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    I'm 35. Been a fan of Led Zeppelin since I was 14.
  1. Gemini. I'm "New age" but don't follow astrology. Not traditionally anyway. My birthday is in late May or early June. I forgot which day!
  2. I'm sure everyone here wonders what the follow up album would have been like. It probably would have come out in 1981 or 1982. I think it would have had elements of ITTOD, Death Wish II, and probably been a harder album. Probably a song or two like Wearing and Tearing, possibly. Maybe even a slight New Wave element as well. Just my assumption.
  3. I don't what this thread is about. He's out of practice is all. He's not playing gig after gig, night after night. I like how some of you under estimate our guitar hero. Most 70 year olds I know still play guitar just fine. He might have arthritis though. I don't know. He played Ramble On just fine on the spot.
  4. Now that I think about it, the main major difference between the Outrider album and a Led Zeppelin album is the style & quality of musicians Jimmy collaborated with. (Although Jason Bonham is Led Zeppelin worthy these days and was always a good drummer.) Other than that, what is the difference?
  5. You're right, Cosmic. He certainly does. Can't say I blame him! Bands like Led Zeppelin only come around... Once.
  6. Me too. He keeps on saying since 2009 "I'm going to release a solo abum next year!" I bet $ it will be far better than Outrider. If he ever makes it. I think he's been waiting to see if he could reform Led Zeppelin and use those tracks as Zeppelin songs. That's what I think the delay is about. Plus other projects, ect.
  7. Honest opinion, I think Jimmy Page could have made a better solo album. I truly believe that. He was/is definitely capable of it. I still like the album though. I agree with everything you said there. ^ Also, another critique. For example, "Wasting My Time." Great music, great song, and great guitar playing!... With typical late 80's mediocre "hair" band vocals. But I think that track was to try to get on the Pop charts. Or I mean Jimmy's angle was to make it a more commercial track. It was released as single. Just my opinion is all. They don't mean anything. Now, I've seen/
  8. You may or may not know, one of the guys in Asia (The singer/I forget which instrument he plays) is in this band! I do like UK alright. I don't understand why people are obsessed with Asia though. Their first album is okay, some of it. After that they sucked hard. Just my opinion.
  9. It is far different than Led Zeppelin albums before it. It's not a real hard album either. Has much less less Jimmy Page input than previous albums which is why it sounds different. (Every Zeppelin album sounds different. This one is more different.) I mean, those who became attracted to Led Zeppelin because of Led Zeppelin II or Led Zeppelin IV, they hear ITTOD and they are shocked by it. Many years ago when I first heard ITTOD I didn't like it. Then I got to where I liked it okay. Then I got to where I realized it is a great album! ITTOD is one of those albums that isn't instantly app
  10. Since the album was released, I thought Walking Into Clarksdale was a great album. When The World Was Young, for example, is a great song. If Led Zeppelin ever reforms and tours (they probably won't) they should throw in one of these Walking Into Clarksdale numbers every once in a while. I would.
  11. Love this band! http://youtu.be/yH475IxSMTs Thanks to board members for telling me how to post vids.
  12. I bet Phil Collins in his mind, especially in 1985, thought he was better than Led Zeppelin. But everyone knows that's not true! As for the Live Aid gig, the stars were not aligned for Led Zeppeln that day. I don't think the gig is as bad as people say it is though. For Led Zeppelin standards though, it is poor. But I still dig.
  13. First time I consciously paid attention to Led Zeppelin was when I was 14 in 1993. Back then there was a commercial to order their albums. (Maybe the box set?) They played samples of a lot of their songs and thought,"Wow! This stuff sounds cool!" Then one day I was messing with the stereo after school and saw Led Zeppelin II in my parents CD collection. I didn't know they owned any Led Zeppelin. I stole it! The rest is history! P.S. I later discovered their vinyl collection and they had Led Zeppelin's first album and Song Remains the Same. My dad told me they used to own more Zep albums b
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