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Led Zeppelin IV (album) by Led Zeppelin 

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Led Zeppelin IV
Led Zeppelin IV by Led Zeppelin (1971)
Overall rank: 9th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
89/100 (from 2,349 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 1971 (1st)
Top 10 albums of the 1970s (2nd)
Top 10 albums of all time (9th)

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Led Zeppelin IV is ranked as the best album by Led Zeppelin.

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From souplipton 4 days ago
Stairway to Heaven. On most albums, if you had a song like that, the conversation could begin and end there, but LZ4 isn't content with having one of the best songs ever. The album is incredible all the way through, and bookends the album with two more classics in Black Dog and When the Levee breaks. Every song is awesome, with three incredible highlights. The best album from one of the best bands ever.
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From DDrizzles 05/17/2016 06:04
Most classic album there is.
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From garycottier 04/28/2016 14:46
Led Zeppelin's fourth album is one of the most important and influential rock records ever, and one of the band's best. It features at least five Zeppelin classics, including off course, the timeless, stairway to heaven, which despite all it's prog rock intentions, is quite rightly regarded as a rock masterpiece. Other standouts are the brilliant opener, black dog, another great rock track, and that's followed by the breathless, rock and roll. Battle of evermore, is a lovely acoustic number with Fairport Convention's Sandy Denny sharing vocal duties with Robert Plant. Another excellent cut is the anti-authority, misty mountain hop, and, going to California, is another acoustic cut after which the album ends with the thunderous, when the levee breaks. The only weak track is the nonsense of four sticks, but hey, seven out of eight ain't bad. Excellent, Zeppelin at their ambitious best.
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From theroller 04/13/2016 02:03
Black Dog it's a 5 star. But I can't get Stairway to heaven, for god's sake
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From jhuik 04/01/2016 23:30
WALL TO WALL AWESOME!!! Except Four Sticks. No one really listens to that one... But WOW, all those other songs, WOW.
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From Chicken4Sale 03/30/2016 00:43
Great album, definitely a classic
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From Dadeisok 03/29/2016 19:12
Led Zeppelin were capable of playing a fundamental role in the history of blues rock, hard rock and heavy metal, essentially without giving birth to any new kind of music. What they were playing was nothing more than hard-oriented blues rock, mixed with atmospheres coming from celtic traditions, but what made them important was their ability to write wonderful, iconic songs. This album in particular is the proof that rock history hasn't always been (and shouldn't be intended as) a path of constant innovation and experimentation: there were times when it was much better to look at the past and simply celebrate music with a magnificent work of art.
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From Cojo7 03/21/2016 02:19
Flawless album in my view, yes, including Four Sticks and Misty Mountain Hop. Some consider Stairway To Heaven to be on of if not the most overplayed song ever, but it's so amazing that I could listen to it a thousand more times. My favorite track on LZ4 is not Stairway or even Levee, but rather Going to California. On an album full of a loud and rocking songs, the sweet acoustic ballad is the one that really blew me away the most. Every song on here is a must-listen, 10/10.
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From beatlekid123 03/10/2016 23:28
Tied with Houses of the Holy for my fave Zep album.
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From bobharris 03/02/2016 11:06
The strange thing with this record and led zeppelin in general is that the outcome is never greater than the sum of its parts. don't get me wrong i like the band and their albums a lot but to me they never reached their full potential. every band member is among the very best of their respective craft und no band ever had as much talent es they did. nevertheless no led zeppelin album reached the heights bands like the beatles reached. maybe this is just my personal opinion but no album of theirs brings all their talents together into a singular piece of art. led zeppelin IV comes closest while also featuring some of their best songs wich is ultimately the art form they where the best at
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