this is...a place. it's an experiment. I'll say random things. all that good stuff. So don't be suprised if I say something like "My doctor told me that I have been confirmed to be insane and the army will shortly be taking me away to see if they can turn me into a skilled assassin" (He did tell me this once, but I already am a skilled assassin, so I don't need experiments done)Anyway, try and have a good time!(P.S.  I am not responsible for any injuries recieved while you aredoing anything here.) What did you expect to find?

Theramins galore

Behold, the wierdest instrument EVER,considering it's the only one you need some kind of black magic to play it

Thank you. Now that we've heard a wire sing opera, we'll listen to it in another song, Whole Lotta Love. Is Bonzo in a bathrobe?

Finally, something pretty stupid to finish with. The LOZ theme on the theramin.

Trampled under foot

Jimmy Page can do a guitar solo like nobody's business, and the rythem section is really great here.

I'll tell you the names later

Dear god, it's been too long. But, that's beside the point. I'm going to play you Led Zeppelin and a scene from the movie It Might Get Loud. So, to start, we have Led Zeppelin, with my favorite drum beat of all time on When the Leevee Breaks.

And finally, we finish with three great guitarists playing a great song. Jimmy Page (The Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin) The Edge(U2) and Jack White (White Stripes, The Raconteurs, Dead Weather)playing In My Time of Dying by Led Zeppelin.

If you know these guitarists well, you can sort of tell who's doing a solo when, since they all have distinctive styles. Jack White's second solo was, in one word, bad**s.

Moby Dick/ For Your Love

First off, we have Moby Dick by Led Zeppelin. I have a ten-minute long live version that's mainly a drum solo by John Bonham.

Next is For Your Love by the Yardbirds.

Rock and Roll

This is first a good song