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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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2 Posted on 03/05/2008 at 15:18:40
Don't know about their come-back, and actually I don't really care... Don't wanna see those old guys back on the scene, without Bonham. I've got to admit I'd like to see The Police, but not them....

Anyway they were great, with this huge guitar sound, Plant's unique voice, and all those fantastic pieces. Their music doesn't sound too old like some Hendrix or some Cream songs. They're just part of history, one of the greatest bands of the last century... God bless Led Zeppelin :bravo:
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3 Posted on 07/12/2008 at 02:06:08
Zeppelin ..one of the greatest bands ..during late sixties and seventies...

One thing ´bout them was their ability to play odd meters and the rock n roll did remain the same.
/stef
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cdanddvdpublisher

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4 Posted on 07/13/2008 at 15:26:22
Sometimes, i think that it just might be better for bands not to re-form
thurston

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5 Posted on 07/21/2008 at 17:56:41
I agree. :tourne:
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6 Posted on 09/16/2008 at 01:31:01
Flag :bravo:
hermosotrozo

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7 Posted on 12/27/2008 at 08:55:20
True...i used to listen them a lot, but since they were gone i started listening to Deftones, 30 Mins to Mars and Janus. out of these Janus has impressed me the most. listen to the sample track from their site, you will like it also
http://www.janusmusic.com/sample/if_i_were_you.mp3
bonniecampbell1989

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8 Posted on 04/17/2014 at 20:22:20
This is one of the greatest bands ever. However, IMO, there is a reason why they disbanded and sometimes it's better left at that. Re-forming is okay for like temporary cases when there's a special occasion.

World Peace.

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9 Posted on 08/17/2014 at 22:50:29
The drum intro in 'When The Levee Breaks' is sick. It's not just the beat, it's the sound that gives me chills.
Page explained in 'It Might Get Loud' that Bonham had just set up his new drums in the big room of the house they were recording in to test them out, when the sound engineer set up a microphone upstairs and captured that very sound. It's sick.

Have a good one!
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10 Posted on 10/06/2014 at 04:04:48
Quote from bonniecampbell1989:
This is one of the greatest bands ever. However, IMO, there is a reason why they disbanded and sometimes it's better left at that. Re-forming is okay for like temporary cases when there's a special occasion.


That's how i feel about the Pink Floyd reunion. I'm a huge floyd fan, but the loss of Richard Wright on keys, and the exclusion of roger waters, it's simply not the same (even though I've always considered David Gilmour to be one of my top guitarists). On the same token, Led Zep, even with all of their musical genius, isn't the same as they were back then and perhaps can't recreate the same luster simply because the bar that they set before is too high for virtually anyone to reach
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