We’re back to discuss the second half of the Led Zeppelin discography as we pick our Best & Worst tracks from each album.
Led Zeppelin’s career from 1974-1982 was a period of great success, with the band releasing some of their most iconic albums, including Physical Graffiti, Presence, and In Through the Out Door. They also toured extensively during this time, playing to sold-out crowds around the world.
However, the band’s success was not without its challenges. In 1977, drummer John Bonham died suddenly, leaving the band devastated. They eventually regrouped and released one more album, Coda, in 1982, but they never fully recovered from Bonham’s death. The band disbanded in 1980.
In this episode we each pick what we think is the best song and worst song from each album during this period. Will we agree? Will we argue? You’ll have to listen to find out! Let us know what YOUR best and worst songs are for each of these albums in the comments section!
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