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Protes

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  1. Yes. There are plenty of famous people on there. Thought I'd check. What's the big deal?
  2. Are Jimmy, Robert or JPJ on Twitter? If so, what are their usernames?
  3. Did Robert originally release Far Post as a single? Or was it released elsewhere?
  4. Physical Graffiti I love Exile as well and listen to it fairly often, but PG is an epic classic -- capturing the majesty, power and incredible diversity of Zeppelin. In fact, I've always felt that there are no 3 songs back-to-back-to-back any better than Kashmir, Trampled Underfoot and Houses of The Holy.
  5. I never knew this, but came across it at the telethon's web site. I would love to see the footage since Zep so rarely appeared publicly during their heyday. Has anyone ever seen it, or remember the appearance?
  6. I was going to do a poll. I didn't realize til today there was a separate forum for it. That's what happens when you've yet to navigate the entire site!
  7. Zep is definitely my favorite band, but The Beatles are the most important/influential band to have ever come along.
  8. Whole Lotta Love - Just an all-time classic What Is...Be - 2nd favorite
  9. Protes

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    Hackensack-ack-ack-ack, NJ
  10. Whenever I meet a big Stones fan, I always tell them that Zep was more popular and it ends up in an argument/debate. I'm 38 and got into Zep around '83 so I didn't really see them in their heyday but, to my knowledge, Zep outsold The Stones in the 70's. Plus, they broke concert records left and right. So, isn't it true that Zep was simply the biggest band in the world in the 70's and more popular than Mick & Co.?
  11. FWIW, I always felt there was a general element of sadness strewn across Robert's 'Pictures At Eleven.' In particular, Moonlight In Samosa - one of my favorite Plant solo songs BTW - was quite melancholy (although not necessarily about Bonzo).
  12. C'mon over boys!!! http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showb...ticle571141.ece
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