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  • Audio CD (4 Feb. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0000787GW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 152,597 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Good Times, Bad Times
2. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
3. Dazed And Confused
4. Communication Breakdown
5. Whole Lotta Love
6. What Is And What Should Never Be
7. Immigrant Song
8. Since I've Been Loving You
9. Black Dog
10. Rock And Roll
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Disc: 2
1. The Song Remains The Same
2. No Quarter
3. Houses Of The Holy
4. Trampled Underfoot
5. Kashmir
6. Ten Years Gone
7. Achillies Last Stand
8. Nobody's Fault But Mine
9. All My Love
10. In The Evening

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I really love this Zep compilation album. I totally disagree with the reviewer before me who said the song choice was crap. With classics like Kashmir, Houses of the Holy, Whole Lotta Love, Stairway to Heaven and my personal favourites - All of My Love and Ten Years Gone, the reviewer possibly got confused with another band!!?? Considering that a compilation album can only have a certain number of songs, I think they chose a good selection. Highly recommended!
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By I. Bullen VINE VOICE on 21 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a masterly introduction to the Led Zeppelin legacy. If you don’t own any albums by them then this will serve as an excellent taster. It’s not the definitive Zep collection, that distinction belongs to the mighty Remasters, but if your budget is limited then this is well worth getting as it contains all the classic Led Zep tracks plus a number of lesser-known tracks guaranteed to have you buying up (most of) the back catalogue as soon as possible.
So what do you get in addition to Stairway To Heaven? Well from the early days, we get 4 tracks from Led Zep 1 for starters, including the incendiary primal blues rock of ‘Babe I’m Gonna Leave You’ and ‘Dazed And Confused’. Led Zep 2 is strangely under-represented, the obligatory ‘Whole Lotta Love’ (classic Top Of The Pops theme, pop-pickers) is joined only by ‘What Is And What Should Never Be’. Similarly, Led Zep 3 also only gets two tracks (although given its lack of popularity compared to the albums released either side of it this is less surprising). This is my only gripe with the album really – surely the likes of ‘Heartbreaker’ and ‘Bring It On Home’ (from ‘2’) and ‘Gallows Pole’ and ‘That’s The Way’ (from ‘3) could have been squeezed on there (particularly as Led Zep 4, or whatever you want to call it, has 5 of its 8 tracks on display).
The Latter Days features a good selection of tracks, too. I was particularly pleased to see ‘No Quarter’ from the ‘Houses Of The Holy’ album as well as ‘Trampled Underfoot’ from ‘Physical Graffiti’ for which this album served to remind just how good that particular track is.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MikeyRed on 6 Mar. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I give this 1 star to draw attention to the review - I would definitely give this 5 stars normally for quality of sound and content but be warned that it is produced in Germany and is copy protected which will mean you can play it with no problems on any machine other than you PC with Windows 7 or later. I could not understand at first why it played so well in the car but not on my PC. Did some research and apparently Warner label does not use something called the Redbook system and on anything produced in Europe they put this copy protect code on the disk which makes it hiss and sound distorted like your speakers have blown. There is no way around it, even using another player because it recognises that is has recording capabilities.

As I have (typically) only the PC as a Hi-Fi in my home it is no good to me unless I want to sit in the car or buy a Hi-Fi to listen. If you have that and do not want to listen to it on your PC - Great Purchase and great value. I would have liked to exchange it for another without copy protected (EU) but Amazon will only exchange like for like.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jason Parkes #1 HALL OF FAME on 8 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
'Early Days & Latter Days' is a pretty fine introduction to one of the all time greats, though it's not that different to 1990s double-set 'Best of' that accompanied the great 4-disc box-set (which is an even better introduction to the band!). This compilation takes in most of Zep's back catalogue- though nothing from the BBC Sessions double-set, nought from the bloated Song Remains the Same live collection (a good thing), nothing from so-so outtakes album 'Coda' (I'd have liked to have seen 'Ozone Baby' included) & sadly no 'Travelling Riverside Blues' or 'Hey Hey What Can I Do' - which popped up on the boxset (otherwise unavailable elsewhere).
We get four tracks from 69's debut album: the brief joys of 'Good Times Bad Times ' & 'Communication Breakdown'- that latter having a primal spirit more akin to harsh punk than the hippy era. The cover of Joan Baez's 'Babe I'm Gonna Leave You' is inspired, taking in the acoustic part of Led Zep that people tend to overlook (it's all hammers & snappers & satan. Yawn...)Nice to hear a relatively short 'Dazed & Confused'- which doesn't go on for half a decade like it does on 'The Song Remains the Same'...Their second album was recorded 'on the hoof' & remains one of the classic rock albums, the Zep just up for it, bigtime. Surprisingly we get just two tracks from an album that should be owned by everyone- the overfamiliar 'Whole Lotta Love' (don't mean it's not great- see my comments on LZ4 material)& one of my fave's: 'What is & What Should Never Be'. Don't know how they could have passed over the joys of Thank You, Ramble On & Bring it on Home though...I think their third album is another great release, though its largely acoustic joys are passed over for the huge Immigrant Song & the epic blues of Since I've Been Loving You.
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