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on 23 May 2000
Dread Zeppelin take influences from Elvis, Reggae and the 60s/70s supergroup Led Zeppelin. They were originally a cabaret style comedy act but their album UN-LED-ED was successful beyond all expectations. Try, if you will, to imagine Elvis presley singing along to Led Zeppelin classics with a thumping reggae beat. No? Surprisingly it works well and this is one of those albums that stays in the cd-player forever.
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on 8 February 2000
The Elvis impersonation, the Reggae Guitar, Led Zep/ Elvis crossover is right on my level (that could be taken more than one way). I am a big LZ fan and this should be taken as a complement, dry lifeless cover versions do nothing for me, the delights and imagination within are inspired. Still, it could all just be a night at the pub that went wrong.
This CD definately deserves a few listens, Black/Hound Dog is so cleverly done and whole lotta love has the best intro.
The downside is I think it is a love it or hate it kinda thing, I hope you like it too.
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on 19 August 2010
If you're into Led Zeppelin, are you're open to hearing their music in a different style, then this is it. Dread Zeppelin are very competent musicians and play Led Zep in a reggae style, but that's not all, their vocalist is into Elvis. It's a great mix and it works well. It's very enjoyable and very listenable.
I love Led Zep and it's refreshing to hear their music in a different way.
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on 12 March 2015
Saw these guys doing a showcase gig at Ronnie Scott's when they first came to the UK and enjoyed it big style. As a longterm Elvis and LedZep fan this works on several levels. Ultimately it's just so clever in the way it blends Presley and Zeppelin songs and give them a reggae twist. Bags of fun.
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on 30 October 2014
A timeless classic interpretation of timeless classics!
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on 26 October 2015
Brilliant, forgot how good it was!!
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on 8 February 2015
They are fab
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on 16 July 2014
Greatcd
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