Sometimes, there are days in everyone’s lives when they come back after a long and hard day at work, and the moment they enter their homes, they drop their bags, sit on the couch, and play their favorite song. Music has a significant impact on your mind and body; it can help you after an intensive workout, it can help you get those pent-up feelings, and it can relax your body and calm your mind! so, it would be safe to say that music has quite the impact on your body.
For many people, they find their happy place in some good ol’ rock and roll music, and what can be better than listening to Led Zeppelin? It is one of the most famous and loved rock bands even now. You can expect literally anything from Led Zeppelin, even the most unique songs that some may even consider weird. So, if you are interested in checking out Led Zeppelin’s unique songs, keep reading.
1. Hot Dog
Released in 1979 on “In Through the Out Door” album, “Hot Dog” is just as odd as the name sounds. It was written while the rock band was preparing and rehearsing for “Out Door” while putting their own swing on Elvis Presley and Ricky Nelson’s covers. This song is considered Jimmy Page’s sloppiest work of art, but many people still enjoy it, and that just serves the purpose of music!
2. Boogie With Stu
B”oogie With Stu” was a leftover from their fourth album, and it features quite a few unique elements from the likes of Ritchie Valen’s “Ooh My Head.” This song made it to the “Physical Graffiti” 1975 album because the rock band had the choice to either remove songs from their LP or throw in a filler to balance it out. The band chose the latter and had to add this track to their album.
3. Fool in the Rain
Another song from the 1979 album makes it to this list. The song itself features ordinary and average lyrics but it is the high notes, guitar solos, and screaming notes that make this song so haunting and weird yet unique.
“Friends” was a track from the 1970’s “Led Zeppelin III.” Jimmy Page shared some insights about how the song came alive. He explained in an interview with Melody Marker that a friend had come into the studio and was being rowdy. The person claimed that the band has done something really evil. Some people might agree when you say that this track, which is loaded with folk tunes and droning, definitely has some sinister vibes to it.
The thing about this rock band was that it always had its fans on the edge of their seat with songs that included extended drum solos or songs that went over the 10-minute marker.