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rebeldhipi

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  1. I really enjoyed the book. The photos and especially the annotations.
  2. I get the hate on the 2007/2018 No Quarter edit (i think its fine, i like both. the shorter version is more intense, the longer is more chill). But the editing on Dazed And Confused on the 1976 edit drives me mad. It has some some cuts that destroys the flow of the track completely like 3:59 and 05:25 for example. Then again Moby Dick is better in 1976 althought even that version has some bad cuts. What comes to Whole Lotta Love i prefer the newer 2007/2018 version by quite alot. Just because the start of the song sounds so fake on the 1976 version plus the obvious edit right after when the audience noise suddenly disappears and the drums are mixed way differently at 0:17 takes away the flow. This all bothers me way less than the missing beat of the intro of the 2007/2018 intro (i even kinda like it) The ''trying to find the bridge'' part is not that essential so i can live without that part.
  3. Ordered mine trough german amazon 62e including shipping, arriving between mid nov - early jan
  4. Not sure if its still in print. Its still available in new in amazon, and my local record store had it in new when i got it.
  5. The first version of the soundtrack i bought was the 2007 one. (im born in 95 and i think i bought it in 07-09 TSRTS was the last one i didint have in my collection) Around 2011-2012 i found out from wikipedia that the old version of the soundtrack had different edits to songs, so i went and bought the old version, which is still available btw. I grew to love the 2007 version of No Quarter more probably cause thats the version i first heard. The 1976 one is also amazing but the production is bothering me, especially how the drums are mixed, dosent work with headphones at all.
  6. The new one is better. The bass in What Is And What Should Never Be is a delight. Probably always was but the new remaster brings in up nicely. Edited to add: The booklet is really nice with great pictures i havent seen before. Hello Marylou is cut and it works. From Lets Have A Party to Going Down Slow flows well.
  7. I hope we get something new. Not some earls court/kneworth cd compilation release. But i know damn well ill take anything
  8. I was hoping it being a how the west was completely won release with both shows released in full. Well. Ill take this one too. I actually broke my cd1 around 2004-2005 (it cracked in half coming out of the cd player) and i nevet replaced it until next march or whenever this is gonna come out
  9. 22.06 is good but my favorite is 27.06. That solo is so magical when it starts the song goes to anothet planet.
  10. Listening now, it sounds like 'im starting to cook'' is edited in.
  11. Song credits can be tricky. The line is super blurry Im pretty sure Page wrote the solo for South Bound Saurez - No credits Pretty sure Bonham wrote the iconic drum parts for songs like Sick Again and Achilles Last Stand - no credits Pretty sure that Jonesy had something to do with his parts in The Rain Song - no credits Pretty Sure Plant had something to do with the new vocal melody in Zeppelins version of You Shook Me - no credits.
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