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  1. Definitely one of the reasons why I'd keep Houses of the Holy on the right side of the line is that they were still trying new stuff out. It was a massive departure from IV, I think - particularly a track like The Crunge. It's not my favourite track by a long way, but at least they were experimenting. My biggest criticisms are always reserved for those bands that just started churning out a formula (see Oasis at.. http://www.cutyourhair.org/?p=41)..
  2. Mm - I definitely agree that there is no big drop-off. PG does have great tracks on and, as I say, I love the opener and closer of Presence as much as anything they've done. But it's about the proportion of great tracks to filler. The first 4 LPs are flawless, pretty much and Houses of the Holy is pretty close, but can the same be said for PG and Presence?
  3. Well it couldn't go on forever - when do people think Led Zep jumped the shark? http://www.cutyourhair.org/?p=25
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