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Thread Led Zeppelin

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thurston

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1 Posted on 02/14/2008 at 13:21:43
New forum, New threads, But classic must remain (as "the song remains the same" ).

so a small thread about led zeppelin to deal with every subject (their reformation, their story, why page is god?

everything about this band
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Mike Levine

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11 Posted on 10/06/2014 at 16:42:31
It seems like the biggest problems that great groups from the past have when they put out new albums years later is the songwriting. For whatever reason, songwriters seem to do their best work when they're in their 20s and 30s, as a rule. When the bands are older, the playing is usually still good (although the vocal ranges aren't always what they were "back in the day," as Robert Plant would surely attest), and they're often still pretty good live performers, but the new songs are frequently a lot weaker. The Rolling Stones are a prime example of this phenomenon, I think.
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