Create account Log in

Mothership (Remastered)


Download links and information about Mothership (Remastered) by Led Zeppelin. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Country genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 02:15:03 minutes.

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Release date: 2007
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Country
Tracks: 24
Duration: 02:15:03
Buy on iTunes $14.99
Buy on iTunes $14.99


No. Title Length
1. Good Times Bad Times 2:47
2. Communication Breakdown 2:27
3. Dazed and Confused 6:26
4. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You 6:41
5. Whole Lotta Love 5:32
6. Ramble On 4:21
7. Heartbreaker 4:14
8. Immigrant Song 2:26
9. Since I've Been Loving You 7:23
10. Rock and Roll 3:40
11. Black Dog 4:54
12. When the Levee Breaks 7:08
13. Stairway to Heaven 8:02
14. The Song Remains the Same 5:30
15. Over the Hills and Far Away 4:48
16. D'yer Mak'er 4:22
17. No Quarter 6:58
18. Trampled Under Foot 5:35
19. Houses of the Holy 4:02
20. Kashmir 8:28
21. Nobody's Fault But Mine 6:15
22. Achilles Last Stand 10:22
23. In the Evening 6:49
24. All My Love 5:53



Led Zeppelin's reunion for an Ahmet Ertegun tribute concert in November 2007 (pushed back a couple of weeks due to a finger injury Jimmy Page sustained during rehearsals) seemed like a spur of the moment thing — but how spontaneous could it have been if it just happened to coincide with the release of an expanded The Song Remains the Same on both CD and DVD, the debut of their catalog as digital downloads, and the new two-disc compilation Mothership as a sampler of the whole shebang? Considering this full-scale, multi-prong assault — which also included a new album by Robert Plant, after all — it was probably not all that spontaneous. Such a precise attack suits this most mythic of classic rock groups, who always benefited from an enormous sense of scale. Weighing in at two discs and 24 tracks, Mothership has a sense of scale that the previous round of compilations — the two-part Early Days & Latter Days, delivered in 1999 and 2000 respectively — lacked, not just because it pushes these two phases together but because it is heavy on the heavy epics, emphasizing Zeppelin's sheer sonic ballast over either their lighter or more idiosyncratic moments. This effects the second disc more than the first, as the band started out heavy and expanded outward, and while it would have been nice if "Fool in the Rain" represented In Through the Out Door instead of "In the Evening," this is a minor quibble as Mothership hits the obvious high points without seeming perfunctory. And that, along with Page's new remastering, is the real selling point behind Mothership: as a compilation it is both gripping listening and a good introduction to this very album-oriented band, which is what makes it a welcome addition to their catalog. [The deluxe edition of Mothership contains a DVD with highlights from their eponymous live DVD — it's a nice bonus but really, you'd be better off getting the full set.]