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Time may judge this the worst kind of Led Zep mimicry, but on first listen it generates real excitement. Never mind that Coverdale is a third-rate Robert Plant (particularly as a lyricist). It's enough that the drums do the Stegosaurus stomp, and Page is more in touch with his muse than at any time since Physical Graffiti. "Shake My Tree" is the standout. --Jeff Bateman
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This album is solid all the way through. Some of the best rock riffs I've heard in a while, and one of the best I've ever heard. That riff is "Whisper a Prayer For The Dying". Pure genius. Also, I have nothing against System of a Down, they are actually one of my favorite new bands, but listen to "Whisper a Prayer For The Dying" and then listen to their song "Aerials". I've never heard a more obvious rip-off in my life.
Anyway, check this album out. You WON'T regret it.
Every fan of David Coverdale and Jimmy Page should have this album.
This album has not really gained much attention since its release but it should be of interest to Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple fans.
Jimmy Page turns in a great performance. The guitar work on this album is comparable to Led Zeppelin in their Physical Graffiti period. David Coverdale is a good vocalist; I liked his work with Deep Purple but his work with Whitesnake does nothing for me. He's no Robert Plant but he does a good job on this album.
Bottom line: if you're a Led Zeppelin fan, this album is worth checking out for Jimmy Page's performance.
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This album is just a piece of art. Coverdale suits Page's music quite well, and I don't think the fact that his voice inherently sounding like Plant's is a reason to bash it. Read morePublished on Oct. 16 2009 by Jason A. Martin
This is a GREAT album, very under appreciated. It's better than Zep albums such as Presence and In Through the Out Door, and is probably Page's best work since Physical Grafitti. Read morePublished on May 7 2004 by Kirk Lott
Led Zeppelin was a BAND! A band is a unique GROUP of musicians whose sum is greater than its parts. Read morePublished on April 26 2004
Highly under appreciated one-time joint effort by two of rock's all time great icons.With better marketing,I always believed this CD could've done much better than it did. Read morePublished on April 23 2004 by Mike Reed