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He phrased his opinion rather poorly, imo, but if he likes Pink Floyd more than the Beatles, big deal.
Sorry about calling Beatles and Queen ****. I suppose they're ok, just **** compared to Pink Floyd. Same goes for any other band.
I just find The whole Beatles era really stupid and overrated, glorified boy band if you ask me.
I've never seen it, was it really that bad?
To be honest, I've never been a huge fan of that song. That and Out On the Tiles seem to be III filler in my opinion.
Hell yes. However, I downloaded it for one dollar, and I'm buying it when it's released, so I'm not totally stealing from them. It's a great album. Better than Pablo Honey and Amnesiac, but just can't measure up to The Bends and Kid A ( We all know OK Computer is the best though). Download it. Honestly it took me 45 seconds to get the entire album onto iTunes.
I almost fell off my chair.
Interesting word choice considering some of the events in the book/movie.
I haven't seen the movie, but I liked the book a lot.
LieK I kN0!!! Listen to Radiohead, fool.
^ I understand what you are saying about being biased and all, but just believing that the music goes along witht he movie doesnt mean its true. I'm not saying its intentional either, but you cant put any album on with a movie and have it sync. I'm only saying that I've done it twice before and its worked perfectly. I went in expecting it to be a few sounds here or there that I could see what the rumor came from, but no it was synced perfectly. If people don't think it works, maybe you started the album at the wrong time.
"2001: A Space Odyssey is a 1968 science fiction film directed by Stanley Kubrick, written by Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke." <----opening line from the Wiki article.
It must be fantastic to make millions of pounds by playing other peoples songs, recording them with a few different licks here and there and claiming them to be your own. The zeppelin reunion concert should be great, Jimmy still retains that killer ability , should be a real car crash. Anyone believe that stuff about him injuring his little finger? shouldn't be a problem really, he doesn't use it anymore anyway.
Hope they play the old classics, black dog, heartbreaker, black waterside-erm i mean black mountainside.
I wonder if lorrie maddox is listening, it takes a true genius to dominate a 14 year old child whilst obsessing over a dead drug addict, child molesting, victorian/edwardian era occultist.
Looking forward to seeing Jimmy playing as well as ever cough !!
BTW some of the simplest answers can be the best ones.
^ Maybe you just are an asshole?
And to get slightly on topic, have any of you guys covered Zeppelin live? How does the crowd usually take it?
And I'm not? I've posted in that thread over 1,500 times.
And I've made over 1700 posts in this thread ZP has made over 1500.
lolz. And you do?
Why is it nobody seems to like Hats off?
its a cool song dammit!
Which is why I had stopped posting here for about two or three weeks.
This forum, and more specifically, this thread, is beginning to wither.
And just to add to this convo about stealing of songs, since it's clearly never going to end, all blues musicians stole music at some point or another. Since Zeppelin were primarily blues/R&R musicians in the beginning, it makes sense for them to do what they did. I think people just say stuff against Zeppelin because they want to speak down upon the biggest rock and roll band ever...
yeah =) i've done that, but theres some say that you must post it here too
Dude, along with Holy Diver and Last In Line, both by Dio, those three videos make up my favorite 3 80s videos. It's probably because they're cheesy as hell, and I love ma cheeze.
Anyways, I've finally started to learn Friends, and it's so fun. Perhaps it's simply a rush from not playing alternate tunings very often.
I am also beginning to believe that Led Zeppelin III is my favorite album at the moment.
For the song "In my time of dying" on Physical Graffiti the writing credits say "Page,Plant, Jones and Bonham".
However it's a traditional number that's been about for donkey's years,originally called "Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed", it was even covered by Bob Dylan for his 1962 debut album.
I read the writing credits (on Wikipedia...that site's fuckin' great) and noticed something shocking. It says written by Bonham/Jones/Page! Neither the Yardbirds, nor Howlin' Wolf recieved any credit.
You do know a parsec is a unit of distance, not of time, right?
I vote boourns on that one, and you sir have earned a naughty sticker for even mentioning those two albums together.
I pray you should tell me kind knave, What is "awesome in heavy metal"?
are you prepared to take on the guy that did the kessel run at 12 parsacs
It starts on G, and it's done basically in power chords, minus the bass note of the chord.
I love how JPJ shares my dislike for that ****er Ritchie Blackmore, seriously?, when was deep purple ever worth listening to?
The Number Of the Beast video is one of my favorite 80s videos.
The best description I've heard of Tailgunner: "It's basically Aces High's retarded little brother".
JPJ: "Ian [Anderson] is a pain in the ass. We toured with Jethro Dull [sic] once and I think he pro*bably spoke three words to Jimmy or I at any one time. The band was nice but he was such a funny ****er."
Is it that much of a difference? I personally like CDs just fine. I'm not one of those audiophiles who are too high and mighty for anything digital!
I think all of the Zeppelin albums are remastered now.
^You've never listened to HTWWW ?
Great collection of live stuff, definitely worth listening too. *waves hand* you will buy HTWWW...
Why thank you, how helpful.
It's so nice to be back on the UG forums.
Edit: I don't think I made it clear but when I said "I haven't been able to listen to them for a while" I actually meant "Oh my god, I hate my favourite band and I don't know why!"
I got the CD replaced for free. I even got the 3rd disc.
Hmm, lately I haven't been able to listen to Zeppelin and I'm not exactly sure as to why.
I just don't enjoy listening to their albums, which is strange because I used to be such a huge fan.
Has anybody else gone through a phase like that with Zeppelin?
Today was my birthday, and everything was excellent, but when I received a copy of How The West Was Won, disc 3 was missing.
The pits downhill
I just discovered how much I love the Classic Rock Forum
Eh, that one is different, for sure. I'd go with Pablo Honey because it's not too wierd.
Right I need some recommendations. I have O.K Computer and the Bends, which album should I buy next?
EDIT: I have allready pre-ordered the new album
Exremely flimsy picks (.50) by a brand called Brain. They grip on them so I can hold them good. Otherwise, you can't go wrong with Fender.