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    Re: Led Zepplin and my teacher

    Why is she not dead?. Have I not trained you well enough in the ways of the force, padawan?
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    Re: Led Zepplin and my teacher

    I love them, so many great songs by them that I love.

    Whole Lotta Love
    Dazed and Confused
    Kashmir

    and of course, Stairway to Heaven :P

    Edit: Actually, I can't think of a song I don't like.

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    Re: Led Zepplin and my teacher

    The bassline of The lemon song is by far one of the hardest rock bass line to learn.
    To anyone who has a bass, learn this song.

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    Re: Led Zepplin and my teacher

    Kashmir, ftfw
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    Re: Led Zepplin and my teacher

    In Grade 10, I had this Asian kid named Michael Cha in a class of mine, and he sat next to me. He had an iPod, and I started looking through his artists one day. I was looking for stuff that I'd like (mostly shit pop-metal stuff <_<) and he had the artist "Led Zeplin" on there. After lol'ing at the spelling, I looked at what songs he had. The only song was House of the Rising Sun, and it wasn't even a cover, it was the original Animals version. I asked him why it was there, and he said it sounded like Led Zeppelin. I laughed for a good while.

    Anyways, I have mixed feelings about Led Zeppelin. For all the good stuff they've released, they've also released an equal amount of music I despise. I like all their untitled albums, but I'm not too fond of their stuff on Houses of the Holy, In Through the Out Door, Physical Graffiti and their other albums. That's not completely true though. Physical Graffiti had Kashmir I guess, and Houses of the Holy was mostly good. It just seemed like the songs from them that I didn't like (Dancying Days, D'yer Maker) were the worst songs I've heard in my life.

    Also, learn to spell Zeppelin before you complain about your teacher not knowing about them <_<
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    Re: Led Zepplin and my teacher

    They are legendary, Stairway To Heaven was pure brilliance. And pretty famous too, your teacher must have been pretty stupid to think they are a video game.

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    Re: Led Zepplin and my teacher

    An infamous gem, "that's the way", really like that song.
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    Re: Led Zepplin and my teacher

    Dazed and Confused, best solo ever. Seriously.

    Propably my favourite band ever, its like a definition of word " awesome ".


 

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