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Mighty Rearranger

by Robert Plant

Mighty Rearranger by Robert Plant

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Mighty Rearranger

by Robert Plant

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Label: Rhino
Robert Plant's first album of original material during the 2000s didn't exactly fly off the shelves (the Humboldt County Fair style-cover art probably didn't help) but it's an excellent set that not only stands tall next to anything in Plant's solo catalogue but also earns positive comparisons to his work with Led Zep (many tracks even echo classics by his old band without feeling derivative). The mood is still, well, moody, with Plant artfully addressing war and the darkening political mood of the times without resorting to trendy sloganeering.

About This Album

Robert Plant's first album of original material during the 2000s didn't exactly fly off the shelves (the Humboldt County Fair style-cover art probably didn't help) but it's an excellent set that not only stands tall next to anything in Plant's solo catalogue but also earns positive comparisons to his work with Led Zep (many tracks even echo classics by his old band without feeling derivative). The mood is still, well, moody, with Plant artfully addressing war and the darkening political mood of the times without resorting to trendy sloganeering.

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About This Album

Robert Plant's first album of original material during the 2000s didn't exactly fly off the shelves (the Humboldt County Fair style-cover art probably didn't help) but it's an excellent set that not only stands tall next to anything in Plant's solo catalogue but also earns positive comparisons to his work with Led Zep (many tracks even echo classics by his old band without feeling derivative). The mood is still, well, moody, with Plant artfully addressing war and the darkening political mood of the times without resorting to trendy sloganeering.