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Led Zeppelin (album) by Led Zeppelin 

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Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin (1969)
Overall rank: 56th   Overall chart history
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Accolades: Top 5 albums of 1969 (5th)
Top 20 albums of the 1960s (15th)
Top 100 albums of all time (56th)

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Led Zeppelin bestography

Led Zeppelin is ranked 3rd best out of 22 albums by Led Zeppelin on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Led Zeppelin is Led Zeppelin IV which is ranked number 9 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 103,608.

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Members who like this album also like: Led Zeppelin IV by Led Zeppelin, The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin II by Led Zeppelin.

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From thandall 07/25/2018 05:37
One of the finest rock albums of all time. Listen to this to understand why Led Zeppelin took the world by storm and will forever be heralded as classic rock gods.
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From Quixoticelixer 07/20/2018 21:03
Led Zeppelin along with Pink Floyd and The Red Hot Chili Peppers Got Me into playing guitar. Led Zeppelin I is an interesting one, from the first two notes it demonstrates everything zeppelin is and will be. Good Times Bad Times Is The perfect first Zeppelin Song, John Bonham with one foot pedal sounds like 4 drummers. John Paul Jones with writing the main riff showed his prowess as a riff writer (Along with Jimmy Page) Jimmy Pages searing solos blowed many minds (Like my own), Robert Plants sense of melody and his voice near the ending fadeout. the album then goes into an acoustic Number named "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" I love this song. the acoustic guitar and singing is beautiful. and when the bass and drums come in, it elevates it to a whole other level. "You Shook Me (The First Credited cover on this album) follows with some of the coolest solos on the album. first John Paul Jones shows his keyboard skill in the first zeppelin song with keyboards, Plant demonstrates his prowess on Harmonica. and Page of course delivers a Guitar solo. Dazed And Confused starts with one of John Paul Jones best bass lines. everything in this song is fantastic, before culminating into a psychadelic Page section, and then bursting into Page's best solo on the album. I especially love the drums in Dazed and confused. Your time is gonna come is a catchy keyboard song. black mountain side is good but is elevated if you listen to it and communication breakdown back to back. How many more times is great but much better on the coda album. the flaws with this album is how much stuff jimmy page ripped off from other artists, Babe I'm Gonna Leave, Dazed and confused, and black mountain side are particularly jarring. which really takes off from this albums score and legacy.
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From phopwood 07/08/2018 15:03
I love this album for it's rawness, from is brilliance to it's flaws. It's one of those albums that captures the magic of the session. A debut that just kept sucker punching you song after song, then continued into the next album.
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From PaperVinnie 05/27/2018 22:07
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Idk why you're comparing Zeppelin to Cream, because other than the fact that they were both groups made up of some of the finest instrumentalists of their time, their styles couldn't be more different. Cream was a blues fueled psychedelia group that set the basis for what Rock 'n' Roll instrumentation in its fullest could be. Cream spent their whole career trying to outdo each other, Led Zeppelin knew how to work with each other to make their music amazing. While Cream's music was amazing, they never could have been Led Zeppelin because they had never even imagined that Zeppelin's sound has existed, and they simply didn't know each other well enough to bring that sound into fruition.
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From willandthemix 05/27/2018 11:28
Currently my favourite Zeppelin album. So much more energy than IV. I'm in love with Bonham's drummer especially on this album.
Favourite tracks: Good Times Bad Times, Dazed And Confused, Communication Breakdown
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From JimagineL 05/19/2018 21:37
The critics at the time called a failed attempt to fill the emptyness that the separation of Cream had left over. To me, they didn't filled It, they overflowed It. Led Zeppelin is everything Cream wanted to be, and they prove It in this debut.
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From kingofstorm 04/14/2018 04:23
One of rock's best debuts. Great and consistent album. Very raw and bluesy.
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From Sandrof1969 02/11/2018 15:05
Le ragioni per cui i Led Zeppelin sono tra i miei gruppi preferiti di sempre sono tante e mi limito alle seguenti: la tecnica artigianale ma devastante di Jimmy Page oltre che la sua comunicatività e la sua versatilità con la chitarra, la voce ai tempi in grado di rompere i bicchieri ( vero ! ) di Robert Plant, il drumming personale, potente e preciso di John Bonham, l'eclettismo di John Paul Jones…
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From Medelsvensson 11/30/2017 15:30
Dazed and confused takes the cake!
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From PaperVinnie 11/07/2017 17:02
I'd go as far as to call this one Led Zeppelin's best album. I mean this album changed music forever by creating Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. This album gets seriously overshadowed by Zeppelin 4.

Best Tracks: Good Times Bad Times, Dazed and Confused, Communication Breakdown, How Many More Times
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