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Led Zeppelin II (album) by Led Zeppelin 

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Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin II by Led Zeppelin (1969)
Overall rank: 37th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
87/100 (from 2,138 votes)
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Accolades: Top 5 albums of 1969 (3rd)
Top 20 albums of the 1960s (13th)
Top 50 albums of all time (37th)

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LED ZEPPELIN II 180g LP + ROBERT PLANT Live 2014 World Tour 10" LP Sealed
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Led Zeppelin - II (CD 1997)
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LED ZEPPELIN - II - LP VINYL POLAND 1990 RARE RELEASE X248
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Led Zeppelin bestography

Led Zeppelin II is ranked 2nd 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 8 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 104,111.

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Average Rating: 
87/100 (from 2,138 votes)
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From Fischman 4 days ago
For me, the Zep Album I'm least likely to skip a track on. Not quite my favorite overall, but the most consistent, and the most fun. On this album, John Paul Jones shows why he should be considered in any discussion of greatest rock bassists.
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From caseygow 11/04/2018 01:31
I go back and forth between this one and LZ IV (and sometimes III) for my favorite Zeppelin album. One of those bands that managed to top an outstanding debut with their sophomore effort.
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From PaperVinnie 10/30/2018 17:34
When I first got into Zeppelin, I always thought this album was their best. As time goes on, I struggle on whether I should rate it at #2 or 3, but it's still a classic none the less. I'm also pretty on the fence as to whether to rate this as a 95 or 100, as Living Loving Maid and Moby Dick certainly make the second side a considerable step down from the first, but we'll see.

10/10 Tracks: Whole Lotta Love, What Is and What Should Never Be, Heartbreaker, Ramble On
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85/100
From Chungus77 10/29/2018 21:18
Zeppelin's best and the best rock album ever
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From antaiospiano 09/04/2018 09:22
Jimi and The Beatles had already foreshadowed hard rock and heavy metal, but this album was the first one to have it all throughout the album.
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From Junomoogmello 08/01/2018 20:13
A real mix of heavy rock, metal, prog and blues. Way ahead of its time in the diversity of music and incredible vocal talents of Robert Plant. 'Moby Dick' is very possibly the best drum solo of all time considering the limited drum kit John Bonham used, however the version of 'Moby Dick' on 'The Song Remains the Same' blows this version out of the water!
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95/100
From emptysquares 05/25/2018 22:07
Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon put together a fine set.
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From JimagineL 05/19/2018 21:24
The heaviest Zeppelin album you can hear. Battles with "The Stooges" for being the most energetic album of 1969. I never was such of an big fan of Plant's vocals, altough I do like his lyrics, in this album they don't appear too much. Jimmy Page comes up with his blues-kinda-of-ripped-off as always,powerful riffs in Whola Lotta Love, and hard hitting chords in "Heartbreaker". They two (Plant and Page) are often seen as the big guys, but to me, who really shines here, are the Johns. The Paul Jones bass and keyboard sets the tone for the album, listen to the calm "Thank You" keyboard section or the bass in "Ramble On" and you will understand. The John that plays drums, he does not simply plays that thing, he destroys It.
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From jdenny2018 05/18/2018 02:08
Led Zeppelin shot through the stratosphere with this album, and never really came down. Great bluesy hard rock, all-time listen
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From Azbest2000 05/02/2018 15:56
Thrilling and very energetic. It's definitely better than overrated "IV". You can hear the passion in the instrumentals and Plant's voice.
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