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View Poll Results: Which is the best Zeppelin Album?
I 2 4.65%
II 5 11.63%
III 3 6.98%
IV 16 37.21%
Houses of the Holy 12 27.91%
Physical Graffiti 5 11.63%
Presence 0 0%
In Through the Out Door 0 0%
Coda 0 0%
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Old 11-18-2007, 12:22 AM   #16
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Both Four Sticks and D'yer Maker are awesome. What's wrong with you people!

Achilles and Kashmir, however, bore the shit out of me.
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But that's the biggest break from the typical Zep sound.

Ever.

I thought you were all about innovation/boundary breaking and all that nonsense?

Guess not.
Why are you being rude to everybody lately? Are you asking to be banned again?

I'm not fond of Dyer Maker because I think it is repetitive and boring. I don't care if it was a new style or whatever for them.
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Achilles and Kashmir, however, bore the shit out of me.
You win! Both of those are decent, but boy are they overrated.

III needs more credit.

Immigrant Song
Celebration Day
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Achilles and Kashmir, however, bore the shit out of me.
Yup! They're as boring as Dyer Maker.
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Why are you being rude to everybody lately? Are you asking to be banned again?

I'm not fond of Dyer Maker because I think it is repetitive and boring. I don't care if it was a new style or whatever for them.
Thy skin, it is thin.
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As soon as I saw that poll I immediately thought "that's easy, it's Led Zeppelin IV".

And then I thought about it.

Now I'm stumped to the point that I can't make up my mind.

We need to do the Led Zeppelin Survivor after Radiohead.

Ten Years Gone is unbelievable (listening to it right now). And I can't wait to listen to The Rain Song after it's done.

Led Zeppelin is one of those bands I hear every single day (literally) but never really listen to. Now that this thread's given me reason to really listen...wow.

Wow.

One of the top 5 greatest bands of all time. I don't respect anybody's taste in music who doesn't agree with that.
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Gotta go with ll here. Not a dull moment, even Moby Dick has a killer beginning & end
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One of the top 5 greatest bands of all time. I don't respect anybody's taste in music who doesn't agree with that.
My second favorite band, right between the Beatles and U2.
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Beatles
U2
Pink Floyd
Led Zeppelin

And one more that I don't really care to choose. Maybe Bob Dylan or Neil Young.

Not necessarily in that order, either.
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Beatles
U2
Pink Floyd
Led Zeppelin

And one more that I don't really care to choose. Maybe Bob Dylan or Neil Young.

Not necessarily in that order, either.
Floyd goes in and out of my top 5. Bowie, Radiohead, and Beck would all be up there as well.

It's the strangest thing, but the older I get, and the more music I listen to by other artists, the more I appreciate Bob Dylan. The guy really was brilliant.
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Floyd goes in and out of my top 5. Bowie, Radiohead, and Beck would all be up there as well.

It's the strangest thing, but the older I get, and the more music I listen to by other artists, the more I appreciate Bob Dylan. The guy really was brilliant.
I had a Bob Dylan epiphany in the summer of 2005 after watching Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

His version of Mr. Tambourine Man is (I originally said "may be" here, but then I realized how foolish it is to think that it isn't) one of the best songs of all time. There's another tune that goes on my funeral playlist.

ETA: I just realized I never had the full version of Ten Years Gone on my computer...only about 2:30 of it. Just downloaded the whole thing though, and I'm starting it now.
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ETA: I just realized I never had the full version of Ten Years Gone on my computer...only about 2:30 of it. Just downloaded the whole thing though, and I'm starting it now.
My head just exploded.
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My head just exploded.
Best song on Physical Graffiti.
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Best song on Physical Graffiti.
I think it may be their best song period.
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