Led Zeppelin ‎– Led Zeppelin

Label:
Atlantic ‎– 8122796641, Atlantic ‎– 8122-79664-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram
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A1 Good Times Bad Times
Written-By – Page*, Bonham*, Jones*
2:46
A2 Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
Arranged By – Page*Written-By – Traditional
6:42
A3 You Shook Me
Written-By – Dixon*
6:28
A4 Dazed And Confused
Written-By – Page*
6:28
B1 Your Time Is Gonna Come
Written-By – Page*, Jones*
4:34
B2 Black Mountain Side
Tabla [Tabla Drums] – Viram JasaniWritten-By – Page*
2:12
B3 Communication Breakdown
Written-By – Page*, Bonham*, Jones*
2:30
B4 I Can't Quit You Baby
Written-By – Dixon*
4:42
B5 How Many More Times
Written-By – Page*, Bonham*, Jones*
8:27

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Front cover has sticker with barcode and following text:
The Classic 1969 Debut Album on 180g Vinyl
Includes Good Times Bad Times & Dazed And Confused
Remastered by Jimmy Page

Back cover:
© 1969 Atlantic Recording Corporation, a Warner Music Group Company.
Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Music Group.
Made in the EU.

Labels:
© 1969 Atlantic Recording Corporation.
℗ 2013 Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Manufactured in Germany.

All selections administered by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) except as indicated:
A2 by Songs Of Polygram International Inc. (BMI) / WB Music Corp. ASCAP
A3 by Arc Music / Hoochie Coochie Music BMI
B4 by Hoochie Coochie Music BMI

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 81227 96641 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 081227966416
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Runout side A, etched): BD 16356-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Runout side A, etched): BD 16356-01 A1 1+Ԑ
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Runout side B, etched): BD 16356-01 B1 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Runout side B, etched): BD 16356-01 B1 B1 XIS
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 499) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
588171 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin(LP, Album, Tur) Atlantic 588171 UK 1969 Sell This Version
MG 0443 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin I(Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial) MG Records (2) MG 0443 Poland Unknown Sell This Version
SD 19126-2 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin(CD, Album) Atlantic SD 19126-2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
40031 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin(LP, Album) Atlantic 40031 Belgium Unknown Sell This Version
CD 19126. Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic CD 19126. Canada 1990 Sell This Version

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leonthepro

leonthepro

December 6, 2017

Having listened to 70s issues, Classic Record copies and the 2014 release I can easily say the Classic wins.
Marknetick

Marknetick

November 20, 2017
edited 22 days ago
A lot of people complain about reissues of old, classic records, and I agree with a few of them. This one, however, is really well done. I think Jimmy Page was part of the job when it came to remastering these albums, so that's probably why. In general, they sound really good. It doesn't just sound as if they lifted the treble and made it louder. It sounds more full, and tighter. It's kind of hard to put my finger on it, but it sounds better in more ways than just one. Of course, I don't have any older pressings of the album, so I can't compare it to them, but the CD and LP remasters of this game-changing record sound a heck of a lot better than the 1994 remaster.
leonthepro

leonthepro

September 14, 2017

So what people talk about when they think this remaster sounds bad is most likely the digital aspect. I myself was expecting this to be a great sounding issue but after listening I felt like it was missing something and still prefererad my older 70s issue. I thought it had a lot of detail with a clean press but for some reason sounded like a CD of sorts. Later I found out that these 2014 reissues are made from a digital source of the original tapes which I reason is why it sounded strange and not as engaging. Im not one to start digital vs analog wars, I think both can be great, but this time without even knowing it I could hear the difference. If you are looking for the best sounding new versions of these albums I hear that the Classic Records releases are a good choice. They are very expensive but are made by people who really care and only do analog pressings. I myself am getting one and doing a blind test to see which I think sounds best between the 70s issue, 2014 remaster and 2007 Classic Records version. In the end its a good record if you dont mind that much but personally I would go for older reissues that are in NM condition over this.
henry.phillpotts

henry.phillpotts

May 14, 2017

My copy of this pressing sounds very good, and is much better than the 80s repress I have. It has plenty of punch in the midrange. No doubt it's not an original, but a good substitute.
psi_athos

psi_athos

November 11, 2016

A powerful debut album by one of the greatest bands ever to walk this earth. I don't own any other versions of this on vinyl, but I think this reissue sounds very good on its own.
johansson7713903

johansson7713903

February 1, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Sound fantastic on the vinyl. This is one of the best metal albums ever!! Experimental and breathe the 60´s and 70´s, but intelligent and amazing still in this days. I think this debut album of Zeppelin. The 180 gram pressing sounds fantastic!
FINrock

FINrock

September 18, 2014
This is my first time when i listen this legendary album. I wait to listen it from new album.
I didn't like it, it was too experimental, sorry! Nothing mind-blowing here!
There is no any really good songs. If i lived in end of 60's maybe....then.....