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  1. My older brother, late 70s, had LZ IV. I heard peeps talking about the band but I never listened to them. Then I did. I thought this was so different from everything else. They were my stepping stone to hard rock, metal, and then punk. Once i hit my late 30s and the internet exploded I started listening to all of the boots our LZ friends would post. Those are the be all end all. The 3 hours of lunacy. The hammer of the gods. I now seek out out obscure late 60s early 70s hard rock, hard blues, heavy psych hoping that there might be another Zep I missed out on. I haven't found it yet but I have discovered some gems that I never would have discovered if it wasn't for Zep. You can take my collection of over 1000 cds and vinyl just leave me my Zep.
  2. Pop/country artist Jessie James at a radio station hits a homerun.
  3. ABout 20 years ago I worked in a shoe store and they played elevator music in the store. Why? Because we all love to shop while listening to elevator music. Well this music company played really borning instrumental versions of songs. Really bad cheap versions. Anyway, everyonce in a while you would hear an LZ song. I wish I could remember the song. It was SO out of place with the rest of the music that was played.
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