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Led Zeppelin — Good Times, Bad Times
Album: Led Zeppelin
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Released: 1969
Length: 2:40
Plays (last 30 days): 1
In the days of my youth
I was told what it means to be a man
And now I've reached that age
I've tried to do all those things the best I can
No matter how I try
I find my way to the same old jam

Good times, bad times, you know I've had my share
When my woman left home for a brown-eyed man
But I still don't seem to care

Sixteen, I fell in love with a girl as sweet as could be
It only took a couple of days 'till she was rid of me
She swore that she would be all mine and love me 'till the end
But when I whispered in her ear, I lost another friend, oh

Good times, bad times, you know I've had my share
When my woman left home for a brown-eyed man
But I still don't seem to care

Good times, bad times, you know I've had my share
When my woman left home for a brown-eyed man
But I still don't seem to care

I know what it means to be alone
I sure do wish I was at home
I don't care what the neighbors say
I'm gonna love you each and every day

You can feel the beat within my heart
Realize, sweet babe, we ain't never gonna part
I feel good when I look into your eyes.
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Led Zeppelin foi uma banda britânica de rock formada em Londres, em 1968. Consistia no guitarrista Jimmy Page, no vocalista Robert Plant, no baixista e tecladista John Paul Jones e no baterista John Bonham. Seu som pesado e violento de guitarra, enraizado no blues e música psicodélica de seus dois primeiros álbuns, é frequentemente reconhecido como um dos fundadores do heavy metal. Seu estilo foi inspirado em uma grande variedade de influências, incluindo a música folk, psicodélica e o blues.
In the days of my youth, and 20 years on, they always overplayed this band. I admire them, liked most of their music (especially when high), but wanted to hear them less. 40+ years later I can finally enjoy them. Only purchased album was Physical Graffiti - was amazing with headphones on and volume cranked (no wonder I'm going deaf) but DONT SING ALONG WHILE WEARING HEADPHONES!!!
 Theotis wrote:
I asked my 8-year-old son to come over to the computer and let me know what he thought of this band I was going to play for him.  I put this song on LOUD.  After the opening two chords, he just looks up to me with the biggest s***-eating grin.  That's my boy!  
 
Nice childrearing...we need MORE kids like yours. LLRP!!
 Punkysoup wrote:
 

LOL! ...Too funny! ......A GREAT tune!
 ronchak wrote:
I – Good Times Bad Times

II – Whole Lotta Love

III – Immigrant Song

IV – Black Dog


Led Zep - Kings of Side 1, Track 1.
 
Can't argue with that!
We're not going to pussy foot and ease you into an album, we'd rather punch in the gut right off the bat, taking no prisoners!
Is there a greater rock song? Is there? IS THERE?
I – Good Times Bad Times

II – Whole Lotta Love

III – Immigrant Song

IV – Black Dog


Led Zep - Kings of Side 1, Track 1.
I asked my 8-year-old son to come over to the computer and let me know what he thought of this band I was going to play for him.  I put this song on LOUD.  After the opening two chords, he just looks up to me with the biggest s***-eating grin.  That's my boy!  
Just listening to this while preparing for The People's Vote March in London tomorrow. Good Times or Bad Times?  Who knows?  We will see.  Thank heavens for music to transform my spirits.  The next track was 'Let the Day Begin' by The Call so 'Here's to all those marching tomorrow'  
 Laptopdog wrote:
Pretty amazing all that amazing music crammed into only a scant 2:40.
 
No doubt!  And a great "intro" track for a band that would become one of the biggest ever.....LLRP!!
Pretty impressive all that amazing music crammed into only a scant 2:40.
Bonham and Jones are ROCKING OUT on this one, baby!
dat bass line tho
 jp33442 wrote:
Over played going to hit the next button
 
Try focusing on the drums...Bonzo was great!  Long Live RP!!
Over played going to hit the next button
 hayduke2 wrote:

Aymen : ) getting into sleazey clubs when you're 17 - 18 and rockin' til sun-up then driving your chopped up Mopar home on empty, cop free highways, bong hits and tall boys greeting the dawn!!!     ah youth
Drink wine. This is life eternal. This is all that youth will give you. It is the season for wine, roses and drunken friends. Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life.”
 

 NickDanger wrote:

I certainly hope not.
 
