Templar: “Whole Lotta Love” from Under The Sun

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Templar: Under The Sun

About “Whole Lotta Love”

“Whole Lotta Love” is a hidden song by Templar from their album Under The Sun.

“Whole Lotta Love” was originally recorded by Led Zeppelin and is the opening track on their 1969 second studio album, Led Zeppelin II. The song is one of Led Zeppelin’s most iconic and enduring songs, known for charismatic vocal performance by Robert Plant and instantly recognizable guitar riff by Jimmy Page. This riff is often regarded as one of the greatest in rock history.

About Under The Sun

Templar were a Canadian alternative rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia, most noted for garnering a Juno Award nomination for Best New Group at the Juno Awards of 2001. They released their debut album, Under the Sun, on EMI Records in 2000; the album featured the singles “The Need” and “Here We Go” the latter of which was featured in the game NHL 2001.

How to find “Whole Lotta Love”

On CD: Begins at 5:14 of track #13 (“Here We Go (Extended Version)”)

Listen to “Whole Lotta Love”

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