K. Wadehra

"Bass head"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (19 of 22)
Location: London, UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 142,548 - Total Helpful Votes: 19 of 22
The Song Remains The Same ~ Led Zeppelin
The Song Remains The Same ~ Led Zeppelin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Whats not to like, 26 July 2014
I am going to start by saying that the versions of No Quarter and Stairway To Heaven on this live compilation are the best I have heard, with their respective extended solos being absolutely mind blowing. The rest of the songs are amazing too, with some interesting twists, licks, solos and flavours to these live versions of the well known Zeppelin songs.
I have both the 'old' and the remastered versions and the aside from the gripe from some fans about the questionable editing and patching together of songs from the three Madison Square Garden shows, there is no question that these performances capture the band during a time when they were at their peak.
Agreed that these songs… Read more
Led Zeppelin III [Deluxe CD Edition] ~ Led Zeppelin
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Seriously what's going on here with these 'remasters'. Its obviously 5 stars for the phenomenal music on show here, as is the case with most Zeppelin albums, except 'In Through The Outdoor' and 'Coda' (4 and 3 stars respectively), but I am still not sure why these albums had to be remastered again and that too with some questionable retuning on some songs.

I bought the II and III remasters after reading rave reviews on here about the improved sonic quality over the previous remasters and the 'exciting' companion discs. More on that later, but I think its time someone called on the Emperor's New Clothes or rather the lack of it.

Whereas the remastering on II is good, I… Read more
Ghost Stories ~ Coldplay
Ghost Stories ~ Coldplay
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I can't understand people dismissing this album, after just only a few days of its release. Makes you wonder whether these people have actually given some time listening to this album or are just writing it off as a solo Chris Martin 'break up album' because that's what it has to be right?

Well undoubtedly the songs are influenced by what is happening in CM's personal life, but that doesn't take away from the fact that it is a brilliant album with some cracking songs and a refreshing change in direction, which was so desperatley needed in the Coldplay catalogue.

Here's why. In my opinion Coldplay songs have always sounded better with minimal production, as is evident… Read more