Right?  I would think that station would be called something like "Radio Nightmare" or "Radio Hell"  
This track is at least a 9, almost a 10, so...what the hell...it's a 10 now....Long Live RP!!
 moocray wrote:
Greatest gaming arcade song of all time. I dare you all to name a better song to play pinball to. Go!
 
Pinball Wizard?
One of my very rare "9"s. How could it possibly be anything less? This song is the epitome of "Classic" rock, standing the 50 year test of time with flying dirigibles.
Greatest gaming arcade song of all time. I dare you all to name a better song to play pinball to. Go!
 DanFHiggins wrote:
I just realized how lucky I am to have grown up when I did!

Nothing in the Rock and Roll catalog compares to the music that was generated in the mid 60's and early 70's 

Quite the crucible of creativity and experimentation

Thank you Lord 
 
Amen. Born at the right time. 
Following up
Carmen Suite No. 2, Habanera
with this...
SPOT ON per usual.
THANK YOU RP!!!
Hey Bill check out Yoyoka, an 8 year old drummer from Japan
 bobcouch wrote:

I totally agree with you. It's a little surprising how many young people (under 30) who I've talked with that agree.
 

Or, you just prefer the music you grew up with.  There is still tons of great music coming out.
 DanFHiggins wrote:
I just realized how lucky I am to have grown up when I did!

Nothing in the Rock and Roll catalog compares to the music that was generated in the mid 60's and early 70's 

Quite the crucible of creativity and experimentation

Thank you Lord 

 
I totally agree with you. It's a little surprising how many young people (under 30) who I've talked with that agree.
 Steely_D wrote:

Yeah, but also Personality Crisis by the NY Dolls

 

Who surprisingly get no love here at Radio Paradise.  Not one single song is played.

Image result for new york dolls
there are few songs that I know of that I will crank to 10 faster than this . LOVE IT  I also rate it a ten  the perfect rock 
 idiot_wind wrote:
Wow...this band sure could use a drummer. 
 
and the countdown begins to see how long it'll take someone to reply in such a way as to confirm they don't realize you're being sarcastic. 

unless you're like my son-in-law (his fav band = Slayer) who says STRAIGHT faced that J.B. was over-rated as a drummer.  UGGG

This one gets a 9 rating from me even if the drumming is only fine.  Long Live RP!!

Wow...this band sure could use a drummer. 
I was 15 when my guitar teacher turned me on to this and it changed my life.
 swart wrote:
Is there a version of Radio Paradise that doesn't play Led Zeppelin? Asking for a friend

 
I certainly hope not.
Is there a version of Radio Paradise that doesn't play Led Zeppelin? Asking for a friend
 agd3 wrote:
Best first song on a first album.  Or bestest!

 
Yeah, but also Personality Crisis by the NY Dolls
                     
 DanFHiggins wrote:
I just realized how lucky I am to have grown up when I did!

Nothing in the Rock and Roll catalog compares to the music that was generated in the mid 60's and early 70's 

Quite the crucible of creativity and experimentation

Thank you Lord 

  idiot_wind wrote:

Dan,

Try to explain that to people under 20, 30, 40, 50 years old.

The poor souls...just don't get it.  

 
Aymen : ) getting into sleazey clubs when you're 17 - 18 and rockin' til sun-up then driving your chopped up Mopar home on empty, cop free highways, bong hits and tall boys greeting the dawn!!!     ah youth
1969. Such a long time ago. ee they don't mek em like they used to.  Them were great times {#Bananajam}
 DanFHiggins wrote:
I just realized how lucky I am to have grown up when I did!

Nothing in the Rock and Roll catalog compares to the music that was generated in the mid 60's and early 70's 

Quite the crucible of creativity and experimentation

Thank you Lord 

 
Dan,

Try to explain that to people under 20, 30, 40, 50 years old.

The poor souls...just don't get it.  
I just realized how lucky I am to have grown up when I did!

Nothing in the Rock and Roll catalog compares to the music that was generated in the mid 60's and early 70's 

Quite the crucible of creativity and experimentation

Thank you Lord 
 agd3 wrote:
Best first song on a first album.  Or bestest!

 
Hard pressed to think of a better one. 
Love Zep! {#Drummer}{#Bananajam}{#Bananapiano}{#Dancingbanana_2}
woahh   Fun segue just now!  both fab songs, too!   go Bill!
 idiot_wind wrote:
Who are these guys? 

