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This is amazing...I've never seen soo much fail in one post...

Led was simply a band who discovered distortion and Muddy Waters about the same time. I like Zepplin. I really do.

But they are not in the same stratosphere as the Beatles.

Look at the Beatles as individuals. Paul, John and George, ALONE, are amazing singer songwriters. Not only that, but EACH were commercially successful. Ringo had a couple of hits but hey that's Ringo.

Now, add them all together and you have simply the most influential band of the last century and proly this one.

The things they did along with Sir George Martin will be studied and looked up for eons.

They were so good they relased an album with...NO NAME..

Imitation is the highest form of flattery. The rerecordings of their songs are just crazy endless.

Simply no contest.

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If I could type in caps lock, I would bold and caps lock....

Best band of all time, no question.

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Led was simply a band who discovered distortion and Muddy Waters about the same time. I like Zepplin. I really do.

But they are not in the same stratosphere as the Beatles.

Look at the Beatles as individuals. Paul, John and George, ALONE, are amazing singer songwriters. Not only that, but EACH were commercially successful. Ringo had a couple of hits but hey that's Ringo.

Now, add them all together and you have simply the most influential band of the last century and proly this one.

The things they did along with Sir George Martin will be studied and looked up for eons.

They were so good they relased an album with...NO NAME..

Imitation is the highest form of flattery. The rerecordings of their songs are just crazy endless.

Simply no contest.

I disagree completely, but you have your opinion and I have mine.

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Led was simply a band who discovered distortion and Muddy Waters about the same time. I like Zepplin. I really do.

But they are not in the same stratosphere as the Beatles.

Look at the Beatles as individuals. Paul, John and George, ALONE, are amazing singer songwriters. Not only that, but EACH were commercially successful. Ringo had a couple of hits but hey that's Ringo.

Now, add them all together and you have simply the most influential band of the last century and proly this one.

The things they did along with Sir George Martin will be studied and looked up for eons.

They were so good they relased an album with...NO NAME..

Imitation is the highest form of flattery. The rerecordings of their songs are just crazy endless.

Simply no contest.

Add in Tolkien and hobby black magic and you're spot on. I love LZ, love them but I do see them for what they were/are.

Hell, one of the highlights of my concert watchin' days was seeing Jimmy play with the Black Crowes.

And the Beatles completely revolutionized pop music, from construction to conception and everything in between. If you don't like them, you have to at least respect them.

And George Harrison still gets the shaft today sadly.

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And Zeppelin = Best Blues cover band ever

I'll take blues over bubblegum any day...

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Add in Tolkien and hobby black magic and you're spot on. I love LZ, love them but I do see them for what they were/are.

Hell, one of the highlights of my concert watchin' days was seeing Jimmy play with the Black Crowes.

And the Beatles completely revolutionized pop music, from construction to conception and everything in between. If you don't like them, you have to at least respect them.

And George Harrison still gets the shaft today sadly.

I don't really like the Black Crowes, but i saw this too in Raleigh because i figured it was the closest thing to seeing LZ live and it was awesome. BC did a great job. One of the best shows I've seen.

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