Mothership (Remastered) - Led Zeppelin

Mothership (Remastered)

Led Zeppelin

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2015-11-06
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 24

  • β„— 2007 Atlantic Recording Corporation, a Warner Music Group Company.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Good Times Bad Times Led Zeppelin 2:47 USD 1.29
2
Communication Breakdown Led Zeppelin 2:28 USD 1.29
3
Dazed and Confused Led Zeppelin 6:28 USD 1.29
4
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You Led Zeppelin 6:42 USD 1.29
5
Whole Lotta Love Led Zeppelin 5:29 USD 1.29
6
Ramble On Led Zeppelin 4:28 USD 1.29
7
Heartbreaker Led Zeppelin 4:15 USD 1.29
8
Immigrant Song Led Zeppelin 2:26 USD 1.29
9
Since I've Been Loving You Led Zeppelin 7:24 USD 1.29
10
Rock and Roll Led Zeppelin 3:40 USD 1.29
11
Black Dog Led Zeppelin 4:55 USD 1.29
12
When the Levee Breaks Led Zeppelin 7:10 USD 1.29
13
Stairway to Heaven Led Zeppelin 8:05 USD 1.29
14
The Song Remains the Same Led Zeppelin 5:31 USD 1.29
15
Over the Hills and Far Away Led Zeppelin 4:50 USD 1.29
16
D'yer Mak'er Led Zeppelin 4:22 USD 1.29
17
No Quarter Led Zeppelin 7:02 USD 1.29
18
Trampled Under Foot Led Zeppelin 5:36 USD 1.29
19
Houses of the Holy Led Zeppelin 4:04 USD 1.29
20
Kashmir Led Zeppelin 8:37 USD 1.29
21
Nobody's Fault But Mine Led Zeppelin 6:28 USD 1.29
22
Achilles Last Stand Led Zeppelin 10:30 USD Album Only
23
In the Evening Led Zeppelin 6:53 USD 1.29
24
All My Love Led Zeppelin 5:55 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Not 2007 Version But Better

    5
    By MusicManiac76
    Although this compilation was released in 2007, using the 1993 remasters, the version now on iTunes has been quietly updated to include songs from the 2014 and 2015 remastering of all the Zeppelin albums. The version previously available on iTunes did contain the 1993 remasters. I have it, as it was included on a digital only collection, The Complete Led Zeppelin, which is no longer available. "Nobody's Fault But Mine", for example, now clocks in at 6:28, consistent with the version found on the 2015 remaster of "Presence". The previous "Mothership" version clocked in at 6:17, which is consistent with the 1993 version of "Presence". Also, tracks 1-4, from the first album, use the 2014 remaster from that same album, as the left and right stereo channels are reversed. This was done on the entire 1993 version of the first album and not corrected until the 2014 version. Note, the 2014 version is consistent with the original vinyl and CD. Given that the iTunes version of "Mothership" now uses remasters from the 2014 and 2015 remastered versions, it is without doubt the definitive introduction to Led Zeppelin for anyone not familiar with their music. These 24 songs sound tremendous and represent the most well known Zeppelin music in the commercial sphere. Granted, those of us who have been Zeppelin fans for years know everything and regard all of it similarly.
  • For casuals? Sure. For audiophiles? Stay away.

    2
    By HasheB
    One of my favorite albums, in fact I think this is one of the best albums, period. But this version has a serious case of compression, even the one on Youtube sounds better. I would recommend audiophiles get this album from somewhere else. But if you're just popping in some of those cheapo earbuds apple gave you- sure why not.
  • Perfect

    5
    By Emmet6273827374738294
    It’s 24 Led Zeppelin songs, enough said.
  • Led Zep is the best

    5
    By gatorsc
    🀘🏼
  • Led Zeppelin is not to be compared

    5
    By Lt4bow68
    Led Zeppelin is one of (if not the best) band out there, and no one can say otherwise.
  • No Stairway!!

    5
    By NirkOne
    This is the only LZ song I do not have and will not DL it. Ever. There's a reason for it. Going to California? Fav tune.
  • JR

    3
    By johnipod
    I can,t believe they did not include Going to California
  • Hammer of the God's

    5
    By ClassicRocker2018
    Pure rock and roll, I highly recommend.
  • The greatest mix

    5
    By The Dude πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘
    Led Zeppelin, a band of a mix of rock and hard rock
  • Almost Perfect

    4
    By PapaDave909
    Zeppelin IS the greatest of ALL early hard rock bands. While there are many contenders like Cream, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, and Blue Oyster Cult, LZ holds the title of Number One. MOTHERSHIP, while missing some important and spectacular tracks, is an excellent collection of tunes if one is trying to educate a younger listener to the roots of modern metal. Just like the older generation (of which I am one) looks to the pioneers of Rock and Roll (like Chuck Berry, Little Richard, etc) as influencing the Beatles, Stones, and The Who, Led Zeppelin shares the same relationship with bands like Metallica through Tool to Queens Of The Stone Age. This might be an incomplete representation of Zeppelin's work, but it is a very good sampling to show today's generation of metal listeners where "their" music was born.

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