Led Zeppelin - Coda


6.7 | 184 votes |
Release date: 19 November 1982

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01. We're Gonna Groove [Ben E. King cover]
02. Poor Tom
03. I Can't Quit You Baby [Otis Rush cover]
04. Walter's Walk
05. Ozone Baby
06. Darlene
07. Bonzo's Montreux
08. Wearing And Tearing

Additional info
A compilation of unreleased out-takes and session tracks from (and two tracks from the band's performance at the Royal Albert Hall in 1970) the Led Zeppelin III, Houses Of The Holy and In Through The Out Door sessions.

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12.02.2010 - 17:45
Rating: 6
elekctric
Another 50/50
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30.03.2012 - 01:16
Rating: 5
Fade To Black
I didn't how much i could dislike a Led Zeppelin album until today
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30.03.2012 - 02:47
JohnDoe
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Written by Fade To Black on 30.03.2012 at 01:16

I didn't how much i could dislike a Led Zeppelin album until today


what's so wrong with it?
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30.03.2012 - 02:55
Rating: 5
Fade To Black
Written by Guest on 30.03.2012 at 02:47

what's so wrong with it?

A lot of the songs sounded unfinished, and songs 4-8 just sound like songs that weren't good enough to make it on to other albums. Now knowing that the songs are just out-takes it maybe confirms what I was thinking.
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30.03.2012 - 03:09
JohnDoe
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Written by Fade To Black on 30.03.2012 at 02:55

Written by Guest on 30.03.2012 at 02:47

what's so wrong with it?

A lot of the songs sounded unfinished, and songs 4-8 just sound like songs that weren't good enough to make it on to other albums. Now knowing that the songs are just out-takes it maybe confirms what I was thinking.


Coda was kinda like a cashgrab anyway, I don't even consider it as a Led Zeppelin album; We're Gonna Groove, Wearing & Tearing and Walter's Walk are nice though
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31.03.2012 - 23:43
Rating: 7
Azarath
Well, it is an outtakes collection, but it's still fairly enjoyable. I really like Poor Tom.
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04.10.2012 - 16:45
Rating: 3
Kuroboshi
The sad thing is, the only enjoyable songs are the covers.
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01.01.2015 - 00:27
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Written by Kuroboshi on 04.10.2012 at 16:45

The sad thing is, the only enjoyable songs are the covers.


agree, more I think this band was overrated and was BIG because of that time when there was no many other bands and muisic so much around, ppl had what thay had, only I, II,III and IV are great rest I am happy band split up and Plant solo albums are shit IMO
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09.01.2015 - 10:53
JohnDoe
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agree, more I think this band was overrated and was BIG because of that time when there was no many other bands and muisic so much around, ppl had what thay had, only I, II,III and IV are great rest I am happy band split up and Plant solo albums are shit IMO


OMG - I disagree with everything you said there.

Led Zeppelin overrated? They are one of the few famous bands that really deserves all the appreciation and fame they've got since the time they were around.
It's one of those bands that one has got to understand their success in the context of their time (the 70s). They were pretty creative, trying new things with every album, they even used synthetisers on their last album In Through the Out Door and I find that courageous if I may say so.

You say you are happy they disbanded??!! They only disbanded because their drummer died, I do believe if Bonham hadn't died, they would have continued making music like so many other 70s bands did.

I am amazed that you think Houses of the Holy and Physical Graffiti are bad albums.

You also say there weren't many bands in the 70s? ROFLMAO.

Don't use a word like "shit" if you don't like Robert Plant's music. I find it lame and also kinda gross .
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