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Pick one that you feel had the biggest inluence on metal.

Led Zeppelin II17
Led Zeppelin IV16
Led Zeppelin I8
Phisical Graffiti4
Led Zeppelin III3
Houses of the Holy2
Presence1
In Through the Out Door0
Coda0

Total votes: 51


IronBlackZepp

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Age: 26
From: USA

  05.02.2009 at 04:01
This is somthing I am always wondering about because I have heard so many different opinions. Before you choose make sure you think it over, although it is a tough one.
thesabbathfan

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Age: 20
From: Canada

  05.02.2009 at 04:24
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Dane Train
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  05.02.2009 at 05:55
Led Zeppelin II, without a doubt. I will swear till the day I die that this album is the heaviest album ever made. Not Metallica, nor Slayer, nor Cannibal Corpse, nor Fear Factory, nor any other band I have ever heard comes close to the heaviness of this album. Sure there are albums that are louder, darker and more brutal, but these guys knew how to make heavy records, and factoring in the year their second album came out, hands down it wins.
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Mastercommander

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  05.02.2009 at 19:55
Written by Dane Train on 05.02.2009 at 05:55

Led Zeppelin II, without a doubt. I will swear till the day I die that this album is the heaviest album ever made. Not Metallica, nor Slayer, nor Cannibal Corpse, nor Fear Factory, nor any other band I have ever heard comes close to the heaviness of this album. Sure there are albums that are louder, darker and more brutal, but these guys knew how to make heavy records, and factoring in the year their second album came out, hands down it wins.


I may not agree about it being the heaviest album EVER but it definitely was for its time and many years after that.
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nobody

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Age: 29
From: Sweden

  05.02.2009 at 23:06
Written by thesabbathfan on 05.02.2009 at 04:24

Paranoid




...oh wait...


Its BLACK SABBATH album realised on 1970
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nobody

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Age: 29
From: Sweden

  05.02.2009 at 23:09
Well Its complicated quasten because firts 4 done it more how others, personaly I can not pic up one album from those because in all of those are one or evenm more songs who's famouse for ewery generation, so its like discuss who's metal country are better Germany or Sweden , totaly non sence, all are good and inspirated metal so far and alweys will
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K†ulu
Seeker of Truth

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Age: 26
From: Czech Republic

  05.02.2009 at 23:13
Written by Bad English on 05.02.2009 at 23:06

Written by thesabbathfan on 05.02.2009 at 04:24

Paranoid




...oh wait...


Its BLACK SABBATH album realised on 1970


boring... that was a joke...
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Obnoxious

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Age: 25
From: Canada

  06.02.2009 at 03:09
Zeppelin II, and basically for the same reasons Dane stated.
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thesabbathfan

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Age: 20
From: Canada

  06.02.2009 at 04:29
Written by Bad English on 05.02.2009 at 23:06

Written by thesabbathfan on 05.02.2009 at 04:24

Paranoid




...oh wait...


Its BLACK SABBATH album realised on 1970

goddamn your an idiot.
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Thrashard

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Age: 22
From: Canada

  06.02.2009 at 04:34
Zeppelin II. They're best album and most influential IMO.
Winterfog

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Age: 25
From: Ecuador

  16.05.2009 at 20:42
Written by thesabbathfan on 06.02.2009 at 04:29

Written by Bad English on 05.02.2009 at 23:06

Written by thesabbathfan on 05.02.2009 at 04:24

Paranoid




...oh wait...


Its BLACK SABBATH album realised on 1970

goddamn your an idiot.


ToMegaTherion

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Age: 27
From: Australia

  28.10.2011 at 13:17
I + II are probably the two of Zeppelin's albums that made an impact. Communication Breakdown on I is so close to metal, and Whole Lot of Love on II as well as others on these albums, but the bands sound as a whole really was what did it especially in terms of song structure. It wasn't a big stepping stone to amp it up for the purposes of metal.
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Shadow King

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Age: 20
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  07.09.2012 at 22:43
With songs like Stairway to Heaven, Black Dog, and Rock and Roll, I think IV really influenced metal more (although the first two have also been influential as well). Besides IV is the highest ranked Zeppelin album on this site (#5 on the Top 200), which I assume means more metalheads love this album over than any of the others.
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Aristarchos

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Age: 30
From: Sweden
  03.12.2012 at 17:24
I voted Led Zeppelin I, because of Communication Breakdown, Dazed And Confused and because of the fact that it was first, although the second album was heavier.
Malphas

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Age: 23
From: Macedonia

  20.12.2012 at 00:28
Their first 4 in general but i would have to agree that probably the one with the biggest overall influence was #2. This is of course only my opinion, my impression from what i've heard so far in my life as obviously i am not old enough to have followed the whole development by myself
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The Spaceman

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Age: 41
From: Australia

  01.02.2014 at 21:51
I also voted for the Brown Bomber: Led Zeppelin II.
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Guib

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Age: 23
From: Canada

  15.03.2014 at 21:27
Written by thesabbathfan on 06.02.2009 at 04:29

goddamn your an idiot.

LMAO
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Yossarian

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Age: 41
From: Spain

  04.07.2014 at 12:25
Hi.

Any of the first four could be, most accurately all of them were the influence. I choose the IV for their success and for the "hymns" played there

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