Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti CD (album) cover


Led Zeppelin


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4.03 | 634 ratings

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5 stars Custard pie is a five stars piece for the entire album. What about the rest? Now, I was really joking. This was a double one releasd on Christmas 1975 and it was very different from the first 4 ones (don't forget the fifth one, who was transition...?!). It has great songs on it, just listen to Custard pie (it was a regular disco hit!!!, I remember dancing it!!) Kashmir, Trumpled under foot. But what about In the light ? And what about the folky last side (it was released as a double LP)?. Well, as a whole, this is a huge piece of music, a very colourful piece of art, a high standard album. Not related to the album : in 1975 Custard pie was a hit in the discotecs, and this was a signal that trouble was coming : why do we need a discotec??

ridemyfacetochicago | 5/5 |


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