Led Zeppelin Presence Album
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|Release information about the album|
Release Date: 02/01/1976
Tracks in Presence: Achilles' Last Stand, For Your Life, Royal Orleans, Nobody's Fault But Mine, Candy Store Rock, Hots On For Nowhere, Tea For One
Presence Album Tracklist:
- Achilles' Last Stand Lyrics
- For Your Life Lyrics
- Royal Orleans Lyrics
- Nobody's Fault But Mine Lyrics
- Candy Store Rock Lyrics
- Hots On For Nowhere Lyrics
- Tea For One Lyrics
Best Zep Song and Cd | Reviewer: Alan S | 4/18/13
HOTS ON FOR NOWHERE
This is a very very complex song, as a drummer it is very difficult to play, in my humble opinion Bohnam makes two mistakes in this song where he just does not quite get in what he was attempting, not complaining at all in fact it shows that he was actually human as most all of his work is perfect.
The guitar scales in this song are truly brilliant, Page at his finest.
The Madurity of the Zep | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/11/06
Perhaps "Achiles Last Stand" is the best song in the entire History of rock music. Indeed, Led Zeppelin is the best band of the genre ever. Misvaluated and even misundertood by fans and critics, Presence is one of the Zeppelin's masterpieces, with sounds that go from the classical hard rock-blues-psichadelic style of the band to deep "road movie" ballads like the one that closes the album. If you want to get in for the very first time in the Zeppelin's music, I recomend this option, even rather than the classic radio hits from Led zeppelin IV.
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