Led Zeppelin II (Remastered) - Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin II (Remastered)

Led Zeppelin

 Biography
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1969-10-22
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • ℗ 1969 Atlantic Recording Corporation, a Warner Music Group Company. Marketed by Rhino E

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Whole Lotta Love 5:34  
2
What Is and What Should Never 4:46  
3
The Lemon Song 6:19  
4
Thank You 4:49  
5
Heartbreaker 4:14  
6
Living Loving Maid (She's Just 2:39  
7
Ramble On 4:34  
8
Moby Dick 4:20  
9
Bring It On Home 4:19  

Reviews

  • Led 2

    3
    By Seven Cities Blues
    Got this for my 18th birthday.. I think it was a good album for an 18 yr older that did not notice the blues rip offs and studio over production for a band that was better in the studio than live.
  • One thru Nine, One of the Best !

    5
    By cheesy97412hotmail.com
    won't even bother mentioning song titles, Just a great all time classic. Sometimes think of it as a early 70'd album, even though it's from 69. Many great Zeppelin LP'S, but this just might be there best, and that's saying something. A must for any true rock and roll fan. Lastnote, first, and fourth album and houses of the holy ain't to shabby either.
  • Best album by led zep

    5
    By kdvehend
    This is one one of my favorites by Led Zeppelin!
  • Ehh

    3
    By Juliofrank83
    I only like 2 songs on the album, but, hey, that’s how music was back in the day!
  • Sorry, not close to vinyl

    2
    By md.bilski
    I purchased Led Zeppelin 1, 2, 3 here on iTunes , well just because. Bad recording fidelity. 10 bucks, what do you want eh.
  • Led Zeppelin one and two

    5
    By joeb8914
    Two of the greatest albums of all time so many incredible songs can’t say enough
  • Ramble On

    5
    By RobPA63
    One of the best LP ever! Pages guitar is awesome know one does it better.
  • Zeppelin' greatest album

    5
    By Nornart15
    Everyone says IV is Led Zoe's best album but I think that this is truly the feast. The riffs this album has are truly by definition, mind blowing. Every single song on here is good but my favorites are Ramble On, Whole Lotta Love, what is and what should never be and living loving maid. This is an essential even for those remotely into the realm of classic rock.
  • The Album that Defined Hard Rock

    5
    By Black Biscuit
    Nothing could have prepared the world for the raw power of the "Brown Bomber" in October of 1969. Searing guitar riffs, crashing drums and soaring vocals turn this sophomore effort into a greatest hits album by itself. This is a timeless album that fully encapsulates the force, groove and masterful skill of rock and roll's greatest band.
  • Still Relevant 48 years later

    5
    By Gary Jarvis
    I grew up with this. I cut my teeth as a guitarist learning Jimmy Page note-for-note. This music is stuff of legends still to this day. I've never gotten tired of listening and playing Zep tunes.

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