22 Songs, 2 Hours 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Twenty-three months after Houses of the Holy came Led Zeppelin’s most ambitious project: Physical Graffiti, a double album featuring eight new compositions of unusual complexity alongside seven songs the band hadn’t finished for previous albums. Highlights are everywhere: the Eastern-influenced “Kashmir,” a masterpiece of tension and release; “Houses of the Holy,” “Sick Again,” and “Trampled Under Foot,” rockers with demanding grooves; “In My Time of Dying,” an intense 11-minute blues; and “Bron-Yr-Aur,” a gentle, bucolic acoustic instrumental. The deluxe edition adds seven bonus tracks: early mixes and versions that further explore the unique chemistry that made Led Zeppelin both feared and admired.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Twenty-three months after Houses of the Holy came Led Zeppelin’s most ambitious project: Physical Graffiti, a double album featuring eight new compositions of unusual complexity alongside seven songs the band hadn’t finished for previous albums. Highlights are everywhere: the Eastern-influenced “Kashmir,” a masterpiece of tension and release; “Houses of the Holy,” “Sick Again,” and “Trampled Under Foot,” rockers with demanding grooves; “In My Time of Dying,” an intense 11-minute blues; and “Bron-Yr-Aur,” a gentle, bucolic acoustic instrumental. The deluxe edition adds seven bonus tracks: early mixes and versions that further explore the unique chemistry that made Led Zeppelin both feared and admired.

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