Led Zeppelin (Remastered) - Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin (Remastered)

Led Zeppelin

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1969-01-12
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

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


Title Artist Time
Good Times Bad Times Led Zeppelin 2:46 USD 1.29
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You Led Zeppelin 6:42 USD 1.29
You Shook Me Led Zeppelin 6:28 USD 1.29
Dazed and Confused Led Zeppelin 6:28 USD 1.29
Your Time Is Gonna Come Led Zeppelin 4:34 USD 1.29
Black Mountain Side Led Zeppelin 2:12 USD 1.29
Communication Breakdown Led Zeppelin 2:30 USD 1.29
I Can't Quit You Baby Led Zeppelin 4:42 USD 1.29
How Many More Times Led Zeppelin 8:27 USD 1.29


  • So Cool. Every review is a 5 star. And well deserved.

    By cheesy97412hotmail.com
    Talk about a killer debut album. Hello. if this 1969 debut album from Zepplin isn't epic, I dont know what is. Too many song to mention, but, good times, bad times, all i have to say.and then there was Zeppline II, come on. Wished i could have saw them live ! Long live L.D. and this album, along with at least 3 or 4 of there others. So 60's and 70's for sure, I fyou didn't know what rock n' roll was then, u certaintly knew after these 4 blokes blew the roof of the rock n rolll scence.
  • Auditory Narcotics

    By MusicCityAndy
    Try not to overdose on this initial collaboration by the greatest rock musicians ever to take the stage. Everybody knows about the creative genius of Page as well as his pioneering guitar style, Plant’s skyscraping vocals, and Bonham’s howitzeresque power and precision on drums. But I am of the mind that John Paul Jones is the greatest rock bassist of all time as well. Hard Rock gets no better than these four. And it has rarely been as good from any other source.
  • I don’t know

    By Julito21
    I don’t know why I still buying albums on iTunes when I have a premium subscription with Spotify, but Zeppelin is Zeppelin.
  • Wish I had the vinyl

    By md.bilski
    I just bought Led Zeppelin 1, 2, 3 because, oh well, you know. The recordings are very low fidelity.
  • Ar

    By ereeeswerwrz
  • A Historic Beginning

    By Black Biscuit
    Led Zeppelin exploded onto the rock and roll music scene in 1969, carried aloft by the hard charging, relentless blues power of their first album. All of the sounds and skills that would come to define rock's greatest band trace their roots to this album, which is a cry from the soul of four virtuoso musicians preparing to embark on a conquest of the world.
  • The start of hard rock

    By Megadethfan18
    This band's first album proves to be one of the greatest albums
  • Listening to "Babe I'm leaving you" right now

    By Dude with the shades
    Definitely my favorite album out of all of there albums. My favorite band as well too bad rap and country is the only thing people listen to
  • Song remains the same!

    By Fantomwatchman
    For our listening pleasure, Jimmy Page has decided to remaster the Led Zeppelin catalog, beginning back in 2014 with the first three albums, all being released, on June 3rd. Page has also dug through his archives and included an extra disc of bonus material for each album. I'm glad he did, because I've been meaning to replace my scratched-up, worn-out CD for awhile now, and a nice new remaster hits the spot. Out of the three, Zeppelin I probably has the widest appeal, and may end up being the most sought-after. For one, it has some of the most popular, well-known, revered songs of Zeppelin's career, including "Good Times, Bad Times," "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You," "Dazed and Confused," and "Communication Breakdown," among others. I don't know any Zep fan who has anything but praise for these classics, and the rest of the album, too, for that matter. These four men, Plant, Page, Jones, and Bonham, had a truly special kind of magic than shines through on this album, which has to be up there as one of the greatest debut albums ever, regardless of genre. I'm entirely pleased with the remaster, and I'm sure it's going to get worn out in short order. As good as the album is, the real treat of this deluxe edition is the bonus disc. For many years, audio of Zeppelin's 1969 show in Paris has been floating around, and was considered a treasured chronicle of the band in its early days. Now, Page has decided to release it officially, and the sound is fantastic. I've been listening to it up against the sound of the older bootleg, and I think it's far superior. It's way more listenable, cleaning up much of the noise and muddiness from what's been available up to now. The drums are much improved, with a far more clear snare sound and the cymbals way more under control. Plant's voice is more even in spots, correcting some of the faded vocals from the old audio. The remaster for Zeppelin II and III both have studio rough cuts, backing tracks, and alternate takes, which are great for the rabid Zeppelin fanatic, but the average fan will probably appreciate this deluxe edition the most, with the classic debut album and a brilliant live show from a young, hungry Zep from '69. This is a great job by Page, and a good time to replace your old copy of Led Zeppelin I.
  • Great

    By Kipdw
    One of the best ever