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Nice indeed. But, you don't have any friends. How is that possible?
And to go along with your random Star Wars pic, this comes to mind...
Now to stay on topic has anyone taken a break form Zeppelin? How long were you able to go without listening to them?
There is no breaks from Zeppelin.
There is only before Zeppelin.
The Zeppelin is everlasting.
^^I'm afraid you don't understand. You have to run out and get it this second
nah, it seems like he was one of those "hey let me join an internet forum and spam it up then get banned and forget the whole thing ever happened" kinda guys. Nothing in the FOTB so far.
Yes, yes, if Roy Z joined Maiden and somehow Tipton and Downing joined as well, then Halford decided to do vocal harmonies with Bruce, and Scott Travis added some double bass madness... I would jizz my pants and die.
Seriously though, that would be the greatest musical feat ever.
And to keep the conversation up, the 70's did seem amazing. I loved the 90's, they were truly amazing, and so far the 00's seem okay. The main thing about the 00's that bother me are:
1. Illegal Downloading
2. Unnecessary technology
3. People liking music for its "trendiness"
4. Emo, although it's just the glam rock of the '00s and will be over by 2010.
Anyway, Seth, as soon as you buy PULSE (we all know you're going to ), let us know what you think
^Start the club. Most definitely. Will you take the initiative, Seth?
Yeah, Seth, definately go for Pulse. Especially if you have a large screen TV and a good sound system.
EDIT: by the way, I took care of that +Shameful+ guy
You know, I've just discoverd the beauty of Over The Hills And Far Away. That song is epic.
I used to not like it because it had no structure: no chorus no verses, etc. But I've learned to really love that song, it's amazing! I love Robert's lyrics in it, I think those are what makes that song shine.
And what album did it come from?
IN THROUGH THE OUT DOOR!!!
Damn I love that record...
Get it. I'm not nearly as into Pink Floyd as I am other bands, but my God is that DVD amazing. I love that DVD. Dark Side was great, too, live. But anyway, I'm sure it'll blow your mind.
Speaking of Spinal Tap, has anybody seen the movie A Mighty Wind? It's supposed to be like Spinal Tap only with a folk band, or so I hear. I caught about 5 minutes on Comedy Central once, it seemed to be somewhat similar, with a more documentary like style to it.
Ya that guys post made me burst out into laughter. Thank you, white, metal supremesist. You have made my day.
Zeppelin's early stuff>Later stuff
Also, while I was typing, I accidentely mispelled Zeppelin Leppelin. And I was wondering: Can we start calling them Leppelin?
It's really efficient, thinks I.
So the first two must surely be SSOASS and Piece of Mind?
I think that about The Division Bell, and it remains the absolute best CD I've heard from them IMO. I find it to be so much more brilliant than any of the Waters era stuff, but everyone likes a different era more. I just prefer that happy style of writing over that dark style that Waters had. Most of (if not all of) the songs that he wrote have a very dark sound to them, whereas Gilmour wrote more mellow sounding, uplifiting styled stuff.
I've noticed that, since I'm a bassist, and the only conclusion I can come to is because this is ultimate-guitar, not ultimate-guitar-and-bass.
Bet you thought that title was something else didn't you?
I haven't seen you post in this thread very much. ^
man listen to Seth sounding like he knows Pink Floyd I never knew you were really a fan
Well, when you get "Baby Come On Home" (outtake of Zeppelin I), "Travelling Riverside Blues" (live), "White Summer/Black Mountainside" (live), and "Hey Hey What Can I Do" included at the end of the Coda disc, then there is quite some fun in it!
^I don't own Coda, so I wouldn't know. I know it's Zeppelin, but is it worth buying?
And NPFtD and FOtD DO NOT SUCK!
Has anybody really listened to John Paul's bass part in "Ozone Baby"? I was just listening to it, and it sounds amazing!
although Phaser and flangers do sound similar.
now ive got no idea who does most of the writing for songs and all that sorta thing but purely based on the solos and more specifically the tone, IMO adrian is a hack and dave sounds incredible. in the studio theres only a very subtle difference but i believe its significant on the death on the road dvd.
^I actually reading somewhere that for Hats Off to (Roy) Harper, Robert plugged his mic into one of Jimmy's Vox (I think) amps and turned on the built-in tremolo effect on the amp and sang through that.
Honestly, the post Syd albums don't remind me much at all of Piper. There's a bit of that influence, but it's clearly not Syd's writing.
Some albums have parts that are a bit remniscent in style, but most of the songs aren't. You pointed out Atom Heart Mother... what about If, Summer '68 and Fat Old Sun? Those sound nothing like Syd's writing.
And if by "failing" you mean failing to make good music, then I certainly disagree. If you mean failing to write like Syd then I think you just contradicted your point.
They named every episode in season 5 after a Led Zeppelin song.
I laughed at my father when he told me King Crimson was the heaviest band ever.
Note that is not taking anything away from King Crimson (I adore them), but with how many Metal bands there are now it's hard for a Classic Rock band to claim that title.
Still, King Crimson is better than 99% of the Metal bands I have listened to.
I'm not sure what is used on Plant's voice on Hats of to (Roy) Harper; it might just be some fade-in fade-out effect created by the engineer, but I'm not an expert on such matters.
Eh, Judas aren't Heavy Metal IMO. But then I also have a pretty lopsided opinion since I started with pre-black album Metallica Heavy would be "... And Justice For All" type stuff. Like the song Blackened, or the title track. But Priest? No way in hell...
He's not one of those "I hate them because they're popular" people is he? God those people piss me off. Who gives a **** if its popular, if you like it, listen to it.
I'm not sure how many of you will disagree with that statement, but look at all of LZ's work. They've covered next to every genre of music imaginable to me.
yea thats a good one, what about south Bound Suarez off ITTOD
Janick: Jinkies! Dave, I only have one Eddie snack left. (Dave solos to get Eddie snack).
Time period, yes. Ever, likely not.
I was never really a big fan of Syd's songwriting. To psychadellic and weird for me. Kind of bland too, IMO.
^ No waiiii. Shaggy = bumbling idiot. Adrian = Guitar god.
has anyone else noticed that there is a slight similarity between adrian smith and shaggy from the old school scooby doo episodes?
I like the first couple minutes, but when it turns into complete noise I just can't stand it, and that lasts way too long.