I wish they get a decent guitar player and a drummer...like today's bands.

2015 is the bestest year for rock n roll. I read that on somebody's tweet...  

 
I agree that 2015 was indeed a great year for Rock, but I think that the year 2015, has now turned into the beginning of a new era with a new genre of Rock (not just Rock 'n Roll in particular), influenced by 60'as Rock, put together but some talented musicians out there, but on a path quite different from the 70's Rock. We'll see how this one goes.
Best first song on a first album.  Or bestest!
 Propayne wrote:
I mean, listen to that strange rhythm pattern that Bonham chose (or maybe it was Page) to play on this tune.

Very unusual - maybe my fave Zep tune. 

 
Every fill and riff is perfection. 
 Crashdamage wrote:
I remember very clearly when I first heard Led Zep in '69.  I had just turned 16 and was just driving along in my first car, a '55 Ford 2dr sedan.  It had an AM radio of course, but I'd installed an under dash mounted FM stereo radio, to get that new-fangled FM ya know, and couple of 6x9's in the rear package shelf.  Pretty cool for a broke kid in '69. 

Anyway, Good Times, Bad Times actually wasn't the first Led Zep tune I heard.  Like I said, I was driving along and I happened to be listening to a not particularly rock-friendly station when DJ said "I hope you're ready for this" and the first few notes of Dazed & Confused hit me like Bonzo was beating me on the ears.  I just couldn't believe it!  (Especially on this station.)  I pulled on the side of the road and cranked the little FM unit to 11.  I knew rock would never be quite the same, that I had just heard a revolutionary band of incredible power.  The poor DJ came back on and said something like "Well, there you have it, by a group named Led Zepplin, which makes no sense so I guess that's why they call it Dazed and Confused."  He clearly had absolutely no idea the monster he had just turned loose over the airwaves. 

I bought Led Zepplin immediately and wore that sucker out!

 
Awesome story
9>10!  Wheres 11.  Forgot how good this song and album is! 
damn those brown-eyed men!!!
 
Who are these guys? 

I wish they get a decent guitar player and a drummer...like today's bands.

2015 is the bestest year for rock n roll. I read that on somebody's tweet...  
 Crashdamage wrote:
I remember very clearly when I first heard Led Zep in '69.  I had just turned 16 and was just driving along in my first car, a '55 Ford 2dr sedan.  It had an AM radio of course, but I'd installed an under dash mounted FM stereo radio, to get that new-fangled FM ya know, and couple of 6x9's in the rear package shelf.  Pretty cool for a broke kid in '69. 

Anyway, Good Times, Bad Times actually wasn't the first Led Zep tune I heard.  Like I said, I was driving along and I happened to be listening to a not particularly rock-friendly station when DJ said "I hope you're ready for this" and the first few notes of Dazed & Confused hit me like Bonzo was beating me on the ears.  I just couldn't believe it!  (Especially on this station.)  I pulled on the side of the road and cranked the little FM unit to 11.  I knew rock would never be quite the same, that I had just heard a revolutionary band of incredible power.  The poor DJ came back on and said something like "Well, there you have it, by a group named Led Zepplin, which makes no sense so I guess that's why they call it Dazed and Confused."  He clearly had absolutely no idea the monster he had just turned loose over the airwaves. 

I bought Led Zepplin immediately and wore that sucker out!

 
Noice!
I liked Zep back in the day, but there were others I listened to more.  These days, though, I find myself going back to LZ more than any other group of that era.
I remember very clearly when I first heard Led Zep in '69.  I had just turned 16 and was just driving along in my first car, a '55 Ford 2dr sedan.  It had an AM radio of course, but I'd installed an under dash mounted FM stereo radio, to get that new-fangled FM ya know, and couple of 6x9's in the rear package shelf.  Pretty cool for a broke kid in '69. 

Anyway, Good Times, Bad Times actually wasn't the first Led Zep tune I heard.  Like I said, I was driving along and I happened to be listening to a not particularly rock-friendly station when DJ said "I hope you're ready for this" and the first few notes of Dazed & Confused hit me like Bonzo was beating me on the ears.  I just couldn't believe it!  (Especially on this station.)  I pulled on the side of the road and cranked the little FM unit to 11.  I knew rock would never be quite the same, that I had just heard a revolutionary band of incredible power.  The poor DJ came back on and said something like "Well, there you have it, by a group named Led Zepplin, which makes no sense so I guess that's why they call it Dazed and Confused."  He clearly had absolutely no idea the monster he had just turned loose over the airwaves. 

