelin

 

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4.03 | 617 ratings

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Shakespeare
2 stars Ah! Good ol' Zed Leppelin is now a part of our site. Zeppelin were one of the first 70s rock bands I got into, as I found a box set of all studio recordings for a price of 20$ at a garage sale. I particularly remember liking this one, along with I, III and untitled. The others were just alright, in my opinion. After listening to this stuff for a couple years, I quickly realized how simple the music was. Even after years, it still offers some pleasure, but it is nothing compared to "true" prog bands. Good for fun, but not overly profound, or creative, or sophisticated. I've fond memories of Custard Pie, Trampled Under Foot, Ten Years Gone, In the Light and Houses of the Holy, but the true gem of this release was 'In my Time of Dying', which is my favourite Zeppelin song. Drumming from Bonham is good, but not more than that.

Kashmir really gets boring, and coming from someone who thoroughly enjoys minimal music, that means a lot.

Good for a bit of fun, not much else.

Shakespeare | 2/5 |

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