Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti


8.8 | 460 votes |
Release date: 24 February 1975
Style: Progressive hard rock, Heavy metal

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1 trades it


Disc I
01. Custard Pie
02. The Rover
03. In My Time Of Dying
04. Houses Of The Holy
05. Trampled Under Foot
06. Kashmir

Disc II
01. In The Light
02. Bron-Yr-Aur
03. Down By The Seaside
04. Ten Years Gone
05. Night Flight
06. The Wanton Song
07. Boogie With Stu
08. Black Country Woman
09. Sick Again

Top 20 albums of 1975: 1
Top 200 albums of all time: 153

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26.01.2010 - 02:53
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Love boogie with stu great album -8/9
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15.06.2011 - 14:23
Death_95
Kashmir is my favorite song of all time.
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22.01.2012 - 21:54
musicalkaratekid
I know this probably the last truly great album from led zeppelin in some people's eyes, but i didn't mind #presence' to be honest. It's just that this one had so much to offer that it was almost too much to take in all at once.
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19.11.2012 - 15:44
Rating: 8
Kuroboshi
The first disc is far superior to the second I think. Very good album. Only surpassed by their classic, IV.
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21.11.2012 - 04:00
Rating: 8
Ace Frawley
The Spaceman
Love the songs "Kashmir" and "Ten Years Gone" but a lot of other good stuff here.
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21.11.2012 - 04:40
Rating: 9
Azarath
The reason it's so messy and all-over-the-place is that half the songs were new (the longer songs, basically) and the other half were older songs and outtakes from sessions for previous Zeppelin albums. As a result some of it feels like filler, especially the fourth side since it lacks a major statement.

I don't mind it though, it is a double album after all and those are rarely restrained. This is a great album, and part of its appeal is hearing Zeppelin throw all kinds of different things and styles at you.
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21.11.2012 - 07:05
Rating: 8
Ace Frawley
The Spaceman
Written by Azarath on 21.11.2012 at 04:40

The reason it's so messy and all-over-the-place is that half the songs were new (the longer songs, basically) and the other half were older songs and outtakes from sessions for previous Zeppelin albums. As a result some of it feels like filler, especially the fourth side since it lacks a major statement.

I don't mind it though, it is a double album after all and those are rarely restrained. This is a great album, and part of its appeal is hearing Zeppelin throw all kinds of different things and styles at you.


Some very good points you've raised and I agree with you entirely.
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29.11.2014 - 01:58
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Masterchief
I didn't like it as teenager, but since days when there was no I net and we have what we have I did play it sometimes, now
seems band became some old folks, pensioner oriented rock? soft, weird, only what it has from Led Z is Robert's voice and bands name make sit n higher grounds as if other band... I think if band start whit this , they never be into glory ....
Only song I like is House Of The Holy, lyrical parts ''Let me take you to the movies. Can I take you to the show'' and ''LET THE MUSIC BR YOUR MASTER'' --- because it is, I worship it, Iam fallen for music , its my true love .----
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