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gibsonfan159

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  1. Presence had two stand out tracks (Achilles and NFBM) and Tattoo You had two (Start Me Up and Waiting On A Friend), so I think that's very plausible. Go ahead and throw in every Stones album post 1980. They basically disappeared until Voodoo Lounge spawned one decent track. Babylon also only had two radio tracks (neither of which rivals Presence). I mean, I'm not trying to purposely crap on the band, but they've been musically insignificant since "Start Me Up." All opinion of course.
  2. Lol, it's all a matter of opinion. IMO, "It's Only Rock And Roll" and "Goat's Head Soup" are weaker albums.
  3. Robert stated early last year that there was nothing left in the Zep vault. I'm starting to realize that he actually tells it like it is and Jimmy is just playing bullshit marketing games.
  4. The Stones had like ten albums worse than Presence.
  5. gibsonfan159

    Random Newspaper Articles

    Those are some awesome pics of the band for such a low key publication.
  6. gibsonfan159

    Why did they not play at woodstock

    Must've been surreal for Page, hearing his own guitar riffs played by the opening band.
  7. gibsonfan159

    Why no Unledded remaster?

    Yeah, I don't think there's much hope for WIC simply because the production was bad.
  8. gibsonfan159

    Why no Unledded remaster?

    Opinion of course, but I think it was the most Zep-ish thing they'd done after the band ended. Yallah was based off a riff Page played during the 77 No Quarters. City Don't Cry was a cool little track. I didn't care much for Wonderful One though. Those remixes of No Quarter and NFBM are some of my favorites. And Plant's voice was extremely strong around this time. The Rain Song and Thank You are some of the best performances ever.
  9. gibsonfan159

    Why no Unledded remaster?

    I was not aware of an expanded version. Cool beans.
  10. Of all the releases I'd actually love to hear get remastered, No Quarter/Unledded is one, both the album and video. The sound isn't bad on the original but there's not much instrument separation, and the vocals sit way higher than everything else. Considering the use of the orchestra, this could really be an amazing reissue. I'd love to have a BluRay with some extra footage added, maybe including the "making of".
  11. gibsonfan159

    Facebook and issues that come with it

    Facebook is fine for people who make good decisions and works completely against those who make bad ones. It's that simple. If you're paranoid about it, then you must be worried about being exposed. And who's gonna complain about employers looking at your page? The real you should be evaluated, not some bullshit you spew for an interview. Make racist or sexist remarks on a social network? Then you don't deserve a job. But yeah, apart from catching up to old friends I only use mine for groups and the market.
  12. gibsonfan159

    Holy Grails

    Only my opinion, but I thought the 22nd had the best Kashmir.
  13. gibsonfan159

    Jimmy Page Vs Robbie Williams

    I'd almost buy tickets just to yell "Stairwayyyy!" at him.
  14. gibsonfan159

    Jimmy Page Vs Robbie Williams

    I recently read that in 1979, when Page still owned Boleskine, he also protested against "damage" to Loch Ness. Seems to be quite the conservationist.
  15. gibsonfan159

    Jimmy Page Vs Robbie Williams

    Feuding with Jimmy Page over real estate is William's greatest achievement in life. I'm glad this knob isn't a thing in America. I'd rather have Justin Bieber.
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