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Led Zeppelin - Dead Battery flac album

Led Zeppelin - Dead Battery flac album Performer: Led Zeppelin
Title: Dead Battery
Style: Hard Rock, Arena Rock, Classic Rock
Released: 2011
Country: Japan
MP3 album: 1476 mb
FLAC album: 1839 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Rock

Led Zeppelin were an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The group consisted of vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones and drummer John Bonham. Along with Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, the band's heavy, guitar-driven sound has led them to be cited as one of the originators of heavy metal. Their style drew from a wide variety of influences, including blues, psychedelia and folk music.

Band Name Led Zeppelin. Album Name Dead Zeppelin - A Metal Tribute to Led Zeppelin.

The best track on the album is Immigrant Song. The rendition keeps as close to the original as possible but the artist adds some haunting goth vocals. This album is definately not for those die-hard fans of Led Zeppelin, but is a great album for those Metal fans. One person found this helpful.

There have been several Led Zeppelin tribute albums, most notably the alternative rock-oriented Encomium, but until the Dwell label's Dead Zeppelin: A Metal Tribute to Led Zeppelin, there had never been one devoted exclusively to heavy metal bands. The idea makes sense, since Zep had such a huge influence on heavy metal. The artist roster, unfortunately, is typical Dwell: obscure groups who have never recorded a full-length album (rare is the Dwell tribute-album artist who does go on to do so). But the real problem is predictability

Led Zeppelin's second album was recorded during the precious little downtime they had on their endless 1969 world tour. It took them months to record in studios all across America and Europe, yet somehow it sounds cohesive. The track listing almost reads like a greatest hits collection: "Whole Lotta Love," "Thank You," "Heartbreaker," "What Is And What Should Never Be" and "Bring It On Home.

Same with Led Zeppelin. I absolutely LOVE Pink Floyd. I only like 5-6 songs from the Grateful Dead though, I think they shined WAYYY more in their live shows then in the studio recordings, kind of like Led Zeppelin, except Led Zeppelin's studio recordings were amazing in their own write. All I really listen too is blues hard rock, Cream, Hendrix, Zep, Pink Floyd, plus a ton of other bands from around that same time period.


1-1 Immigrant Song
1-2 Heartbreaker
1-3 Since I've Been Loving You
1-4 Black Dog
1-5 Dazed And Confused
1-6 Stairway To Heaven
1-7 Celebration Day
2-1 That's The Way
2-2 Going To California
2-3 What Is And What Should Never Be
2-4 Moby Dick
2-5 Stairway To Heaven
2-6 Celebration Day
2-7 That's The Way
2-8 Going To California
2-9 What Is And What Should Never Be
2-10 Moby Dick


CD 1 And Tracks 1-4 CD 2 Recorded At Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, September 9th 1971
CD 2 Tracks 5-10 Recorded At Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, September 1st 1971
Issued in a Long Box Digipak
Stereo Soundboard Recording

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5273158746952

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