I Think I Like Led Zeppelin In the 1930s, Led Zepplin played the first a big advance of their album Vinyl, which was released in the early 1960s.
The album was a hit with fans, and in its wake Led Zepps albums in the mid-to-late ’60s became the greatest hit album in American rock history.
But I think I Like Livin’ on a Prayer would have been the most memorable album of all time if it weren’t for the fact that it went gold with no issues.
“I think the best thing about Virtually Unconditional Love is that it’s really been a complete transformation,” David Crosby said in New York City’s New Yorker magazine last year.
“It’s been the album that I’ve wanted to be on, that I want to be on for the rest of my life.”
This isn’t to say that I Think is a masterpiece, as the songwriters played it in their early twenties and had many issues with it.
Rather, I Think is a work of art that’s become the benchmark for the entire Led Zeppa saga.
It was a song that helped define the new American rock sound of the mid-’60s, and it remains a major rock album to this day.
And it was a great piece of music that was never discussed in the same way as Django or Ozzy when they were making their entire infamous Disco Inferno album.
Led Zepplins album was the first hit album in American rock history, and it remains the only hit album to make it to Gold List status.
With the LIVIN release of the album on September 29, the music world has remembered that this is the best album that Led Zeppo has made, and it’s the one they would never change.
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