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I always get into arguments because I like most of their albums better than II, something about the production on that album has a "crunchy" quality that I find fatiguing. But strangely, the huge bloated bass of LZ1 doesn't bother me at all.
I'll agree that it does have that quality, but I also like that quality lol. The lack of polish in the mixing and mastering is something I love in lots of music.
 

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I'll agree that it does have that quality, but I also like that quality lol. The lack of polish in the mixing and mastering is something I love in lots of music.
I'm actually curious now if my dislike is anything to do with the EQ on the remasters, maybe I'd like better.
 

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I'm actually curious now if my dislike is anything to do with the EQ on the remasters, maybe I'd like better.
Yeah maybe. The only version I have/have heard is the CD released in like, 95 or whatever lol. And to my knowledge it wasn't a remaster or anything like that
 

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Yeah maybe. The only version I have/have heard is the CD released in like, 95 or whatever lol. And to my knowledge it wasn't a remaster or anything like that
There's essentially three generations of Zeppelin's discography on CD:
  1. These were issued early in the format's life, and without the master tapes (or Jimmy Page's input), but essentially sound like the vinyl records do.
  2. Masters in hand, Jimmy Page remastered most of Led Zeppelin's songs for , and then followed in 1993.
  3. Starting in 2014, Jimmy Page supervised a shiny new remaster for Zeppelin's debut on iTunes/streaming, and in the hugely expensive (Generously, the 1990/1993 remasters are available for streaming also.)
Not to be a know-it-all or anything, this is just one of my hobbies is researching this sort of thing
 

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I could go on ranking my favorite Zep albums, but I am not sure that would be a real list since it changes all the time. When I was younger, I was really into II and IV. But since I have overdone it with those albums, I am mostly in to Physical Graffiti and Houses of the Holy.

I have never really noticed the differing production values between eras of the music, but it will have to be something I look in to in the next few weeks!
 

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St Vincent - “ Pay your way in Pain” because ;)
 

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Listening to my newly created Summertime Jams Playlist! Everything from 2Pac to Beach Boys, from Prince to Spin Doctors and everything in between!
 

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Listened to this on my drive to work

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Got me amped up for this Monday :p
 
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Today feels like a Hemispheres kind of day.

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