Tag Archives: Led Zeppelin
A countdown of the ten greatest rock songs about… rock.
No list of the Seventies’ best albums is complete without Pink Floyd, right? Well, we got two of their albums here!
Who needs any stinkin’ Crosby, Stills or Nash??
Music from Delta Rae, Led Zeppelin, Fiction Family, and Slash
Behold: our final individual best of 2012 list, courtesy of Aging Hipster turned God Searcher Dave Rullo!
You know that one song, but there’s a lot more that you should also know about Dada.
You can’t say these eight bands didn’t have their chance to do it one last time before the world came to an end.
A fond look back at some of the many pop culture highlights from the 2012 that was.
Read inside for your chance to win a copy of Led Zeppelin’s new two-CD/two-DVD live set, “Celebration Day.”
It’s November, that means there must be a new Rihanna album coming out! Check out the list of new albums coming on the last big release day of 2012!
Read the review and enter to win a copy of Robert Plant’s new live DVD.
This week’s Mix Six gives you a sweet mix. Because what would Thanksgiving in the U.S. be without pie?
Engineer and producer Phill Brown reflects on more than four decades in the music business with “Are We Still Rolling?” Chris Holmes weighs in with his review.
They’re too sexy for Milan, New York, and Japan. But is Right Said Fred’s “Up” too sexy for this installment of Beyond the Wonder? Chris Holmes investigates.
Don’t you just wish you could just enjoy your favorite bands without a singer getting in the way for once? Your wish is this week’s Popdose mixtape’s command.
Dave Steed takes a look at Huey Lewis, Led Zeppelin and more as Bottom Feeders: The Rock End of the ’80s continues.
Gobble gobble, bitches! It’s a Mix Six that’ll have you begging for seconds.
We’re counting down our Top 50 favorite rhythm sections of all time! See who made the list as we look at numbers 35 through 21.
The combined talents of Robert Plant and Buddy Miller were bound to produce interesting results. Together they have made “Band of Joy” one the year’s best albums.