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Not a bad price for one of the definative albums of the last 40 years! Arguably Led Zep's finest albums.

Tracklist:
Whole lotta love
What is and what should never be
Lemon song
Thank you
Heartbreaker
Livin' lovin' maid (she's just a woman)
Ramble on
Moby dick
Bring it on home

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#1
Ordered, Thanks.....

Used to have this on cassette. Looking forward to revisiting this fantastic album :)
#2
One of the greats . heat added.
#3
peterwain
One of the greats . heat added.


This
#4
It's a crime not to buy this if you don't have it already!
#5
Best band ever. Do yourself a favour and buy this if you don't have it. Pure ROCK!
#6
nice find :)
#7
Great album, I've had it twice on vinyl and also on CD.
#8
ordered from HMV through cash back site. :thumbsup:
#9
Amazing album, although I prefer the original CD mastering, as opposed to the remaster.
#10
Hot from me! I'm sad enough to have both UK and USA versions on vinyl, a virtual pint to anyone who knows the difference ( apart from label design) ;-)
#11
spamcan61;7555390
Hot from me! I'm sad enough to have both UK and USA versions on vinyl, a virtual pint to anyone who knows the difference ( apart from label design) ;-)

The US version is full of spelling mistakes?
#12
evh5150
Amazing album, although I prefer the original CD mastering, as opposed to the remaster.

I read about how when they were re-mastered a second time that they used contemporary mastering techniques to increase the overall loudness at the expense of dynamic range; that’s my grasp at understanding it anyway.
The irony is that I presume one major reason for this current trend is to make it sound louder on the radio and Zep weren’t even a singles band!!! :w00t:
Why not just let people turn the volume up an down as they see fit and stop messing with the music. :roll:

No doubt when Jimmy Page is 75 he’ll re-master them again in 3D audio and give us the dynamic range back. :-D
#13
Makes me want to grab a guitar and a violin bow.
#14
Agharta
I read about how when they were re-mastered a second time that they used contemporary mastering techniques to increase the overall loudness at the expense of dynamic range; that’s my grasp at understanding it anyway.
The irony is that I presume one major reason for this current trend is to make it sound louder on the radio and Zep weren’t even a singles band!!! :w00t:
Why not just let people turn the volume up an down as they see fit and stop messing with the music. :roll:

No doubt when Jimmy Page is 75 he’ll re-master them again in 3D audio and give us the dynamic range back. :-D


i think you are describing what they call stereo enhancers
#15
spock1958
The US version is full of spelling mistakes?


On the US copy The Lemon Song is titled 'Killing Floor' presumably due to this shenanigans:-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lemon_Song
#16
all us old farts should buy a copy for their kids,let them hear what rock music is all about
#17
spamcan61
On the US copy The Lemon Song is titled 'Killing Floor' presumably due to this shenanigans:-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lemon_Song


I have both The Lemon Song and Killing Floor pressings on vinyl (plum label). Didnt realise one was a US pressing. Pretty sure they are both UK.
#18
Agharta
and Zep weren’t even a singles band!!! :w00t:


You should see my collection of Atlantic import 45's then :)

- Scoob
#19
scoobie
You should see my collection of Atlantic import 45's then :)

I heard about the imports but never determined which countries they came from!
#20
twinsen;7556870
all us old farts should buy a copy for their kids,let them hear what rock music is all about

My 16 year old and her friends have already raided my CD/Vinyl collection of their own volition. I appear to have accidentally acquired some cred with them on account of having seen most of the rock greats in the 70's
#21
Agharta
I heard about the imports but never determined which countries they came from!


Japan too.
#22
bobloblaw2001
I have both The Lemon Song and Killing Floor pressings on vinyl (plum label). Didnt realise one was a US pressing. Pretty sure they are both UK.


I'm going from memory as my vinyl albums are sitting in a box in the wardrobe, maybe they are both UK pressings.
banned#23
Thanks OP

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