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Led Zeppelin II (Remastered)

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The epic structures, the increased voltage, the heavyweight grooves: Everything clicks on Led Zeppelin’s second album. By riding a single, violent chord to an explosive climax, “Whole Lotta Love” comes off like a grand finale—and it’s only the first cut. The band was no longer derivative of Howlin’ Wolf, and “Moby Dick” and “Heartbreaker” show them unlocking their own ferocious riffs, on drums as well as guitar. In the sonic voyages of “What Is and What Should Never Be” and “Ramble On,” you can already hear them setting sail for future adventures.

Customer Reviews

Ramble On kid's

Ramble On is my favorite Led Zeppelin song other than Stairway to Heaven. This album is worth it to buy also wanna whole lotta love is also good. Buy this album its worth it kids

Still Relevant 48 years later

I grew up with this. I cut my teeth as a guitarist learning Jimmy Page note-for-note. This music is stuff of legends still to this day. I've never gotten tired of listening and playing Zep tunes.

Rock gods!

What more can be said that hasn't already been said for decades? They are legendary and will always be one of the best rock bands in history. The very first moment you start this album, you feel a Whole Lotta Love.

Biography

Formed: July, 1968 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

What the Beatles were to the '60s, Led Zeppelin were to the '70s: a band so successful and innovative they wound up creating the prism through which their entire epoch was seen. Zeppelin ushered in the era of album rock -- they refused to release singles off their albums, even when they were garnering massive radio play -- and of arena rock, playing ever-larger stadiums as their ticket sales skyrocketed. Other bands played on a similar field but Led Zeppelin carried a unique mystique cultivated by...
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