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Led Zeppelin


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5 stars LED ZEPPELIN “Physical Graffiti” 4.5

But the one who falls can rise again. And ZEPs did it, they’ve risen from all the misfortunes they’ve faced in last months (it was only a beginning, unfortunately) like “200.000 $ stolen from hotel” case and drug problems. 15 tracks of pure bliss, classic LZ hymns like “Kashmir” and “In the Light”, more prominent keys, catchy riffs and various moods, from up-lifting to tiresome and frustrated. Another best from them, from late era, 2 LPs of high-class intellectual rock, worthy of any other album released in that year (with some honorable exceptions though). Triumphant live shows in England, another world tour – the future never seemed brighter for ZEPs than in 1975. To my utter regret, this was the last really successful year for them, and PG has become the last good album they’ve managed to create. This is where the end has begun.

Best tracks: “Kashmir”, “In the Light”, “Sick Again”, “The Rover”, “In my Time of Dying”, “Ten Years Gone”, “Down by the Seaside”, “Trampled Underfoot”

Prog-jester | 5/5 |


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