Why I love Zeppelin in Led Zeppelin Master Forum Posted June 15, 2008 Hey, woman from SoCal, I was in that friggin earthquake, too! First I heard of Pagey being there, poor guy. And to the guy who was asking if HOTG was so bad.....yes, yes it was (IMHO). I got the thing mainly to learn about their music and how they came up with it and rehearsed it and recorded it, but I got mostly crap I didn't need to know (and wished I could forget). It was '83 or '84 when I really got into them. I was on a long bus trip and somebody had a boombox (look it up, kids) playing IV and I was instantly hooked. When I got home I bought all of their records and was just going crazy with their music for about 5 years straight. My friend and I used to lay down between the big speakers and face them towards each other and crank Zeppelin for hours. One of our favs was What Is and What Should Never Be, because of the guitar going back and forth. I think I was having orgasms in my brain. If I went out of town, I HAD to bring my Zeppelin albums with me. If I couldn't, I'd go into withdrawl. Wait, this isn't inspiring, it's pathetic. Nevermind You were in that earthquake, too? What a small world!