For a decade Led Zeppelin dominated the music scene. The brilliant musicianship of the four members allowed the band to innovate and delve into a dizzying amount of musical genres without fear of reprisals from their fans or a loss of musical quality. With such a legacy behind them, it is often surprising that the band only had eight albums since their mark on music seems to indicate so much more. With that in mind however, it is often difficult to attempt to weigh up and compare the albums to each other due to the mind boggling differences between them all. Is the beautiful folk rock of Led Zeppelin III as good as the sprawling epic that is Physical Graffiti? Does the simple direct blues rock affair of Led Zeppelin surpass the genre-hopping Houses of the Holy? Read on, and find out... By the way, Coda does not count, as it was a compilation. Just so you know.
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