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  1. In terms of the heroin, I read in "When Giants Walked the Earth" that the 1975 tour was when the band members started to have easy access to heroin and that it started to "circulate freely" among them. From what I've read in that book, both Jimmy and Bonzo were definitely H addicts (and Cole).
  2. leaves are falling all around, it's time I was on my way...

  3. 1. Since I've Been Loving You 2. Stairway To Heaven 3. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp 4. Kashmir 5. Black Dog 6. No Quarter 7. Achilles Last Stand 8. Ramble On 9. In The Evening 10. The Rain Song
  4. I agree with Dr. Death - it got somewhat forgotten because preceded and followed by purely epic albums...personnally, III isn't my favorite album, but it does include my all-time favorite song, Since I've Been Loving You, as well as another one of my favs, Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp. And anyway, every single one of their albums was simply amazing!
  5. Hi Last night, I was watching the Led Zeppelin DVD, and during Trampled Underfoot, my mom came in and told me it was a huuuuuge hit when it came out (and she never even listened to LZ). Since I was born nearly ten years after they disbanded, I really have no idea which songs were the biggest hits...I was wondering if anyone here, who was around at the time, maybe, could tell me? I know a couple albums with them came out, but I would have imagined Kashmir was more well-known than, for example, Good Times Bad Times Thanks!
  6. Jimmy - I wanna hold you in my arms, yeah! I'm never gonna let you go, 'cause I like your charms
  7. Same Though I dunno which one would go first in between IV and Physical Graffiti...
  8. That Bonzo would be alive...and also to meet Pagey
  9. Since I've Been Loving You Stairway To Heaven Kashmir White Summer Black Dog
  10. At the same time, look at Page today - he does kind of have an Asian side to him, doesn't he?
  11. I was very unoriginal and voted Stairway To Heaven. I've played it about 1000 times, but I feel more and more emotions each time >_<" I think Black Dog and When The Levee Breaks are also two awesome songs
  12. The Rover. I think it's one of the songs which most captures the essence of Led Zeppelin...an amazing riff by Jimmy, Robert in top form, and a really powerful rythm section...yeah, one of their best songs ever in my opinion. Kashmir is close behind
  13. I voted Ramble On but it's a tight call between that and Whole Lotta Love, Heartbreaker, and Bring It On Home...LZII is just too perfect an album!!!
  14. Legendary Erotic Dramatic ZoSo Entertaining Perfect Powerful Excessive in its awesomeness! Loud Incredible Number one Cool topic
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