The first disc of this two disc set is far better than the second. It's much closer sounding to the early Led Zeppelin, heavier, and slower, smoother, mellower guitar. Many of the songs are lenghty. Much more "rock" than the second disc, which includes more acoustic sets, and less screaming from Robert Plant. On the first disc, tracks include a fast paced, "Custard Pie," the bluesy, slide guitar, "In My Time of Dying," and the well known "Kashmir," which some may recognize as the background music to 1998's "Come with Me" by Puff Daddy and Jimmy Page. The second disc includes such songs as "Bron-Yr-Aur," "The Wanton Song," and "Down by the Seaside."