Why Robert Plant’s ‘80s Music Used to Embarrass Him


Robert Plant said he’d spent a lot of time embarrassed by the solo music he released in the ‘80s as he worked to put the ‘70s behind him.

But he reflected that his efforts – represented on his new anthology Digging Deep – offered a positive account of his four-decade career since Led Zeppelin ended.

“Earlier on, I was embracing whatever I felt really moved high at the time, so the techno revolution in the ’80s is… we look back now in horror,” Plant told Rolling Stone in a new interview. “Or maybe we don’t look back in horror. Now we look back and go, ‘Geez, how did you actually manage to get your head around that sort of shit, Robert?’ And the answer is, ‘With great zest and a considerable amount of…



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