Download links and information about 5,000,000 by Dread Zeppelin. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Humor genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 51:09 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Alternative, Humor|
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|1.||Forgetting About Business Part 1||1:13|
|2.||The Song Remains the Same||5:29|
|3.||Stir It Up||6:00|
|4.||Do the Claw||2:16|
|5.||When the Levee Breaks||5:28|
|6.||Misty Mountain Hop||3:53|
|7.||The Train Kept a Rollin||6:18|
|8.||Nobody's Fault (Butt Mon)||4:26|
|9.||Big Ol' Gol Belt||3:55|
|10.||Forgetting About Business Part 2 (Theme from 5,000,000)||3:54|
|11.||Stairway to Heaven||8:17|
Elvis impersonator-fronted, Led Zeppelin-covering comedy reggae band Dread Zeppelin had garnered rave reviews and converted hundreds of fans with their highly entertaining first album, Un-led-ed. But like any joke — even really, really good ones — all their shenanigans were only really funny the first time around. And so it was that upon the release of 1991's sophomore 5,000,000 album (featuring cover artwork spoofing Zep's fourth album), both fans and critics often found themselves halting mid-chuckle in disappointment. Admittedly, a poor choice of material was also to blame, as the band's version of "Train kept A-Rollin" and such Zep classics like "The Song Remains the Same," "Misty Mountain Hop," and "Stairway to Heaven" simply don't translate very well into reggae. And though the new arrangements for "When the Levee Breaks" and "Nobody's Fault but Mine" do approach the clever wit seen on their first album, the band wastes time on a pointless reworking of Bob Marley's "Stir It Up" and four very lackluster original tunes. For what it's worth, "Do the Claw" and "Big Ol' Gol Belt" illicit their fair share of laughs for their sheer stupidity and blatant references to the King himself, but not enough to justify the listener's hard-earned cash.