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July 23, 2004

When The Levee Breaks

Hmm. Not sure about this result as I would have said I am more of a No Quarter fellow. Worth a look, however, for clever questions (and Ith's result sounds much more plausible).

You Are
When The Levee Breaks

You are a dominating person. People don't stand in your way. Everybody basically does what you say. And if they don't, they better start, or you just might have one of your henchmen kill them.

Just like "When the Levee Breaks" dominates Led Zeppelin IV, you dominate your world. You don't have time for nonsense (it's surprising you even took this quiz) and you would love to be dictator of the world someday.

You are dark and scary, and you probably don't at all care about this quiz, if you even bothered to read your results.

Take the Which Led Zeppelin Song Are You? Quiz

Posted by Ghost of a flea at July 23, 2004 08:17 AM

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"Tangerine, tangerine...living reflection of a dream..."

Nawww, I agree, Flea...my result wasn't real plausible either. Loved the song, though I first heard it when I watched "Almost Famous".

Posted by: Demetrius at July 23, 2004 09:58 AM

I've never heard any of the songs in question, but the description works to a certain extent.

Posted by: Ith at July 23, 2004 12:07 PM

Good heavens! You must acquire Zeppelin IV and Houses Of The Holy at once!

Posted by: Flea at July 23, 2004 12:14 PM

Eh. In between the flipping the ever-so-interesting pages of a book on canayjun artillery that arrived today (which I think I vaguely remember a conversation about but have been staring into the gut of a sim for so long I no longer know what is real) and taking this quiz - I'm "Tangerine?" Tangerine?

I did admit I'd like to live in a castle... but this quiz t'aint me!

But I do remember seeing Led Zep in the Frankfurt Messe in '71 or '72.

Posted by: John of Argghhh! at July 23, 2004 09:07 PM

I can't speak to Tangerine but I can explain the book on Canadian artillery. It needed a good home and there was clearly no better home for it to have than the Arsenal library!

Posted by: Flea at July 23, 2004 11:38 PM