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PRESENCE

Led Zeppelin

 

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3.38 | 441 ratings

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Chris H
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4 stars This, in my opinion, is the best Post IV Zep album. And also, it just happens to be the proggiest! The album starts out on a n intensely high note with "Achilles Last Stand", which is in my top 10 of greatest Zep songs. The trick to this album is staying awake through "For Your Life", and once you've done that then you are in the clear. "Royal Orleans" is a short, bluesy rocker that takes a comedic spin on things, while "Nobody's Fault But Mine" shows off great riffs and an excellent rythym section. "Candy Store Rock" is another sleeper, but "Hots On For Nowhere" is a decent track thatgets you all warmedup for the finale. "Tea For One" is just a masterpiece of riffs, drumming and intense rythym and musicianship all rolled into one nine and a half minute package.

Go Buy This Album!

Chris H | 4/5 |

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