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Zeppelin jumped the shark with every release. The first recording was a collection of stolen songs from other recording artists passed off as if Page and Plant wrote them. Each recording, Zeppelin tried to jump the shark with a signature song. Some examples include Moby Dick, Since I've Been Loving You, Stairway to Heaven, The Crunge, Kasmir, Achilles Last Stand. The entire recording of In Through the Out Door was a shark jump.
The Jump The Shark Book cites "Presence"as when they jumped the shark, but honestly, it was a great record. Even TSRTS, In Through The Out Door, and Coda have their great moments (though not on the scale of the first six records). When Bonham died, THAT'S when Zeppelin jumped.
Naah, it was the reunion gig - just because it was for charity, doesn't make it right.
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