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Album Review

Remember when, in the 1980s, the hard rock landscape was littered heavily with Led Zeppelin impostors? The apex of this so-called movement was probably 1987 through 1989, when metalheads were treated to such popular Zep-like releases as Whitesnake's self-titled commercial breakthrough and Bonham's The Disregard of Timekeeping. But possibly tops on the "Zep disciple" list were Kingdom Come, with their debut album Kingdom Come and single "Get It On," which were big hits. Their subsequent albums failed to perform as well (guess fans realized that one Zep was enough), but Kingdom Come singer Lenny Wolf has persevered and stuck to his guns throughout the years by fronting various lineups of the band. And in 2011, their 13th release overall was issued, titled Rendered Waters (comprised of re-recordings of old material and new tunes). As expected, Led Zeppelin still plays a large part in the Kingdom Come sound, as evidenced by such compositions as "The Wind," "Should I," and "Seventeen." But there are a few times when Wolf and company stray away from their Zep-isms, including the surprisingly upbeat pop/rock of "Is It Fair Enough" and "Blue Trees," a song that has more in common with '80s melodic metal than "Kashmir" or "Black Dog." By this point, you know exactly what lies in store with each new Kingdom Come release, and Rendered Waters won't disappoint those who enjoy their rock Zep-heavy.

Customer Reviews

Wow ...

Can't believe that these guys are still around. That's cool, cause I loved them back in the day (eighties) when they were considered the very best of the Zeppelin rip-offs. I still think that they have alot of the sme sound and that's cool to hear in a day of radio garbage and over-used styles. This is a throwback to something better.. Great album if you like just great pure rock without the flavor of the month gimmicks..

Gotta Love Good Ole ROCK AND ROLL!!!

I remember seeing these guys back in 89' at Monsters of Rock at the old RFK stadium in DC. I loved them then, when all the haters called them Zeppelin ripoffs and I think they just proved with this album they still have what it takes. They sound incredible.... Lenny Wolf's voice is spot on with a more mature vocal and the band sounds tight. Keep it up guys and come see here in So-Cal.


When I saw this new album I was pumped up. Just like everyone else I was a big fan of Kingdom Come back in the day, but with previewing the songs I realized this is just a remixed greatest hits album. Don't get me wrong, love the tunes, just wanted more originality.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few new bands have caused as much of a stir with the release of their debut single and few have, simultaneously, generated so much backlash as German hard rockers Kingdom Come did with "Get It On." Mistaken by many fans as a reunion of the surviving members of Led Zeppelin, the quintet was derisively known to some as "Kingdom Clone." Signed to Polydor, lead singer Lenny Wolf put together a band and entered the studio with producer Bob Rock, an engineer and musician who would later find success working...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Apr 05, 2011

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