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  • Audio CD (25 Aug. 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: ATLANTIC
  • ASIN: B000026C3T
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,235 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Communication Breakdown
  2. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
  3. Good Times Bad Times
  4. Dazed And Confused
  5. Whole Lotta Love
  6. Heartbreaker
  7. Ramble On
  8. Immigrant Song
  9. Celebration Day
  10. Since I've Been Loving You
  11. Black Dog
  12. Rock And Roll
  13. The Battle Of Evermore
  14. Misty Mountain Hop
  15. Stairway To Heaven

Disc: 2

  1. The Song Remains The Same (Digitally Remastered Version)
  2. The Rain Song (Digitally Remastered Version)
  3. D'yer Mak'er (Digitally Remastered Version)
  4. No Quarter
  5. Houses Of The Holy
  6. Kashmir
  7. Trampled Under Foot
  8. Nobody's Fault But Mine
  9. Achilles Last Stand
  10. All My Love
  11. In The Evening

Product Description

Product Description

2cd slimline box-26 tracks ean 075678041525

Amazon.co.uk Review

One of the few truly bigger-than-life rock bands, Led Zeppelin continues to cast a giant shadow over contemporary rock two decades after the group's break-up. The slickly packaged set offers a solid introduction to the band's work, with two discs of remastered, sonically upgraded album tracks, plus a third disc of interviews with surviving band members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones. Hearing all these Zep classics--"Stairway to Heaven", "Whole Lotta Love", "Dazed and Confused", "Rock and Roll", "Kashmir", "Immigrant Song", "Black Dog" "Good Times Bad Times", "Heartbreaker", "Houses of the Holy" and "The Song Remains the Same"--assembled in one package is an impressive testament to the group's pervasive influence. --Scott Schinder

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Format: Audio CD
After the release of this stunning compilation, Jimmy Page must have had mixed feelings... on the one hand, he had personally remastered, and done justice to, all of Zeppelin's greatest tracks, and assembled them into a truly breathtaking line-up.. on the other hand, he had single-handedly made it far too easy for any Zeppelin newby (like myself at the time) to lay their hands on just about every essential Zeppelin track without having to fork out for 5 or 6 albums, hence doing themselves out of a fortune in record sales.
As such, this double album is a steal, as well as being THE definitive collection of Zeppelin classics. Sure, it may be a short cut to an 'instant' Zeppelin collection, but it is not entirely comprehensive, so there is plenty left on other albums to explore. That said, I have never come across a more generously loaded compilation from any other artists, and therefore this album definitely deserves to be described as 'essential'.
I hesistate to say anything about the actual tracks themselves, as just about every one can pretty much speak for itself. What I would say, however, is that anyone who may not have any Zeppelin in their collections would be well advised to buy this particular collection, and that anyone who is looking to simply find out what this group was all about, could do with starting right here.
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This is a supreme greatest hits collection it has to be said, featuring all the famous Zeppelin songs such as "Stairway to Heaven" and "Whole lotta love" but I really do suggest buying all the other albums as they are very cheap these days. By buyingthis, you miss out so many classics songs which couldn't fit on this album such as "When the levee breaks", "Bring it on home" and "Moby dick" are just few examples of what people miss out on by purchasing this album, the latter which proves Bonham was the and still is the greatest rock drummer of all time. You lose the greta feel of all the albums with this so i suggest you buy the DVD and all the albums and discover in the best way possible why Zeppelin were the best band of all time and not many bands have come even close
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After the release of this stunning compilation, Jimmy Page must have had mixed feelings... on the one hand, he had personally remastered, and done justice to, all of Zeppelin's greatest tracks, and assembled them into a truly breathtaking line-up.. on the other hand, he had single-handedly made it far too easy for any Zeppelin newby (like myself at the time) to lay their hands on just about every essential Zeppelin track without having to fork out for 5 or 6 albums, hence doing themselves out of a fortune in record sales.
As such, this double album is a steal, as well as being THE definitive collection of Zeppelin classics. Sure, it may be a short cut to an 'instant' Zeppelin collection, but it is not entirely comprehensive, so there is plenty left on other albums to explore. That said, I have never come across a more generously loaded compilation from any other artists, and therefore this album definitely deserves to be described as 'essential'.
I hesistate to say anything about the actual tracks themselves, as just about every one can pretty much speak for itself. What I would say, however, is that anyone who may not have any Zeppelin in their collections would be well advised to buy this particular collection, and that anyone who is looking to simply find out what this group was all about, could do with starting right here.
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How anyone true Led Zepplin fan can discount this masterpiece of re-engineering as an item that gathers dust on the shelf is beyond me. For anyone who loves their music and has a half decent hi-fi system, this has to be the best re-mastered CD package in music history. Jimmy Page's re-works breathe new life into every track. We can all moan that our favourite Zep track is missing etc. etc. but there is more than enough on here to savour. A classic!
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Strange, the Zeppelin legacy. Nowadays, Zep. are largely regarded as the last true rock dinosaurs whose cartoon excess on tour and on stage cataysed Punk and killed off the 60's. Odd that, as listening to this collection of songs I can't find a SINGLE bloated heavy metal track among them. If Metal spawns from below the waist, Zep music comes from an altogether more sinister and mystic place. Sure, it has balls, and Zep could rock with no peers (Rock & Roll, Black Dog, Immigrant song etc) but there is a restraint and spiritual discomfiture in this music which has more in common with mediaeval troubadour folk than Deep Purple style lumpen metal. Zepplin music is of shadows and needful things, not of MTV.
Tracks like 'No Quarter' are EVERY BIT as chilling as Robert Johnson's timeless recordings : ' The dogs of doom are howlin' more' indeed. 'Gallows pole' is desperate, and 'the Battle of Evermore' is pure Canterbury tales: Gothic, existential disquieting.
There is lyrical conceit for sure (unintentionally Parodied later by bands like Rush) but the sheer magnificence of tracks like 'Kashmir' justify the Homerian timbre of the lyric: ' O Father of the four winds fill my sails..'. Truly inspired by ethnic music at is purest and most spiritual long before Paul Simon made it trendy, Zeps best music draws from a huge variety of sources ALL of them base, ancient, spiritual.
Page's restrained guitar work is more effective than any cranked-up modern metaller can ever be, it's what he doesn't play which says the most.
'the Rain Song' is just plain beautiful, but again the retraint renders the song imploring, unfulfilled, fearful like almost no other modern music.
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