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Ian Sane

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  1. It really is a shame this album gets criticised as much as it does. Yes, the album has a somewhat Zeppelinesque sound, but so what??? They weren't trying to do anything overly original, they just released a decent set of songs. People wanted Page to record something like this for years, of course most would have preferred Robert Plant to be the vocalist, but the album is still solid. It's still an album I give a listen to every so often.
  2. I don't think Plant hates Coverdale. He was just of the opinion that Coverdale copied his style and to an extent he's correct. Coverdale has laughed the criticism off in the past though. As for the Coverdale/Page album, I think it's a worthwhile release with some stellar tracks. Obviously it's nowhere near as good as any of the Led Zeppelin albums, but it is a decent post Led Zeppelin project for Page. Personally I like Coverdale as a singer anyway, eveything from his work with Deep Purple, to his solo albums and of course Whitesnake, particularly the earlier stuff. Is any of it in
  3. I think a new Led Zeppelin album would be great. Obviously it's going to be different to any of the bands earlier work, but both Plant and Jones have released some interesting material in recent years. I truly think these guys are more than capable of making an album that sounds contemporary, yet will sit comfortably alongside previous material. In their heyday, they were a band that took risks by branching out and dabbling in other musical genres. Plants Might ReArranger album followed the same blueprint, and in it he delivered one of his best collections in years. Even Raising Sand
  4. I'm sure Jason Bonham will do just fine behind the kit. He's definately the correct choice to fill the position.
  5. These guys have gifted the world with so much stellar music already. A new album would be bittersweet as John Bonham is no longer with us, however I'm sure that even he would support the band in going forward with a new disc, particularly if his son, Jason, was to fill the vacant drum stool. With that in mind and the knowledge that the band is lead by three legendary musicians each able to bring their individual creativity to the table, I'm sure any new music would sound as vital as it did back in the day. Should they decide to continue beyond their forthcoming benefit gig, bring it o
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