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The Legendary Ludwig "Hot Mix" of Led Zeppelin II

Surprised this hasn't been asked yet, but what is the difference between a copy of Zep II with just "RL" in the deadwax on both sides, "RL SS" on one side with just "RL" ...
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Did the members of Led Zeppelin have "known" nicknames?

I've heard and read (online) many different "Nickname" references for the members of Zeppelin, but I question the accuracy of these sources. I thought I'd ask the experts.
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Great 21st century bands worth listening to?

Can anyone recommend any good (present) rock bands of the like of Tame Impala, Muse, The Heavy, and the Rival Sons? These are the only 21st century bands that I listen to regularly. Other bands to ...
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Is the guitar riff from the chorus of The Rover used in any other songs?

Listening to Led Zeppelin's The Rover for the first time, I thought I recognized the guitar riff from the chorus, but I don't know where else I could have heard it. Are there any songs that sample ...
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How did Led Zeppelin get their name?

How did Led Zeppelin get their name? Was it something they just came up with together, or was it based off of something else?
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Led Zeppelin's "Ain't no need to hide" [closed]

A few years ago, I was listening to several old records when suddently, I heard something that reminded me the song How Many More Times by Led Zeppelin. The exact moment was when Plant says "Ain't no ...
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Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" origin

I recently found this band that plays Jewish folk songs or uses motives from them in their own material. They're called Black Ox Orkestrar. One of their songs called "Tsvey Tabelakh" seemed very ...
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Why does Led Zeppelin have such a significant place in the rock'n'roll pantheon? [closed]

Led Zeppelin is widely considered to be one of the greatest ever rock'n'roll bands. But it is well known that they stole a lot of material from older acts, particularly black American blues musicians,...
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Is "All of my Love" the main influence on this Tame Impala song titled, Led Zeppelin?

I was listening to one of my favorite bands, Tame Impala and a song of theirs on the album Lonerism titled, Led Zeppelin. Led Zeppelin is already a known influence of Tame Impala's Kevin Parker. ...
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Why do radio stations only play hit songs?

Those hits never used to be hits. It took radio play to become a hit. I’m a huge Led Zeppelin fan and as much as I love Stairway, Black Dog, Whole Lotta Love, etc. I just sometimes get so sick of ...
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60s/70s song, lyrics "Sweet my little baby", possibly Led Zeppelin

The song is very close to what Led Zeppelin sounds like. If it helps I will try to explain what some of the non words sounds sound like with 0 to 10 with 0 being lowest pitch you can commonly find in ...
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Medieval Music that sounds similar to opening of Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin?

I'm looking for medieval music that sounds similar to opening of Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin (the part without lyrics at the start): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oW_7XBrDBAA Here's an ...
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Longest known live version of Dazed and Confused?

At worst this is a finite list, but does anyone know how long the longest known live version of Dazed and Confused ran, and from which date? There are a heck of a lot of bootlegs out there to cull ...