I bought Led Zepplin immediately and wore that sucker out!
this is my fav Zep album by far!
thanks RP!
 coloradojohn wrote:
Yup, THIS WAS THE STUFF, back in the day...and well I remember when I first became aware of Zep — Mom and Dad had taken baby bro and I to a new pizza joint, and a string of loud, hard-rocking songs started to blare from the juke-box stuffed with coins by a long-haired dude working in the heat behind the counter that made my parents and the Manager all squirm and look around with unease and suspicion. As for me, it made me yearn for more of what I'd never heard the likes of... It took me till a while later down the Road of Life to know exactly what it was I'd been turned onto that day, but ever since, and even now, I still feel as if I was born to forever love and worship it!

 
AND YOU'RE STILL ROCKIN' coloradojohn!!!  CHEERS!  (gonna raise a pint to the Spirit of that long-haired dough flipper too!!!) WOO-HOO
I can't begin to count the great albums that came out in 1969.  So glad I was listening hard by then.
Okay maybe only one song...KILLING IT TONIGHT!!!! Listening but signiing off...Glad to be a listener....
 
Yeah Baby!

 
When this album first hit the stores and airwaves, some critics panned it. They had to be deaf as rocks and dumber than dirt. 
Boy oh boy,

These guys sure could use a decent guitar player and drummer and a vocalist.  You know...like Arcadia Fire or Smashing Pumpkins. 
Love to hear more early zep like the lemon song
I mean, listen to that strange rhythm pattern that Bonham chose (or maybe it was Page) to play on this tune.

Very unusual - maybe my fave Zep tune. 
 unclehud wrote:
"Now I've reached that age, I tried to do all those things the best I can ...."


Dude.  It means something quite different 30 years on ...  or 40.

 
Yes, yes....yes indeed.  But behind the eyes that stare back at you in the mirror I'll bet you still feel like.......{#Motor}
{#Drummer} Bonzo is just thrashing on it back there {#Mrgreen} 

here's the reissue info., to be released 6/2/14:

Led Zeppelin
1. “Good Times Bad Times”
2. “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You”
3. “You Shook Me”
4. “Dazed And Confused”
5. “Your Time Is Gonna Come”
6. “Black Mountain Side”
7. “Communication Breakdown”
8. “I Can’t Quit You Baby”
9. “How Many More Times”

Companion Audio Disc
Live At The Olympia – Paris, France, October 10, 1969
1. “Good Times Bad Times/Communication Breakdown”
2. “I Can’t Quit You Baby”
3. “Heartbreaker”
4. “Dazed And Confused”
5. “White Summer/Black Mountain Side”
6. “You Shook Me”
7. “Moby Dick”
8. “How Many More Times”


 Propayne wrote:

Written, recorded, engineered and sequenced to be cut into a disc of petroleum which was packaged inside a square cardboard sleeve covered with cool designs, artwork, photography, words, etc.

I love to hold Zeppelin in my hands, take then out of their sleeve, put them on the turntable and drop the needle. Zep had heft and so does vinyl. Love the pop and crackle and service noise and the air moving.

All hail the gatefold!

 

Yep,  Analog Rules!!

Since I have heard them open with this song on Celebration Day,  I have had a new appreciation for it.
BTW: Celebration Day ROCKS!!!

 


 iloveradio wrote:
I first heard this in 1969 331/3 LP on a Thorens turntable, Macintosh amp and pre-amp, and Seeburg discotech speakers...WOW...fucking WOW. Thank you Dad (died 1995 this month) for being way ahead of your time when it came to stereo music appreciation. He really only wanted to hear classical music, but this is now officially a classic!

 
Written, recorded, engineered and sequenced to be cut into a disc of petroleum which was packaged inside a square cardboard sleeve covered with cool designs, artwork, photography, words, etc.

I love to hold Zeppelin in my hands, take then out of their sleeve, put them on the turntable and drop the needle. Zep had heft and so does vinyl. Love the pop and crackle and service noise and the air moving.

