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  1. Hey Friends....got myself a new group, check them out if you will! https://www.facebook.com/namedbythesun/
  2. Hi Y'all For all the studio works, and live shows, there certainly were a lot of heavy moments be they particular passages, entire songs, or single moments. So without further ado, here is my top 5 HEAVY moments from the greatest Band EVER..... 1. The intro drums to The Song Remains The Same on 21 June 1977. If that shit does not get you rockin and full-on in the zone - nothing will. In fact, I recommend you attend a physician as you may already be dead! 2. The drum runs at the end of the musical interlude in Dazed and Confused (probably every version EVER) that leads back to the main riff. Always a killer! You just can't help but air-drum and thrash your head a around a bit. 3. Trampled Underfoot from one of several 1980 shows. I thought these were their BEST for heavy intensity for this song. Probably Frankfurt. I like the EC versions since it has video and is simply incredible to behold, but it is just not as "heavy". 4. RAH - How Many More Times from the Led Zeppelin DVD. The audio and video of the lads rockin out is just dynamite. They are just so on and to me it is beautifully HEAVY. 5. Custard Pie - the whole song. From the greatest album ever released. Just an epic. HEAVY, powerful, and sexy. Can you imagine a better opening to a double album for a band that was just rising higher and higher? Imagine being in that time - and getting that for the first time - first listen. I'd dead set WEEP. As with most things Zeppelin, this list will no doubt be different very soon for me, but that's a start. I also know this list is fairly tame and "generic" I am hoping for some lists that have specific drum runs or guitar passages or whatever from specific shows. I have not heard enough yet to do a very targeted list. So what yours? What particular moments or tracks for you are Zeppelin at their supremely HEAVY best? Only 5. Can be moments, songs, a whole damn concert if that's what you really think. I know "heavy" may mean a lot of things to a lot of people and that's fine. Just whatever it means to you. It's a bit of fun, not science. Cheers!
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