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Led Zeppelin IV (aka ZOSO) Original recording remastered


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Led Zeppelin IV (aka ZOSO) + Houses of the Holy (Deluxe Remastered Edition) + Led Zeppelin II (Deluxe Remastered Edition CD)
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Aug. 30 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B000002J09
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (679 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,599 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Black dog
2. Rock 'n' roll
3. Battle of Evermore
4. Stairway to Heaven
5. Misty mountain hop
6. Four sticks
7. Going to California
8. When the levee breaks

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The acknowledged classic in their catalog, "Zoso" is also the album in which Robert Plant's mystical concerns took center stage on The Battle of Evermore; Stairway to Heaven , and the lighthearted Misty Mountain Hop . But Stairway aside, the album's real highlight is the downright scary When the Levee Breaks ; blues-rock never got better than this. From 1971.

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Also known as the "rune" album because of the medieval symbols adorning its cover, Led Zeppelin's fourth album, released in 1971, turned them from mere superstars into giant behemoths of the rock world. On tracks like "Black Dog", "Misty Mountain Hop", and "Rock and Roll", the combination of Robert Plant's banshee wails and Jimmy Page's frenetic guitar playing forever altered the stylistic bent of hard rock music. And the foreboding "When the Levee Breaks" demonstrated that Zeppelin could indeed play the blues fairly straight if they so desired. Still, everything here ultimately took a back seat to the album's (and, ultimately, the band's) magnum opus--the expertly constructed and deftly executed classic, "Stairway to Heaven". --Billy Altman

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bootsy Bass TOP 500 REVIEWER on Oct. 30 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is probably the best selling Led Zeppelin album over. Its filled with Great and Classic songs from Black Dog to When The Levee Breaks and of course includes the song Zep is most known for with people who don't really know Led Zeppelin, Stairway To Heaven.
The re mastering is superb. Everything in the background is made clearer and I literally hear things in the tracks that I have never heard before.....and I have listened to this music a lot!
The bonus tracks are the icing on the cake for the Zep fan. Though there is nothing new...as in new songs....its great to hear alternate mixes and different versions of songs we all know so well.
I can not wait for the next spate of releases with Physical Graffiti being my all time favourite Zep album the anticipation of that release gets my body tingling.
Great job JP.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Frances on July 1 2004
Format: Audio CD
I have a close, intimate bond with Zeppelin IV... And not just because the old man on the cover carrying sticks is DEAD sexy, but because it is the only vinyl record I have ALL my own, and also because I didn't have to pay money for it.
Zeppelin IV starts out with "Black Dog." EVERYONE knows "Black Dog"... Even my MOM knows "Black Dog," and she listens to Emmylou Harris and Dolly Parton, of all people. Anyways, if you DON'T know this song, it's all about splendiferous guitar riffs by Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant does some awesome vocals, even if 50% are just him going "OH YEAH, OH YEAH, OH, OH, OH!" Apparently, Zeppelin named this song "Black Dog" because when they were recording Zeppelin IV in the studio, a black dog kept running in and out. That was your Fun Zeppelin Fact for the day.
The next lovely, lovely song is ROOOOOOOCK AND ROOOOOOOLLLLL! This is one of THE coolest songs in the history of mankind. Every die-hard Zeppelin fan is aware of the awesome power of this song, and how it makes everyone want to dance around and play humiliating air guitar. I, however, do not do this... Ask any of my remaining friends.
"Battle of Evermore" is like one of those "Dance around the Maypole" kind of songs, but it's been grooved-up TO THE MAX. I personally love it, but some people say they don't get it. Those people should be lined up and shot.
"Stairway to Heaven" is so awesome is needs to be put on an entirely different paragraph. The only sad thing about this song is that 70's and 80's radio slaughtered it by playing incessantly 5 times an hour for two decades. The acoustic guitar intro riff is so famous, and every beginning male guitar student wants to learn it, so they can brag about it to girls who like Led Zeppelin. However, my favourite part has got to be the solo.
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
New vers - released end-Oct 2014.
Absolutely sonically amazing
Throw out your old vers - including that precious vinyl - this is the new benchmark.
Crisp - sharp - cowbells! - excellent imaging - you will be lost in the time and place.
Do it - do it now - buy it - you know you need yet another copy - it will be your best copy.
The drums... ohhhhh the drums!
Crank it up - teach the kids what rock & roll was once like.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LC9000 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Oct. 30 2014
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
As stated in other reviews. The extra tracks on the deluxe version aren't for anyone who isn't a "Zep Head". The packaging is great...as it's been on all the reissues so far. The general sound of the remaster. Well, depending on who you ask, there's lots who love it and many who don't. But, it's nice to hear it on 180g virgin vinyl. I happen to have an original in mint shape and now this reissue. They are fairly comparable. The original has a touch more lows in it and is slightly more dynamic and the new one has more highs in it and is a touch more controlled...there that's it. If you want it on vinyl it shouldn't disappoint.

Except...here's my issues...and I did return it (amazon...thank you thank you thank you for having a great return policy!). The entire side one was plagued with clicks and pops (like every 3 seconds). I did all the due diligence for cleaning it etc.. but the 2nd side was crystal clear in comparison. Also, my copy had a warp in it...it's 180g and expensive. Unforgivable. Here's where things get slightly complicated.

After playing my new copy of HOTH...you can probably find my review of it as well...and finding something wrong with it as well (I mean c'mon guys the first three albums were spotless) I ended up looking for the other pressing from Europe (I found some threads online about them). It's on the way right now (also purchased through Amazon...you guys rock!). I'll let you know how it turns out.
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I am a long time Zep fan since their formation.

I Purchased these (Super Deluxe Edition Box Sets) for the 70 page hardcover book that comes with the package(s)

and the bonus tracks on the companion disc.

I suspect the Super Deluxe Edition Box Sets are for hardcore Zep fans and collectors, as long time Zep fans would already

own the vinyl, the tapes, the CD'S and/or box sets that have been released over the years since 1969.

The photos in the book aren't the best Zeppelin photos... they seem to be from personal collections.

And there are also articles and reviews from the time period of the release of that album as well as scanned copies of contracts

for live appearances and studio time and inter "office" memos.

For the new or casual fan or one who goes to a concert disappointed because it didn't sound like the album,

I would suggest the single disc Remastered Original CD.

If you would like alternate tracks as well then purchase the Deluxe Edition CD.
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