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    Best Zeppelin album

    Gotta be Presence.

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    Best? IV.

    My favorite? III. Classics like Since I've Been Loving You, Immigrant Song, Thats the Way and Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp cant be beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ggallegos1 View Post
    Best? IV.

    My favorite? III. Classics like Since I've Been Loving You, Immigrant Song, Thats the Way and Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp cant be beat.
    IV has gotta be one of their most boring albums IMO...

    In presence “In your life” and “hots on for nowhere” are two underrated songs. Nice guitar and bass work.

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    Royal-Orleans anyone?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoSneth View Post
    Royal-Orleans anyone?
    Physical Graffiti. III is a close second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoSneth View Post
    Royal-Orleans anyone?
    The whole album I just listen to all the damn time same can’t be said for other zeppelin albums

    Presence just has replay value doesn’t get as stale as the others.

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    Presence is my favorite Zeppelin album. But they're all pretty solid.

    Best live album of theirs I've heard is How the West Was Won
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Troll View Post
    IV has gotta be one of their most boring albums IMO...
    I am probably taking the bait here but you are out of your fucking goddamn mind with that comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tung Fu ru View Post
    Presence is my favorite Zeppelin album. But they're all pretty solid.

    Best live album of theirs I've heard is How the West Was Won
    How the West was Won has so much punch and charm to it, I heard it in a demo station in Barnes and Noble once and it blew my mind with the heavy bass and drums. Bonham and Jones finest work.
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    People actually like Led Zeppelin? I just thought that was something people say???!!!

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    I probably would not have found Zeppelin on my own. My older brother took a strong interest in his teen years, and that turned into an obsession. Built a community around it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Troll View Post
    Gotta be Presence.
    The best would have to be IV (the untitled album). That seems to be the consensus of the critics and the fans.

    My favorite would be II, as it has so many great songs- Whole Lotta Love, What is and What Should Never Be, Heartbreaker, Ramble On, Bring It On Home.
    After that, I and IV.

    My favorite songs (apart from the ones mentioned above):

    Dazed and Confused
    Immigrant Song
    Gallows Pole
    Tangerine
    The Battle of Evermore
    Going to California
    When The Levee Breaks
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    I'll second Physical Graffiti, though I almost went with In Through the Out Door. The synthy sound is the most unique thing they did and makes a decent pace-changer from their other stuff.

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    I used to like in through the outdoor when I was 15 or so... I guess tastes change cuz now I think it’s their worst album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norton9478 View Post
    Coda
    First time I’ve ever heard anyone say that in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Troll View Post
    IV has gotta be one of their most boring albums IMO...
    Mike Damone had good use for it, though.

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    I don't like Coda... It is just that it is the hardest album to find "In the Wild".

    Over the past 3 years, I have dug up at least 150 Zeppelin LP's (probably closer to 200).
    Of that, only 3 have been copies of Coda.
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    I'm not sure why anyone would want the original LP of Coda anyway. The best track only shows up on the 2015 deluxe version and various box set versions of it.

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    Already have that track.

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    II, anyone?

    Oh and Presence sucked @OP.


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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidekiller View Post
    Presence sucked.
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    To this very day my dad will go on a rant if anyone mentions Coda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidekiller View Post
    II, anyone?

    Oh and Presence sucked @OP.
    II is fucking great! But if you really think Presence sucks, fucking re-listen to it. I find it hard to believe anyone who like Led Zeppelin could not like that album, especially "Achilles Last Stand" and one of my favorite songs of theirs, "Tea for One".... But you're probably just trolling.

    I honestly think that I only listened to Coda once, maybe twice all the way through. Just didn't have the same vibe as all their other albums. Isn't that album pretty much a collection of B-sides?

    Something interesting to me about In Through the Out Door is that Bonham and Page weren't as involved with the writing as they were before. Because of Bonham's alcoholism and Page's heroin addiction being out of control at the time.
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