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Old 08-05-2008, 05:51 AM   #3051
L.A. BRONCOS FAN
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Maybe they should've, would've been a helluva lot more interesting.
Interesting to whom?

Answer: Who fans who don't particularly care for Led Zeppelin.

IMO, smashing an instrument is low-rent and just plain disrespectful - that's someone's craft work and creation you're destroying.

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It's fairly easy to keep fans enthralled for three hours during a bad show when they're probably as zonked as Page was or more....hell, the Dead made a multi-decade career out of doing just that.
So fans of The Who were all tee-totalers?

If not, then I guess The Who needed more than just a 'zonked' audience to keep the fans enthralled on a bad night - they needed to bust up some guitars and drum kits to boot.

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It proves there's a sucker born every minute, if it proves anything at all....
So let me get this straight: Anyone who happened to enjoy a band or a film you dislike is a "sucker?"

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given the performance in that film and all that fantasy crap sprinkled amongst it, they should show it for free.
A lot of people (myself included) enjoyed the fantasy sequences - I get it that you were not one of them.

As quiet as it's kept, a lot of people also enjoyed Led Zeppelin's music in spite of a lot of really high-profile rock critics who said the same things (throughout most of the 70s) you are saying here.

Which brings me back to my opinion of music critics....
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