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Led Zeppelins' Best,
This review is from: Led Zeppelin II (Audio CD)
Not only is this their greatest album of all time, it also features some of their most underrated songs.
My two favorite songs are Moby Dick, Ramble On, and Whole Lotta Love.
Whole Lotta Love: Awesome, powerful song. The mid-ways rift is mezmorizing in itself. 10/10
What Is and What Should Never Be: I never cared much for this song. It was okay, but "The Rain Song" off of "Led Zeppelin IV (ZOSO) is a much more dominant slow song. This song just sort of drones on, and not much changes. Still, it's pretty good. 6/10
The Lemon Song: I like this song. It has some pretty sweet vocals. 8/10
Thank You: Still not quite as good as "The Rain Song" but better than "What Is and What Never Should Be". 7/10
Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman): I REALLY liked this song somew nice guitar rifts and such. 9/10
Ramble On: Oh HOW I LOVE THIS SONG. This was the first song by Zepp I ever heard. It came on the radio on the way back from my school. 10/10
Moby Dick: The best song on the album. No doubt. Everything's perfect. From Jimmy Pages' face-melting guitar, to John Paul Jones' rolling bass rifts, to finally: The drums. This is one of the single greatest drum solos ever constructed. It's insane how he's able to keep it going for the that long. A masterpiece for the ages. John Bonham at his best. Robert Plants' just the acing on the epic cake. 11/10
Bring It On Home: Finally, they conclude the album with one of John Paul Jones' greatest efforts. Being a bass player myself, I admire his style. 10/10
I just turned 14, and I'm already a dye-hard Led Zeppelin fan. Buy this album now.
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Initial post: Jan 9, 2007 11:24:20 PM PST
A pretty good write-up from such a young music fan. Good work.
Posted on Jan 28, 2007 12:21:34 PM PST
Hey man, I'm same as you, even in age!
Posted on Feb 5, 2007 9:15:59 PM PST
The Rain Song was off of Houses of the Holy, not Zep IV. BTW, you used the wrong "die" - being a "dye-hard Zeppelin fan" would probably make you a "Zeppelin fan that's bad at dying things".
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 4, 2007 9:49:31 AM PST
Uh sorry about the album thing, but why does my grammar matter? I still got my message across.
Posted on Apr 24, 2007 12:42:10 AM PDT
Exactly how i feel about EVERY track - nice to see it in writing
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