Led Zeppelin - Latter Days: Best of Led Zeppelin, Vol.2
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Before [a]Jimmy Page[/a] could gurn for Guernsey and [B]Bob Plant[/B] began to resemble that stuff used to line hamster cages, there was a time when it was all Valhalla and velvet loons round [a]Led Z
Before Jimmy Page could gurn for Guernsey and Bob Plant began to resemble that stuff used to line hamster cages, there was a time when it was all Valhalla and velvet loons round Led Zeppelin 's pad. The Black Country bumpkins were the first to pump the blues' sullen chops with glamour, portent and thunderous facial hair - thereby permanently loosening heavy metal's nascent...
- Jan 6, 2000
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The Hammer Of The Gods comes crashing down once more...
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While the material on this record doesn't match up to [B]'Volume One'[/B], it's still an essential purchase for anyone who can't be bothered to get their patchy later albums...
- Mar 22, 2000
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Led Zeppelin - Latter Days: Best of Led Zeppelin, Vol.2: Wikipedia Album Entry
This enhanced CD contains a video of a live performance of "Kashmir" from Earls Court in 1975 matched to the studio track. On the compilation, the first two songs were originally released on the album Houses of the Holy, the next four on Physical Graffiti, the next two on Presence, and the final two on In Through the Out Door.
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