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  • Audio CD (24 Aug 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000023YRS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 143,599 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By roger.fairman@talk21.com on 11 Nov 2000
Format: Audio CD
And once more we find Tortelvis and chums striding over the hallowed grounds occupied by Led Zeppelin, Elvis and Bob Marley on another wanton destruction of all that is acceptable in musical good taste. As a follow up to the mighty Un-Led-Ed, we have 5,000,000, more of the same, yet with even more insane rambling from Tortelvis, and perhaps even less sense than the first album. I brought the first album because it took three types of music I didn't like and beat them with a musical stick, and with 5,000,000 that beating has continued. If a drink manufacturer put together a fruit juice containing such opposing tastes of content, you woudn't drink it, but here the mix is pure nectar. Long live Dread Zeppelin. 5,000,000 out of 10.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. G. Saunders on 19 Feb 2012
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Dread Zeppelin. are they the Marmite spread of the music world, you can love them or hate them..I think they are very clever almost brilliant the way they do it can you imagine a Led Zep tribute band mixing in reggae with a singer that sounds like Elvis . hard to think or imagine but it works these guys rock, they are all very good musicians.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 Feb 2002
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Many people thought that this follow up to their debut 'un-leded' was a major disappointment.While I acknowledge the magnificence of their debut(its actually tort's favourite),5000,000 shows the boys spreading their wings producing reworkings of zep numbers ,as well as their own compositions.With the exception of 'nobody's fault but mine', I think Dreads own songs are the best tracks on the album.'do the claw' and 'big ol'gold belt' are instant classics and still live favourites.This album confirms what a tremendous band were and remain to this day.Check out 'dejah voodoo' to confirm how the band have continued to develop creatively, producing innovative,cutting edge music.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A lot of Zep fans are too uptight to like this. 21 April 2004
By triangletown - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Robert Plant isn't one of them. He's a Dreadzep fan.
When listening to this CD, I remember seeing them on tour for this CD and how damn entertaining they were. All good comedy has to be rooted in truth or talent, and Dread Zeppelin shows both. There are some levels that are just above some people's heads (and they remark about the supposed sacrilegious nature of it all on this page). 5,000,000 is clever from the very beginning, and though is not a strong album throughout, has some brilliant moments and some great guitar playing.
The cover shows Charlie Haj-the man who gives Tortelvis his towels and water on stage-in a parody of Led Zeppelin IV's cover, except Charlie has pool sticks, a swimming pool net, and a paint roller on his back. And towels. The opening song samples the announcer from the original Hindenburg crash ("Oh the humanity"), which of course is on the cover of Led Zeppelin I. But you have to pay attention in school to know about it.
Close listens will reveal at the end of Stairway to Heaven, that Tortelvis has promised Fresh Cheese a solo performance, which he performs...on the xylophone. Their cover of Bob Marley's Stir It Up, perhaps the best song on the CD, features a hilarious drivethru order ("Spicy bean burgers. Do you make those here? Spicy bean burgers?") and ends with more Zeppelin inside humor. Because Stir It Up is really an Elvis take on food, the Zeppelin riff is from The Lemon Song. You have to know the Lemon Song riff to get the joke at the end ("While you're at it why don't you squeeze me some of those lemons and make me some lemonade. Ha, look, you got it all over your leg, Charlie").
So back to the show. I had a friend who was really uptight Zeppelin fan, and he sat at the back of the club while we were up front having a blast. He finally came up for the end of the show, where Dread Zeppelin did Stairway to Heaven. As Tortelvis makes his way up to the microphone in a pretentious way to start the song, Ed Zeppelin jumps in and starts singing the first verse. And the crowd went wild.
And then Carl Jah comes out for the amazing solo. It's much the same on the CD, some very fluid and fulfilling guitar playing, and my friend's skepticism washed away when Jah stopped the fun and foolery and just nailed Page's guitar solo, perhaps the most famous in the history of rock and roll. Surely people's humor is different. But the gist might be whether you really love Zeppelin for yourself, and not just what other people think of you, and whether you can really let go and have some fun.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Funny, original, and well played. 24 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
They have taken songs that have been played by thousands of bar bands and gave them a new fresh sound. It's best not to give too much thought to the concept of a Elvis impersonator fronted band doing Led Zeppelin songs in a reggae style. Just listen to it. The originals they have scattered through the albmum are really good also. Who hasn't wondered about Elvis in his Vegas years and that "Big Ol Gold Belt".
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Oh, the humanity! 22 Feb 2005
By Johnny Heering - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Dread's second album is not quite as good as their first, but it's still damn funny. While their first album consisted almost entirely of Led Zeppelin songs (a couple of songs were Zep/Elvis medleys), this time around only about half the songs are Zeppelin songs. They do some original songs that are quite funny (although "Forgetting About Business Parts 1 & 2" aren't really songs, with Part 1 being an intro of the band and part 2 being a "dub" collage of various sounds from the album). The band also does it's first Bob Marley song, "Stir It Up", which is one of the highlights. "The Train Kept A-Rollin'" is an old Johnny Burnette song that Led Zeppelin often performed in concert, and it's another highlight here. Oh, the Zeppelin songs are good, too. If you are a fan of Led Zeppelin who doesn't take Zeppelin too seriously, you will probably enjoy this album.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
........and a small diet cola. 13 May 2004
By John Candy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Amazing, simply amazing. When I first heard this 12 years ago I was instantly hooked. Big ol' gold belt, Do the claw, and especially Stir it up are downright hilarious. Even after all these years and playing this time after time, it's still funny. But even more amazing is the fact that this was ONE TIGHT BAND. Brilliant guitars, loud drums, and incredible production tells you these guys are a serious band. I may not win a lot of popularity contests for saying this, but, with the exception of "Nobody's Fault" I like their versions of the Zep songs better. Yeah, you read right. And their "Train kept a rollin" blows Aerosmith away. Just remember that everybody is entitled to their own opinion. LONG LIVE TORTELVIS
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
AWESOME!! 19 April 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Tort Elvis is the lead singer for Dread he is stunning as an Elvis Impersonator. The Band is a scream with Charlie Haj as Torts assistant. The Reggae influence adds a nice twist to old renditions of Elvis songs and Zeppelin tunes. GET THEM ALL!!!
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