Led Zeppelin 1

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1969 the hammer of the gods fell, the mighty Led Zeppelin's self titled debut album landed and rock music was never the same.This classic records reissue of this classic album on 200 gram vinyl which is almost as heavy as the music pressed on it. From the opening monster drum sound of Good Times, Bad Times, which sound like thunder coming from your speakers, the acoustic Babe, I gonna Leave You and Black Mountain side. Than you get some blues with Zeppelin's covers of Willie Dixon's You Shook me, and I can't Quit you Baby, which Robert Plant makes his own with a sexual moan. You get the heavy but trippy How Many More Times and the live classic Dazed And Confused with Jimmy Page's guitar wizardry. The closest thing to a single type track is Communication Breakdown, hard and fast, somewhat punky. This album hit all the areas of music and laid the ground work for heavy metal. The recording itself is still fresh even though it is almost 40 years old, who today gets a drum sound like this. I believe this is the greatest debut album in history.

1969 the hammer of the gods fell, the mighty Led Zeppelin's self titled debut album landed and rock music was never the same.This classic records reissue of this classic album on 200 gram vinyl which is almost as heavy as the music pressed on it. From the opening monster drum sound of Good Times, Bad Times, which sound like thunder coming from your speakers, the acoustic Babe, I gonna Leave You and Black Mountain side. Than you get some blues with Zeppelin's covers of Willie Dixon's You Shook me, and I can't Quit you Baby, which Robert Plant makes his own with a sexual moan. You get the heavy but trippy How Many More Times and the live classic Dazed And Confused with Jimmy Page's guitar wizardry. The closest thing to a single type track is Communication Breakdown, hard and fast, somewhat punky. This album hit all the areas of music and laid the ground work for heavy metal. The recording itself is still fresh even though it is almost 40 years old, who today gets a drum sound like this. I believe this is the greatest debut album in history. Classic Records 200 gram vinyl reissue cut by Bernie Grundman from the original two track masters, super quite vinyl, thundering bass, crispy highs, a very clean sound. This reissue blows my original copy away

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The Hammer of the Gods Debut

The Greatest Debut album in history

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