Led Zeppelin IV (album) by Led Zeppelin
|VTG 1971 Lp Led Zeppelin IV Record Vinyl Israel press Hebrew cover Psych MINT
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|Led Zeppelin IV CD Japan Lp Sleeve Jun-2003, Atlantic NEW SEAL WPCR-11614
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Led Zeppelin IV is ranked as the best album by Led Zeppelin.
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|1.||Black Dog|| 91/100 (879 votes)|
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|2.||Rock And Roll|| 89/100 (831 votes)|
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|3.||The Battle Of Evermore|| 87/100 (726 votes)|
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|4.||Stairway To Heaven|| 94/100 (1,261 votes)|
Comments: 34 comments
|5.||Misty Mountain Hop|| 86/100 (691 votes)|
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|6.||Four Sticks|| 83/100 (597 votes)|
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|7.||Going To California|| 89/100 (737 votes)|
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|8.||When The Levee Breaks|| 92/100 (874 votes)|
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The band's finest hour. Blues rock at its tightest and most enjoyable
Standouts: Black Dog, Rock And Roll, Stairway To Heaven
Least Favorites: Four Sticks, Misty Mountain Hop
Absolutely brilliant. Still great to take out and listen to every once in awhile, even after all of these decades.
Led Zeppelin IV is the ultimate Led Zeppelin album in my mind. It is just massive. I can't imagine how it would have felt to hear this back in 1971. I mean, each song is better than the last. And just when you thought it couldn't get any better, here comes "When The Levee Breaks" and you realize that these guys were really at their peak at this moment. Amazing album.
Clearly, Led Zep's best. Not a bad track to be had on this masterpiece. My favorite tracks: Going to California and When The Levee Breaks. This last is pure, blast your face off, Led Zep. The quintessential album from one of the true icons of rock.
É tão bom que parece uma coletânea de grandes clássicos da banda. Pilar do rock!
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This album has such iconic status it's hard to assess it with any objectivity at this point. It's either the greatest album ever released or it's horribly overrated. Personally, it's not my favorite Zeppelin album, but I can fully understand the accolades it receives. This is Zeppelin after they shed their derivative beginnings and fully defined exactly who they are, and they did so with spectacular authenticity.
This album's rockin' as heck. Actually though, to me, this is my favorite Led Zeppelin album. "Black Dog" is such a great opener, and from there, it's just so, sooo good and enjoyable. As overplayed (maybe not as much anymore) as "Stairway to Heaven" is, there's no words to describe how great that song is. It's been talked about to death and stuff, but still. "When the Levee Breaks" is probably the best closure they've ever had, and the couple softer tracks like "The Battle of Evermore" and "Going to California" are so surprisingly fitting. "Four sticks" is okay... so yeah, I honestly don't have much else to say about it, it's a classic masta piece
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