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Album Review

Deja Voodoo is Dread Zeppelin's first album for Cleopatra, and it finds them trying to expand their sonic palette to include bits of hip-hop, techno, and lounge jazz. Pile that on top of the band's still-intact hybrid of Led Zeppelin, Elvis, and reggae, and the results are bizarre indeed. It's admirable that Dread Zeppelin is trying to push their sound forward this far into their career, and the decision to return almost exclusively to Zep material (following experiments with less specialized classic rock covers and original compositions) helps give the project a tighter focus.


Formed: Pasadena, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Dread Zeppelin channeled the musical spirits of Led Zeppelin, Elvis Presley, and Bob Marley to create tongue-in-cheek novelty rock heartily endorsed by no less an authority than Robert Plant himself. Led by one Tortelvis -- a 300-pound Elvis impersonator born Greg Tortell -- the lineup also included guitarists Jah Paul Jo (Joe Ramsey) and Carl Jah (Carl Haasis), bassist Butt-Boy (Gary Putman), percussionist Ed Zeppelin (Bryant Fernandez), and drummer Fresh Cheese (Paul Masselli); playing their debut...
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