Untitled (Led Zeppelin IV) (studio album) by Led Zeppelin
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Untitled (Led Zeppelin IV) is ranked as the best album by Led Zeppelin.
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|3 days ago||Jakor||1,605||71/100|
|5 days ago||tillz||642||79/100|
|5 days ago||luukvdschepop||261||75/100|
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This album is rated in the top 1% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 89.8/100, a mean average of 88.7/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 89.8/100. The standard deviation for this album is 13.3.
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Over the space of no time at all Led Zeppelin quickly became the leading name in rock and the first two albums so exactly that; rock. This album however shows so many differing sides to the bands many talents and also highlights the different shades of colour the band could reveal. Their magnum opus still rocks hard but it is the moments of intense, raw beauty that makes it one of the greatest albums of all time.
This album has a track score of 90 and is placed @ 7th in my top albums chart. It has a rating of 100
Black Dog and Rock and Roll to start IV is incredible. This album also features two of the greatest songs of all time (Stairway to Heaven and When the Levee Breaks)!
Fave tracks - Rock and Roll, Black Dog, When the Levee Breaks
Amazing album, every song is special in its own way. If I had to choose best of all time this is definitely a contender. Stairway To Heaven is best song of all time, Rock And Roll, Black Dog and When The Levee Breaks are awesome.
Classic rock album. And contains quite simply one of the best songs ever written (with the best guitar solo full stop) - Stairway To Heaven. I reckon in 100, 500, 1,000 years time people will still consider it one of the best ever. Shout out to When The Levee Breaks too.
One of the rare albums with no fillers, just bangers.
LZ guys are playing so tightly together, the album sounds perfect, the drums the guitar the vocals the lot
2) Black Dog
3) Misty Mountain Hop
4) When the Levee Breaks
5) Rockn Roll
6) Battle of Evermore
7) Four Sticks
8) Going to California
All songs here are 9-10 except for four sticks, absolute music heaven, ballads, hard rock and folk, member by member led zeppelin is the greatest band ever
I grew up in a super conservative christian household, and rock music was expressly banned. I will never forget the day that my father brought a record player into my room when I was 14, and let me listen to Zofo for the first time. I wish I could go back and hear it again for the first time.
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