Physical Graffiti (Remastered) - Led Zeppelin

Physical Graffiti (Remastered)

Led Zeppelin

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1975-02-24
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 1975 Atlantic Recording Corporation, a Warner Music Group Company. Marketed by Rhino E


Title Artist Time
Custard Pie Led Zeppelin 4:15 USD 1.29
The Rover Led Zeppelin 5:39 USD 1.29
In My Time of Dying Led Zeppelin 11:08 USD Album Only
Houses of the Holy Led Zeppelin 4:04 USD 1.29
Trampled Under Foot Led Zeppelin 5:36 USD 1.29
Kashmir Led Zeppelin 8:37 USD 1.29
In the Light Led Zeppelin 8:47 USD 1.29
Bron-Yr-Aur Led Zeppelin 2:06 USD 1.29
Down By the Seaside Led Zeppelin 5:15 USD 1.29
Ten Years Gone Led Zeppelin 6:34 USD 1.29
Night Flight Led Zeppelin 3:38 USD 1.29
The Wanton Song Led Zeppelin 4:08 USD 1.29
Boogie With Stu Led Zeppelin 3:52 USD 1.29
Black Country Woman Led Zeppelin 4:24 USD 1.29
Sick Again Led Zeppelin 4:42 USD 1.29


  • Physical graffiti

    By stan_1978
    I remember a discussion with a cab driver who was just getting into Zeppelin about what I thought was the best album of theirs. I had to go with physical graffiti. In the light is a killer track, ten years gone is epic, Kashmir is otherworldly, in my time of dying rocks even despite the subject matter , night flight is a great jab at 70’s rock glam, and sick again is just an awesome jam.... if you’re new to Zep get this.
  • Ten Years Gone

    By 1Pansy
    This is my fave of FAVE top five Led Zeppelin Albums! They are so super talented,my all time love for music is Jimmy's guitar & Roberts voice,John Paul Jones Keyboards & Bass Guitar! John Bonham on his drums,*R*I*P* gone way too soon! SUPERGROUP!! Love ya JIMMY ,& ROBERT PLANT I LOVE YOU XO
  • Heavy

    By Dik42
  • Their best album

    By ClassicRocker2000
    Best one

    By Hbk jr
    Whatever the White Album was to the Beatles, Physical Graffiti is to Led Zeppelin.

    By skinnybLisks
    any reviewer who lists songs but skips over: In My Time of Dying, In the Light, or Down By the Seaside, but mentions a mediocre ballad like Kashmir needs to be banned from listening to Led Zeppelin. Those songs are some of Led Zepp's greatest works. This is probably the album that shows their true talent and how diverse they can be
  • Les zeppelin

    By La sabiduría
    Is one's of the best álbum Old times.
  • My favorite zep album

    By Sepron64
    Buy this album. Best songs are all of them.
  • One of the best albums of the 70's

    By Neurosis Fan
    This is Led Zeppelin's masterpiece. This, along with other double albums like Genesis' The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, The Stones' Exile on Main Street, Pink Floyd's The Wall & The Who's Quadrophenia are at the pinnacle of the great 1970's decade of music. What's interesting about this album is that 7 of the 15 songs were recorded during the previous 3 albums' sessions. Try to imagine The Rover, Black Country Woman & the song Houses of the Holy on the Houses of the Holy album for a minute....because that's when they were recorded. What I find interesting and impressive as hell is that even if you strip away those 7 songs and you have the 8 songs recorded during these 1974 sessions, you're left with what still might be Zeppelin's best album. These 8 are Sick Again, In The Light, Trampled Underfoot, The Wanton Song, In My Time of Dying, Custard Pie, Ten Years Gone & Kashmir.........all 8 songs so unique & cutting edge. They were really pushing the creative envelope here. In some ways, their desire to change their sound went a little too far. But somehow, Page, Plant, Jones & Bonham made it work in a big way. The power & precision of their playing helps carry a song like Custard Pie that might have sounded corny in less capable hands. In the Light & Ten Years Gone are the unsung heroes of this set - both should have been FM radio staples.....but they ended up being lost classics. Trampled Underfoot & Kashmir might be two of the best songs I know of that instantly hits their peak in the first note - I suppose Zep's Achilles Last Stand is another one of these that peaks right away and really never alters it's course. Unfortunately, their follow-up album, Presence is a huge drop off in quality. But that doesn't detract from this album being one of rock's all time best. I also highly recommend Zeppelin's 1st five albums.
  • I hate vodka

    By harpua2007
    I love all the Led Zeppelin records, this one is the best IMHO. I wish John Bonham was still with us. This is rock and roll with big old balls. I don't even like Kashmir, and it is still a great song.

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