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Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti MP3
Performer: Led Zeppelin
Title: Physical Graffiti
Label: Oasis Records
Country: South Korea
Released: 1975
Style: Classic Rock
Cat: olw 267
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2342 mb | MP3 size: 1151 mb | WMA size: 1198 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1In The Light8:46
2Black Country Woman4:30
3The Rover5:44
4Ten Years Gone6:55
5Trampled Under Foot5:38
6Down By The Seaside5:15
7Bron Yr Aur2:07
8In My Time Of Dying11:08
9Houses Of The Holy4:01
10Kashmir9:41
11Custard Pie4:20
12The Wanton Song4:10
13Sick Again4:40
14Night Flight3:37
15Boogie With Stu3:45

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SS 2-200Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti ‎(2xLP, Album, Club, CP)Swan SongSS 2-200US1975
P-5163~4NLed Zeppelin = レッド・ツェッペリン Led Zeppelin = レッド・ツェッペリン - Physical Graffiti = フィジカル・グラフィティ ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd)Swan SongP-5163~4NJapan1975
SS 2-200Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, SRC)Swan SongSS 2-200US1987
SS 2-200Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial, Pur)Swan Song SS 2-200EuropeUnknown
7567-92442-4Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti ‎(Cass, Album, RM, Dol)Swan Song7567-92442-4Germany1995
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SSK 89400Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti ‎(2xLP, Album)Swan SongSSK 89400UK1975
SS 2-200Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti ‎(2xLP, Album, Club, CP)Swan SongSS 2-200US1975
P-5163~4NLed Zeppelin = レッド・ツェッペリン Led Zeppelin = レッド・ツェッペリン - Physical Graffiti = フィジカル・グラフィティ ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd)Swan SongP-5163~4NJapan1975
SS 2-200Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, SRC)Swan SongSS 2-200US1987
SS 2-200Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial, Pur)Swan Song SS 2-200EuropeUnknown