All hail the gatefold!
I first heard this in 1969 331/3 LP on a Thorens turntable, Macintosh amp and pre-amp, and Seeburg discotech speakers...WOW...fucking WOW. Thank you Dad (died 1995 this month) for being way ahead of your time when it came to stereo music appreciation. He really only wanted to hear classical music, but this is now officially a classic!
This is    insert cliché here    rock and roll.

partial list of clichés:  hard core;  real-deal;  meat and potatoes;  true;  the beginnings of;  classic;  balls out;  pedal to the metal;  seriously good;  the best ever; ... etc, etc, etc 

If you have not see Celebration Day,  it is a must see.  This band amazes me!


HMMMM........Think I've heard of this band.......{#Stupid}

10
Yup, THIS WAS THE STUFF, back in the day...and well I remember when I first became aware of Zep -- Mom and Dad had taken baby bro and I to a new pizza joint, and a string of loud, hard-rocking songs started to blare from the juke-box stuffed with coins by a long-haired dude working in the heat behind the counter that made my parents and the Manager all squirm and look around with unease and suspicion. As for me, it made me yearn for more of what I'd never heard the likes of... It took me till a while later down the Road of Life to know exactly what it was I'd been turned onto that day, but ever since, and even now, I still feel as if I was born to forever love and worship it!
"Now I've reached that age, I tried to do all those things the best I can ...."


Dude.  It means something quite different 30 years on ...  or 40.
ahhhh
I was 17, a friend had loaned it to me, I was working as a 'management trainee' at the TD Bank and I brought the accountant, who was about 28 home for lunch and played it for him twice.  It sllpoke a new language.
I was 11, and took it to school. My teacher played it!
What a series tonight Bill !
genius
1969 - first two zepplin lps released that year and I was 16. And I got to see them at Ottawa Civic Centre that year too. 

This song is soooo good for the ears...
 
I paid 99 cents for a used copy of this on vinyl when I was 13.  Good Times indeed.  
WTF?...

I had this at 8?.......

Perfection


I can name this song in one note  ...
 whistlepig wrote:
This song actually sounds better played at 78 rpm on the turntable. Give it a try if you have the vinyl and you'll never go back.
 
Yes! And it gave me a recipe for fruit cake also.                                                   {#Bounce}
Best rock and roll band forever!
Great segue, Bill.  (Pretenders —> Led Zepp)
 jagdriver wrote:

Roger that. I have my MP3 collection and headphones primed.

I
 
MP3 should be regarded as a crime against music, much like Jimmy Page's re-mastered(fuckingup) of later albums. Mothership is an abomination. 

Celebration Day Blue Ray is excellent, the CDs not so much. 
 midigitguy wrote:
If I had the pleasure to explain Rock music to Beethoven, I would simply play this song.
Methinks he would get it.

And yes, he would be able to hear it, given the volume I am pathologically inclined to play it at.

The ratings don't, but this song goes to 11.

And yes, it is the best debut song EVER. 
 



..haha!..wonder if it'd blow his mind as much as it did/does ours..?..
If I had the pleasure to explain Rock music to Beethoven, I would simply play this song.
Methinks he would get it.

And yes, he would be able to hear it, given the volume I am pathologically inclined to play it at.

The ratings don't, but this song goes to 11.

And yes, it is the best debut song EVER. 
This song actually sounds better played at 78 rpm on the turntable. Give it a try if you have the vinyl and you'll never go back.
I don't care what the neighbors say, I'm gonna play this cut at 120db anyway.
 Sasha2001 wrote:
Is this the best debut album of all-time or am I forgetting something obvious? Is it me or is it simply amazing that this song rocks so hard thousands of listens later?
 
What's really ironic is that it wasn't very popular.  We damn near played the grooves off the old vinyl.
 Sasha2001 wrote:
Is this the best debut album of all-time or am I forgetting something obvious? Is it me or is it simply amazing that this song rocks so hard thousands of listens later?
 
I've yet to run across better.
Is this the best debut album of all-time or am I forgetting something obvious? Is it me or is it simply amazing that this song rocks so hard thousands of listens later?
 Deadwing wrote:


Agreed. I find this to be a flawless album. I don't think they ever achieved that again. Everything after this one always seemed to have one or two gold leafed turds on it, along with eight or ten jaw dropping, spine tingling, ear popping songs that defied gravity, space, time, and reason.

I loves me some Zep!

