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Led Zeppelin


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3 stars Presence signified a big change in direction for Led Zeppelin. ' Achilles Last Stand' and ' Tea For One' are your atypical Zeppelin classics but the rest of the album illustrates that their focus or level of creativity as a band was beginning to wane. It has been mentioned that Presence was made over an extremely short period hence the rushed feel to whole composition.' For Your Life' is not a bad tune but nothing spectacular and ' Nobody's Fault But Mine' is another strong track but the other filler tracks like ' Royal Orleans', ' Candy Store Rock' and ' Hots on For Nowhere' were mediocre at best. Still a very good album and worth having in your collection.
Chris S | 3/5 |


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