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About RocknRoll64

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  1. I've only been listening to them for one year, I haven't regretted it since. I have all the studio and live albums . I bought Mothership after hearing that someone in school liked Led Zeppelin. At first I wasn't really into it, but I bought the first 3 albums and thoroughly enjoyed them (especially Led Zeppelin III). When I had them all, I was really happy, but upon listening to the live albums, I thought Led Zeppelin were (are) amazing! So, after a summer holiday of Led Zeppelin, I start year 11 telling everyone about Led Zeppelin (After being heavily obsessed with The Beatles for the previou
  2. First time listening to it, definitely one of their bests; can easily compete with their debut and LA Woman. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhkNZKoTSG8&feature=BFa&list=FL7T0gRIiUKTM844kw5L0QIQ
  3. Same, thankfully mines has finally gotten much better today .
  4. Currently reading Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. It's okay, but has a slow development (in my opinion). The first 3 chapters are quite boring, but then it gets good But, because of my lovely Christmas pressies, I'm in an awkward situation. I got both the Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin biographies as well as this huge hardcover called 'Whole Lotta Led Zeppelin'. Best get reading then
  5. Without The Beatles, well I wouldn't have given my ears the chance to fully experience Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Jimi Hendrix, AC/DC and many other classic rock bands! The Beatles is what got me away from most of the dreadful music that's played on some of the radio stations . My favourite album is Revolver, I believe that was the peak of their careers, using new studio techniques (mainly back-masking) and a album with themes not entirely themed towards love, as with Rubber Soul, which is possibly my 3rd favourite (Sgt. Peppers is 2nd). It also was the border between their psychedelic era
  6. 15, 16 in April, been into Led Zeppelin for about a year! Yet, I have all the studio albums and the officially released live albums. If only people in my school shared the same interest into Led Zeppelin, then their ears would be cleansed!
  7. Some of the live AC/DC stuff, mainly Let there be Rock (If you want blood version), because it feels quite upbeat to me. Also, Black Sabbath is also a top choice for me (Ozzy era). Strangely, I rarely feel like I'm having a tough time, but when you're going through your final year of school, I guess that'll all change in the following months... Good thing I've got my CDs prepared!
  8. I chose '72-'73, but was very close to choosing '74-'75. I love PG, but I enjoy HOTH even more! (Mainly the Rain Song) Not to mention, this was at there height of their popularity, the numbers at Tampa are probably the best to describe this. Or, to simply put it, Led Zeppelin were at their peak from '72-'75.
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