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  1. oooooooooooooooooooo Okay okay I know Zep is the epitome of an easy vote and Sting is only slightly less annoying than Bono... but this has gotta be a close album matchup for more than just me right? I mean, we're talking two of the greatest albums in the classic rock canon here! Heartbreaker vs. King Of Pain! The Lemon Song vs. Miss Gradenko! or how about... Moby Dick vs. Mother... lol
  2. I guess with a matchup like this you Steve Miller fans can keep hiding! :P I'll try to give Miller a chance in the third option.
  3. Who’s better? Who’s your fav? A few years ago I probably would’ve leaned towards VH, but LZ’s best albums are better than VH’s best albums for me. However, I LOVE VH’s energy. They were one of those perfect rock bands. Great melodies, great rhythms, great riffs, electric solos, great energy, great fun. LZ’s just deeper, but not necessarily the better band to me. Not every day of the week anyway.
  4. Choose your favorite, or the one you think is the best, or both, or neither.
  5. I might as well start this one now, since we have the Led Zeppelin album elimination thread underway. My top ten (at the time of this writing, anyway!) in no particular order. What say you? When the Levee Breaks The Battle of Evermore Achilles' Last Stand Ten Years Gone How Many More Times? Dazed and Confused Bron-Y-Aur Stomp Hey Hey What Can I Do? Kashmir Going to California
  6. So now that all of the zeppelin reissue/remasters are out and available, has anyone gotten them? What are your thoughts? Personally, I don't hear the difference from my previous editions. The only additions are the studio outtakes, instrumentals, and remixes which are mostly not good.
  7. For me, it's just pure 100% American Songwriting. I love it!
  8. From Businessweek: “Can you think of another song, any song, for which, when its first chord is played, an entire audience of 20,000 rise spontaneously to their feet, not just to cheer or clap hands, but in acknowledgment of an event that is crucial for all of them?” Observer critic Tony Palmer wrote in a 1975 profile. Dave Lewis writes in Led Zeppelin: The Complete Guide to Their Music that “Stairway has a pastoral opening cadence that is classical in feel and which has ensured its immortality.” But what if those opening notes weren’t actually written by Jimmy Page or any member of Led Zeppelin? What if the foundation of the band’s immortality had been lifted from another song by a relatively forgotten California band, Spirit? http://www.businessw...rus-a-reckoning Edit: I hadn't noticed there's also a "game". Guitar players, go for it!! http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-05-15/the-stairway-to-heaven-game-did-led-zeppelin-steal-the-greatest-song-opening-in-rock-history
  9. Thanks for all of the wonderful riffs and inspiring our Lerxst so much.
  10. Hate to be a teaser, but it apparently will be interview only - no music. http://ultimateclassicrock.com/led-zeppelin-to-appear-on-late-show-with-david-letterman/
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