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Thoren

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  1. I've got Zeppelin on the TV, my '77 shirt on and everything. I never had the chance to see them live (born in '89) but i'm expecting a deeply religious experience.
  2. I'd say Led Zeppelin. Queen's albums had, i'd say, maybe 3-4 good songs then the rest were just okay. Of course i'm excluding "A Night At The Opera" which is an incredible album and every song is a hit. I've got a soft spot for "Good Company".
  3. Did anyone else read "Hammer Of The Gods" by Stephen Davis? I loved it. It is one of those rare books for me that i can sit down, start reading, and not want to stop. Also i've had that "Holy shit it's already 6am" feeling many times.
  4. I have a problem with Zeppelin's "Early Days and Latter Days" and "Mothership" albums: Where are all the acoustic songs? It's almost as if the members of Led Zeppelin are embrassed by their acoustic past. The only thing close to an acoustic song on E+L days is "The Battle Of Evermore" and on "Mothership" you've "Over The Hills And Far Away" which is only, i'd say, half of an acoustic song. Where's my "That's The Way", "Gallows Pole", "Bron-Y-Aur Stomp" and my favourite "Hey Hey What Can I Do"? I've come to the conclusion that the best way to find out if someone is an actual fan of Led Zeppelin is to ask them their favourite acoustic song, if they answer "Led Zeppelin didn't do anything acoustic songs" then you know they just picked up "Mothership" or something.
  5. "Stairway To Heaven" has to be the one song by Led Zeppelin which receives all this credit that is not due. I'll admit it has a good solo but it's honestly 8 minutes of Plant signing about things that no person on Earth other then him would or will ever understand.
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