Led Zeppelin IV reviews— 29 total
29 user reviews of Led Zeppelin IV by Led Zeppelin
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club" or the Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds", especially on a Top Twenty Greatest Albums List.
I still listen to some of these songs everyday, I would buy it for sure if I lost it.
It's got pretty much their 3 most known songs: Stairway to Heaven, Black Dog and Rock and Roll.
Led Zeppelin didn't publicize much and they usually did not do interviews with reporters.
Of course it includes the legendary classic, "Stairway to Heaven." This is not the only reason to buy the album...
It s a classic and it makes you just feel good about anything.
Musically in general, it just shows how a group of very talented musicians can come together and create an album...
I love every song on this album with the exception of "When the Levee Breaks" which I found to be...
Black Dog is really cool. I wish I was able to write riffs like that one.
But what makes this such a great album is that it has a little blues, a little rock, and a...
I totally agree with them. It is the turning point in Led Zeppelin's career when they became less blues influenced and became much heavier.
It's easily their most accessible album, containing no doubt their most famous hits.
Almost all of the songs (proabably excluding Four Sticks) A great album.
It's one of my top three albums of all time, and anyone who wants to get into Zeppelin should start...
Going To California is amazingly layed back, Black Dog is amzingly cool, When The Levee Breaks is amazingly heavy, Battle...
I don't think you can compare any other albums to this album.
It's like 34 years old and its still better than any of the pussy pop rock bands today like simple...
My opniun of course you reading so guess you want my opniun.
This is perhaps the flat out dumbest question to ask when reviewing Led Zeppelin IV.
Though all their albums are awesome, this is the climax of their musical genius.
Anybody should be able to appreciate the great music on this record..
Stairway To Heaven, Rock And Roll, and Black Dog are the greatest achievements on this great album.
The reason they became so popular was because they were hippies that played pop music.
Their only two great songs on Led Zeppelin III, so it might be one of the unfavorites.
This album is even better than classics like: Back in Black, Dark Side of The Moon, Black Album (Metallica), Appetite...
My favorite songs on this album are "Battle of Evermore", "Black Dog", Stairway to Heaven (of Course)", "Misty Mountain Hop"...
If it were stolen I would definitley buy it again, And I have.
If it was lost or stolen, I'd deffinately buy it again.
The best part of this album is the versitilty of the tracks.