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This is rumour control; here are the facts.

LED ZEPPELIN IV? HOUSES OF THE HOLY? PHYSICAL GRAFFITI?

These are all good records, to be sure, but every Led Zep record genuflects at the altar of IN THROUGH THE OUT DOOR.

IN THE EVENING. FOOL IN THE RAIN. CAROUSELAMBRA. ALL MY LOVE. I'M GONNA CRAWL.

M'lud, the case for the defence rests :)

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1. Physical Graffiti

2. III

3. IV

4. II

5. Houses

6. I

7. In Through the Out Door

8. Presence

 

I don't care what anyone says, and I've heard every argument, Coda will never ever count to me.  It is not a main Led Zeppelin album.

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Holy shit!

So, last night I was driving home from work and the film score CD I was listening to ended with ~5 minutes left to home, so I figured I'd flip over to FM radio, something I RARELY do ever these days.  On a channel that plays a mix of classic rock and modern rock, I heard what sounded like Led Zeppelin so I left it there.  As it went on I realized I didn't recognize it, yet the singer HAD To be Robert Plant from what I could tell.  I figured it must be some Robert Plant solo career song I've never heard or something, so I Shazamed it and it turned out to be a new band called Greta Van Fleet.

 

While painting the downstairs last night we listened to their whole album (technically a double EP since its only 8 songs) and these guys fucking rock, ya'll!  And they sound exactly like Led Zeppelin the entire album.

 

Seriously though, check out this song, its awesome!

 

 

I vaguelly recalled @Disco Stu bringing them up the other day and what led off the recent Zep discussion and I just went back and re-read it and I'm sad Stu doesn't like them.  Have you heard the whole album, Stu?

 

It's on Amazon MP3 / Google Play / iTunes / Spotify / etc

 

https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bl6pgvtzp5ezdaluyjxupg2muzi

 

https://itunes.apple.com/by/album/1301642469

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07743SG4T

 

https://open.spotify.com/album/6uSnHSIBGKUiW1uKQLYZ7w

 

 


As the album went on I heard not JUST Led Zeppelin, but some Jack White, Wolfmother, and Alabama Shakes too.

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Was at a Killers gig last night ... easily one of the most enjoyable I've ever been to, with a setlist well-balanced between selections from Wonderful Wonderful and their 'greatest hits'. 

Excellent work, Mr Flowers and co! :D 

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