I’m a little anal about reading the introductions and prefaces of books before I even flip through the rest of the pages. Their purpose is to set a tone, establish the credibility and character of the writer, and encapsulate the importance of the book’s subject matter, and I want to know all that stuff before being wooed by the pretty pictures. On all of these counts, the intro to Martin Popoff’s Led Zeppelin: All the Albums, All the Songs drops some warning signs that should be heeded.

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