Ah, the classic. You can't really get any more classic than this when speaking about rock. And there's good reason. "Black Dog", with its excellent intro and alternating guitar riffs and vocal shouts. "Rock And Roll", a nice little country ditty. Ok, ok. Just kidding. It's really a rock and roll piece about rock and roll. And what a killer piece it is. The riff is catchy and effective as heck, and the drums are put to their fullest use. "The Battle of Evermore" is a slower, more acoustic piece, but it's very nice. Then the classic "Stairway to Heaven". It's so overplayed and over-talked-about, but then after I come back to it, I realize that it's still a kick-ass piece of music. "Misty Mountain Hop" is my least favorite on here, but still not a bad song. "Four Sticks" is a great drum-driven song played with, believe it or not, four sticks of gum (jeez, you guys are hard to fool). "Going to California" is one of Zeppelin's best folky songs, and "When The Levee Breaks" finishes out the album as one of their best blues-rockers, with some real nice harmonica from Plant. Great album. And it has, in my opinion, the best opening (that slow winding-up thing at the beginning of "Black Dog") and ending (the chord pairs at the end of "When the Levee Breaks") of any album.