15 Songs, 1 Hour 22 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Physical Graffiti is, perhaps, Led Zeppelin's most visceral offering. The expansive double album mixes fresh recordings with unreleased cuts held over from previous projects, but all 15 tracks hit home with swaggering confidence. The opening cut, "Custard Pie," is all about vicious, guttural guitar riffs meeting some of Robert Plant's most blues-inspired lyrics. The 11-minute "In My Time of Dying" is a heady, epic workout, while the unstoppable "Kashmir" is sparked by one of the most taut and menacing intros in all of rock.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Physical Graffiti is, perhaps, Led Zeppelin's most visceral offering. The expansive double album mixes fresh recordings with unreleased cuts held over from previous projects, but all 15 tracks hit home with swaggering confidence. The opening cut, "Custard Pie," is all about vicious, guttural guitar riffs meeting some of Robert Plant's most blues-inspired lyrics. The 11-minute "In My Time of Dying" is a heady, epic workout, while the unstoppable "Kashmir" is sparked by one of the most taut and menacing intros in all of rock.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
317 Ratings

317 Ratings

Dr. Guz ,

Necessary

It has been called the hardest hard rock record ever made. This is true.
Yet it also has some of Zeppelin's most relaxing and laid back sounds.
A necessary record, not optional.

ledheads ,

The best there is, was and will ever be.

This album shows off Zeppelins ability to play anything and at it right across many musical spectrums.

Mtn. Home slice ,

Hammer of the gods for sure

Last of the truly great albums as a whole from this legendary group. I used to think that there was too much filler (still do) and if they'd selected the best 9 or 10 songs and released this as a single album, it would be their greatest of all time. Then I'd talk to someone who felt the same but "Boogie with Stu" or one of the others that I considered throw-aways would be their favorite cut on the album. So....now I'd recommend just getting the whole thing and see which numbers you love right away and which ones grow on you ( or not ). Led Zep is not an ordinary band. Their music is (was) so diverse that it touches many emotions and affects different people in different ways.

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