Houses of the Holy (Remastered) - Led Zeppelin

Houses of the Holy (Remastered)

Led Zeppelin

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1973-03-28
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • ℗ 1973 Atlantic Recording Corporation, a Warner Music Group Company. Marketed by Rhino E

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
The Song Remains the Same Led Zeppelin 5:29 USD 1.29
2
The Rain Song Led Zeppelin 7:39 USD 1.29
3
Over the Hills and Far Away Led Zeppelin 4:50 USD 1.29
4
The Crunge Led Zeppelin 3:17 USD 1.29
5
Dancing Days Led Zeppelin 3:43 USD 1.29
6
D'yer Mak'er Led Zeppelin 4:22 USD 1.29
7
No Quarter Led Zeppelin 7:02 USD 1.29
8
The Ocean Led Zeppelin 4:31 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Funny thng thing is, not one review less then 5 stars, Love it !

    5
    By cheesy97412hotmail.com
    69' to 73', forget bout' it ! There whole career, really. The songs, albums are second to none. At a time when The Who, Kinks, Stones, doors and other classics. Zep Led the the way ! You can talk concept alblum, or you can just talke all time Greats. Funny how houses of Holy song didn't even make it on this ablum, and ended up on physical Graffitti. Stack these guys up with anyone when it comes to first to 5th, and tell me anyone's else's first 5 where better then these guys. Long live Zepp
  • My favorite Led Zep album

    5
    By alexthemusicman7
    Some may put The Fourth Album as their best, or maybe even LZ1 or 2, but Houses of the Holy is truly their best, along with Physical Graffiti. Why? Because they experiment with different genres, From funk to reggae to acoustic to even their style of hard rock. Let’s rank their songs The song remains the same- Very good, even with Plant’s helium vocals. 8.0/10 The rain song- a depressing, boring song IMO but still, not bad- 6.9/10 Over the Hills and Far Away- no wonder it’s played frequently on classic rock stations like WXRD 103.9, it’s just so good!- 9.4/10 The Crunge- surprisingly enjoyable, despite what other fans say. Hilarious!- 8.2/10 Dancing days- a rather good tune. :)- 8.8/10 Dyer maker-my favorite song off this album because, you know, it’s fun!- 9.8/10 No quarter- it’s good it’s good it’s good- 7.3/10 The ocean- see “The song remains the same”. 9.2/10 So, good album. 9.9/10
  • Led Zeppelin

    5
    By Zudjnfhhdm
    This band is God
  • What a ride!

    5
    By The Rocker XXX
    Classic songs. A true masterpiece.
  • 5 stars is not enough...

    5
    By Mrlespaul
    What a musical masterpiece. Zep had always incorporated various music influences in their music but this album really was a sonic adventure that only they could deliver…just listen with headphones, close your eyes, and let yourself go…you won’t regret it. This and II are their best albums. It also my opinion that Page’s greatest riff is the one in “No Quarter”. Just my two cents.
  • Timeless!

    5
    By broryrybro
    This Zep classic transcends time. An absolute masterpiece! Up The Irons!
  • Amazing

    5
    By Basketball441
    Buy on cd, Vinyl, and audio
  • Brilliance! Shear Brilliance!!

    5
    By earseneau
    I have had this album in all forms from 8 track to cassette; vinyl of course, to CD. aND, Now, I own it in all its resplendent digital glory. This album plays like a fairy tale! There is nothing here that isn't worthy of timeless admiration. I've listened to this album ever since I first heard it play on the radio back in '73 (I was 10) and it still evokes a deep emotional response, every time. The Rain Song, literally, makes me cry. What beautiful wizardry these Zeppelin boys were into. Look, I can't say it enough.....BUY THIS ALBUM!!!!!
  • One of the Greatest Albums Ever

    5
    By RussDaRulah
    nuff said
  • Awesome record

    5
    By Starlord123456
    This record is AMAZING AS HELL I JUST LIKE IT SO MUCH. The ocean is a great drum song to play too

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