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Led Zeppelin


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3 stars Now the second part...

After the release of Early Days or the best of Led Zep Vol 1., the follower Latter Days or Vol. 2 saw the light, and when we talk about Led Zeppelin we clearly know that the first era was better, when they had a huge creativity and originality, their last albums are also great, but nothing compares to the first 4.

So this is about a compillation of some of the better known tracks from thei last albums, a compillation that i am listening to now after a lot of time, but am enjoying it at the moment.

The compillations in my opinion are good for the people who are not really familiar with the band or artist and want to explore a little bit about their music (is much better to start with studio albums of course) and also for people who only like the better known stuff and want to play what they have heard and consider the best, also for die hard fans could work, but that's it.

This second part has cool songs such as No Quarter, Kashmir or Achilles Last Stand among others, and if you want a day of pure commercial Led Zep hits, you can ply this algon with the Early Days compillation.

I prefer the first one, but this is a nice listening as well. As i have said, recommendable for the starters. 3 stars, enjoy it!

memowakeman | 3/5 |


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