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Led Zeppelin II Original recording remastered

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 12 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B000002J03
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  Vinyl Bound
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (288 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,394 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Whole lotta love
2. What is and what should never be
3. Lemon song
4. Thank you
5. Heartbreaker
6. Livin' lovin' maid (she's just a woman)
7. Ramble on
8. Moby dick
9. Bring it on home

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Recorded while the band was touring America for the first time, II eschewed songwriting finesse for bludgeoning riffs, and thus set the standard for all heavy metal bands to follow. Includes Whole Lotta Love; Heartbreaker; Moby Dick; What Is and What Should Never Be , and more. From 1969.


Led Zeppelin II is an album of Jimmy Page riffs so huge, and John Paul Jones/John Bonham rhythms so deep, that the heavy metal genre this classic helped create has tried for decades to catch up, mostly without success. And no wonder: since II catches the band before they'd headed too far into their ridiculous medieval fancies, this might be as good as Zep would ever be. Regardless, the thunderous "Whole Lotta Love," a Top 5 hit, and "Bring It on Home" are very nearly as fierce and twisted as British white blues would ever get. --David Cantwell

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mac Graham on Nov. 18 2004
Format: Audio CD
What else can be said about Led Zeppelin that hasn't already been repeated time and again? Arguably the greatest band of all time, the combination of John Bonham's/John Paul Jones' driving rhythms, Robert Plant's wailing vocals and Jimmy Page's mastery of the guitar makes Zeppelin the greatest heavy metal band to ever take the stage, and Led Zeppelin II sets the bar for all heavy metal albums that ever came after; almost an unreachable standard.
The music of Led Zeppelin helped to define a generation, and their over-the-top stage presence was absolutely electric. It is always a challenge bringing that type of live energy to the studio, but few accomplished this like Zeppelin. Though it might not be accurate to say that Led Zeppelin II defined the music of the band, as it was constantly changing and evolving, it did reflect the band at their heavy metal purest; before the band began their flirtation with a more medieval sound (a la Stairway to Heaven/Battle of Evermore). Led Zeppelin II represents the band at its hardest and most raw.
The question of the originality and influence of Led Zeppellin as reflected in II is always a heated debate between the belivers and the non-convinced, but in my humble opinion, there is a reason that Zeppelin has earned its reputation. Any fool who even compares a band like Queen or Deep Purple to Zeppelin needs to up the dosage on their medication. These bands, though great, (and favourites of mine), cannot hold a candle to the sheer brilliance of Zeppelin. And with regard to the 'questionable influence' of Zeppelin, one needs to realize that Zeppelin essentially invented the genre which they made famous; they were the original and remain the standard.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By RegF TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 5 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
### NOTE : This review is only for this single CD , Led Zeppelin 2 ordinal remastered CD , 2014 ###

If you are wondering to buy or not to buy???

If you just love the sound of the Japanese SHM-CDs and / or the MOTHERSHIP , CDs.
You will just love these LED ZEPPELIN , 2014 remasters.
As far as the volume level goes , it is smack right in the middle between the amazing sounding 2007 Japanese LED ZEPPELIN SHM-CDs and the MOTHERSHIP volume's.

JIMMY PAGE used the same revolutionary remastering process used by BOB LUDWIG to remaster the 2014 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Box Set CDs.

They are louder , cleaner , clearer than the 1993 / 1994 LED ZEPPELIN remasters versions but not as loud as the MotherShip , versions.

Plant's voice is also more up front in the mix. You hear the incredible clarity of all of the instrument separation in each song.
The drum and bass / keyboard sounds are just mind blowing. PAGE's guitars are crystal clear.

So the LED ZEPPELIN 2014 remasters sound far better than the remastered versions that came out in 1993 / 1994. FAR BETTER!!!
I can truly write this for the 2014 LED ZEPPELIN remastered albums 1 , 3 , 4 and HOUSES OF THE HOLY , as well.

Crank it up and enjoy...You will now not have to raise your stereo volume to ear splitting volumes just to hear more details of this classic LED ZEPPELIN music.

You will never have to buy these CDs , again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Skylar TOP 500 REVIEWER on Aug. 28 2006
Format: Audio CD
(1969)Led Zeppelin II

In`68 Led Zeppelin is a youg band trying to make it.after a deal with Atlantic record is made an album is made the early `69 self-titled and american tour done.The album is on charts and doing well.After a few months Atlantic decides since an album`s on charts and they came back from America its time to make another lp so Zeppelin had to go in studio and write material and all.The album would be called simply `II`.

Songs: My first Zeppelin album has plenty of great songs here`whole lotta love``Heartbreaker``Ramble on``Moby dick` are just a few.The bashed `Lemon song`is pretty good so is Livin loving maid(she`s just a woman).Atlantic wanted to release`Whole lotta love`as a single Zeppelin refused they didnt wanted any singles but Atlantic did it anyway.Some of the greatest Zeppelin material are here every song is good.A must own for Zep fans.I agree with the other rewiewer who said its almost a hit compilation,cause there are so many awesome songs!

Sales for this album did better than their first self-titled album an improvement for future legends guitarist Jimmy Page,Singer Robert Plant,Bassist John Paul Jones and Drummer John Bonham.After this album was done they went back to America touring again.`II`would be released on october 22 1969.

II the second lp has the same bluesy roots as the first did.Songs are great and all...but riffs!Riffs are what you remember from a Led Zeppelin song.Whole lotta love,Heartbreaker all have great riffs.Bonham`s solo on Moby Dick is.. great!For all those who needs a musical change,your kid tired of rap?Show him REAL music.II is one of Zep`s best and is a diamond in rock n roll history BUY IT,STEAL IT BUT OWN IT!!!

Besy year for Zeppelin but it was only a peek of what the 70`s would be like...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "ledfan" on July 13 2004
Format: Audio CD
Man what can I say, amazing CD, been hooked on Led now for 2 or 3 months and every new Zep CD I buy i get addicted too. This is a amazing CD, Starting off with Whole Lotta Love a awesome song for both Plant and Page, the guitar riffs rock, and Pages singing is at its best. Then What is and What Should Never Be, I loved this song its just amazing. Next The Lemon Song, the first part is great, with awesome guitar, the last part isnt too clean though, not a huge deal and i still love this song but not my fav number. Thank You is a great tune, Then Heartbreaker and Living Loving Maid, super songs, again not the cleanest but amazing guitar as always and super singing. Ramble on, again not my fav Zep tune but still great, Then Moby Dick, words cannot explain this song, amazing John Bonham proves he is and was the greatest drummer to live. And lastly Bring It On Home, good song great Plant vocals. To sum it up I would say this is Jimmys CD the guitar riffs are like non other absolutly fabulous.
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