 

I agree as well, except that I'd say although it was one of their best musically, not their best lyrically.
Stand and Salute - Turn volume to Max
 rolo wrote:

{#Guitarist} ... quite possibly ... the best rock album ever made !*! ... {#Yes}


 

Agreed. I find this to be a flawless album. I don't think they ever achieved that again. Everything after this one always seemed to have one or two gold leafed turds on it, along with eight or ten jaw dropping, spine tingling, ear popping songs that defied gravity, space, time, and reason.

I loves me some Zep!

{#Meditate}
What an album and they released Led Zep II in the same year.
 rolo wrote:

{#Guitarist} ... quite possibly ... the best rock album ever made !*! ... {#Yes}


 

Agreed!{#Dancingbanana_2}
I speculate that the standard deviation of my ratings of Led Zeppelin songs exceeds that for any other artist. This is a 9, as are many others (Since I've Been Loving You, Ramble On). But plenty of 2s as well (Kashmir, In the Light). I wonder if I can data mine my ratings? I wonder what artist has the highest standard deviation of ratings over the entire RP ratings issuing listenership?

{#Guitarist} ... quite possibly ... the best rock album ever made !*! ... {#Yes}


Bill's aperitif of LZ before his supper..............
 ziakut wrote:
John Bonham is the best part of this tune.
 
You might want to pay a bit of attention to that bass line.

 BKardon wrote:

Rocks Off?  Baba O'Riley? Running On Empty?  Like A Rolling Stone?  Purple Haze?

 
Nice try, but no dice!

 Tempus_Fugit wrote:
Man, I must admit I'm pretty jealous of you old fogies.

Just thinking about having never heard Zeppelin and putting the needle on this sucker with that intro gives me the shivers.  I can't even imagine how your minds were blown.  I never had that sort of tangible introduction to Zeppelin - my dad has been blasting Zeppelin and playing their tunes with his old-guy band since I was born.

Guess I should be glad with the upbringing :)

 

Easy on the "old fogies" stuff ...

and TYPE LOUDER, ok?
"In the days of my youth"... I was driving around High School in my 68' Javelin with this blasting out of the 8-track.  

Good Times!  no bad times. 
Good times...
 Poacher wrote:

Apparently I said this five years ago on these comments. . . Five years closer to my rest home. . . 
 
Roger that. I have my MP3 collection and headphones primed.

I was 15 when this came out and, as usual, was the first in my circle to pick up on it. I well remember getting pissed at a friend's house one weekend night when his parents were out, doing my best to impress his sisters with my ability to sing like Robert Planet (sic). {#Lol} And, naturally, what followed later was the emoticon immediately to the right of the one I just selected.

Funny that Zepp follows Pretenders' rocky 'Middle of the Road', as I recall a rumour that Jimmy Page was supposed to have been teaming up with the Pretenders back then.

 Poacher wrote:
I'll still be listening to this when I am in my rest home for old hippies kicking back with my nurse and all the drugs I can take.
 
Apparently I said this five years ago on these comments. . . Five years closer to my rest home. . . 
Man, I must admit I'm pretty jealous of you old fogies.

Just thinking about having never heard Zeppelin and putting the needle on this sucker with that intro gives me the shivers.  I can't even imagine how your minds were blown.  I never had that sort of tangible introduction to Zeppelin - my dad has been blasting Zeppelin and playing their tunes with his old-guy band since I was born.

Guess I should be glad with the upbringing :)

 treatment_bound wrote:

Saw this abomination of a record sleeve several years ago in a music store.  Somewhere, Jimmy Page is muttering something about "The Humanity"...
And after all the hell Great White put their fans through, it's embarrassing they still keep showing up here in the Midwest playing bars.

 
That sleeve is actually kind of funny.  Great White has always been a terrible excuse for a band though.

John Bonham is the best part of this tune.
 Shaker wrote:
Can my speakers get any louder?
 
Mine can, unfortunately I'm at work and it probably wouldn't be prudent to crank 'em.

liar  {#Moon}
Can my speakers get any louder?
 walk wrote:
Oh, the humanity!

Best Side 1, track 1, ever?
 

+1.

At the time I was 13 and learning really lame shit at drum school.  Everything changed the first time I heard Bonham kick into this.

 walk wrote:
Oh, the humanity!

Best Side 1, track 1, ever?
 
Rocks Off?  Baba O'Riley? Running On Empty?  Like A Rolling Stone?  Purple Haze?


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