Album

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Comments (23)
skyjettttt
I found an Irish pressing of this recently which doesnt seem to be listed in the database. One record is translucent and has the Carlton Productions 'CP' matrix etching, other record is not translucent and has an Alsdorf matrix stamp, so probably 1980s. Im subject to Discogs 'Contributor Improvement Program' nonsense so cant add it, and even if I get off their rubbish reeducation scheme I wont be contributing anything else anyway. But just to say for anyone interested, an Irish pressing of this exists.
Kikora
hi could you please give me some more information about this release? adding items to the database can be frustrating, regards
Barit
The duration of Kashmir is wrong. The song is just 8:31.
olgasmile
I had the 2015 remastered and picked up a first pressing as well.Maybe it's me, but I think this pressing blows the new one out of the water.
Qus
By February of 1975 I was barely getting my feet used to being on American soil again, though Vietnam was still echoing in the back of my head, and Led Zeppelin, they were one of those transitional groups who existed before I left, were huge while in the Nam, and now with the release of Physical Graffiti, I was feeling that a circle was being completed. Most people had become jaded and tired of what the Rolling Stones were delivering, but Zep, they still had new things to offer, fresh ways of presenting deeply rooted attitudes, and music that was still larger than life … so needless to say, there were many who were ready for this outing.Physical Graffiti was an odd bag that seemed to grow on listeners the more it was played, consisting of recordings from the years 1970 through 1974, along with eight new songs and seven that were deemed worthy of recovering from previous sessions. All of this made the album sort of impossible to categorize. Was it a new body of work, a compilation, or something more? Within the 82 minutes of running time this grouping of songs are arranged in a manner that makes even the older and deeply bluesy numbers sound bouncy, vibrant, and transcendent. And of course, again there was the ever lingering mysterious weirdness that always seemed to have surrounded Led Zeppelin, but it was the new music mixed with those unreleased gems that managed to tie things together, filling in timeline gaps, creating a more holistic and complete picture of the band and times from which they rose. Much of this new material sounded definitive, sincere, and filled with musically emotional climaxes that kept listeners teetering on the edge, where the band guides you to a conclusion without petering out, bringing listeners down from an intense journey comfortably.Never more so are we presented with the fact that Jimmy Page was a guitarist extraordinaire whose passion was sound, and in presenting it fully and emotionally. When it came to blues, and blues’ foundations, he would often come off as something between Eric Clapton for lyrics, Jimi Hendrix and Pete Townshend when it came to rhythmic flair … though hands down, when it comes to those who’ve expanded the guitar’s sonic vocabulary, there was no one better than Hendrix and Page, where standing them back to back, no sunlight could shine through. Page never overplayed anything, and in so doing he set the platform for the rest of the band to build on, carrying forth a vision of form meets function. I fully realize that I’m implying that Led Zeppelin and Physical Graffiti were all about Jimmy Page, and while I’m not one to discredit other members of the band, without Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin would have been nothing more than one of so many other bands of the day. I say this easily, because Plant had a limited vocal range, made up for by a dynamic stage presence, and as good as the other members were, in all honesty, they were background players, certainly of the first magnitude, yet background players nonetheless. [You are invited to my home to yell at me privately for that last remark.] Though if you consider, it was all Page’s production and ideas of craftsmanship that outpaced his predecessors, bands such as the Yardbirds and Cream, allowing Led Zeppelin to sound expansive, coherent, and completely cognitive as a whole.Of course it would be easy to point to the monotony some find the songs “In My Time Of Dying,” and “Kashmir,” yet all and all, those tracks showed versatility and were ambitious enough to be defining … hardly fragmentary or laced with tedium. And yes, there are those who like their music laced with significant lyrical importance, and to those I would point to Cream’s 1966 release of “I Feel Free,” an amazingly wonderful song that bounces around the room repeating the same line over and over, with no one ever seeking to criticize the holy trinity.With today’s eyes and ears, one might certainly suggest that Led Zeppelin were not the cultural spokesmen of their generation, though their standing as no doubt the most notable rock band of all time can not be denied.As to the remastering of 2015: The album was remastered by Page, who I’m sure feels that he finally got it right this time out, with an album that’s most suited for the turntable, as each track was designed for the warmth of vinyl, with a fat bass that presents the band’s sense of heaviness without coming off as labored, or holding you in place, but rather unfettered and divinely inspirational. And of course, with the deluxe edition, you get even more than you ever bargained for. The Fun Facts: The album's intricate die-cut sleeve design depicts a photograph of a New York City brownstone tenement. The two five story buildings photographed for the album cover are located at 96 and 98 on St. Mark's Place in New York City. The original photograph underwent a number of tweaks to arrive at the final image. The fifth floor of the building had to be cropped out to fit the square album cover format. The buildings to the left and right were also changed to match the style of the double front. Tiles were added on the roof section along with more faces. Part of the top right railing balcony was left out for a whole window frame to be visible. The front cover is a daytime shot, while the back cover was taken at night.The Rolling Stones used the same apartment block for the 1981 video “Waiting On A Friend.”When Physical Graffiti was released, all five of Zeppelin’s previous albums re-entered the Billboard charts, making them the first band to have six albums chart at one time.John Paul Jones’ clavinet line on ‘Trampled Under Foot’ was inspired by Stevie Wonder’s ‘Superstition’.“In My Time of Dying” is a reworking of Blind Willie Johnson’s ‘Jesus, Make Up My Dying Bed’ from 1927. Another variation of the song was recorded by Bob Dylan.John Paul Jones almost quit Zeppelin prior to recording the album as he’d been offered the position of choirmaster at Winchester Cathedral.John Bonham arrived for the recording session with 1,500 Mandrax pills [the sedative Quaalude] taped to the inside of his drum kit. Review by Jenell Kesler
Otrytrerl
You did a review by telling us your entire story...+rep
Elastic Skunk
Cool review - thanks a bunch. :-) I didn't realize how big that record had been in the States. Reading some Wiki stuff about the record, it said 16 million copies were sold in the USA alone... :-)
CopamHuk
Streetmouse- enjoyed your article mate, where did you get your info/research from? Also, where you really a Vietnam vet? Hats off to you if you were.I really like this album too.RobPerth, West Oz
Nidora
The runouts on mine are A4 / B4 & C2 / D1 Does this make mine a later press?
Faugami
I have the same runouts, SSK-89400-A4 etc., that's all I can add though.
Oppebro
The price this record commands is kind of silly - eventually there will be hundreds of first pressings that no dealer can shift because they price them at £75 or above. I just bought a UK first pressing (yes, it really is one) in NM condition from a record fair for £15, priced at £35 but the guy was selling everything off half price at the end of the day. If you can't physically leave the house, by all means buy this on line, but making a bit of an effort means you don't have to pay silly money for what is essentially quite an easily obtained LP. Inflation in the second hand record market has been absurd over the last 20 years or so. The 'holy grail' approach to record buyng and selling is on the way out, especially since the advent of cheaper means of producing and obtaining good quality issues of older classic records. I like the real thing as much as the next guy, but realistically my collection consists of an eclectic combination of as nice as I can afford original vinyl, good CD issues, tapes (nice!), and a very few dreaded 'audiophile' items (mostly these are horrid and I'd rather have a wonky old copy than a £50 tarted up version made last year, but sometimes they are worth the price).
Windforge
I agree with you on going out and getting your copies in store instead of buying for outrageous prices here. But this always happens in markets. I got my 75 copy at my record store for about 20£ in NM condition also and Im happy with that for the price. But sometimes its just not viable since I only have 1 really good record store in my area and they usually know how to price their products well."The real thing" is something I dont really bother with too much though. Especially if an album has hundreds of releases there usually are a few objectively best ones that you can pick from. Usually they all get the original master tapes and essentially make another first press of the music. They might still sound different, but they are equally good on a technical level and so choosing between them is subjective.Im not sure what you mean by dreaded audiophile items though.
Cala
I'm sure I found it on google if you look up the label and the suffix csm for the matrix.
Yannara
HELP!!!!!!! I have a copy of Physical Graffiti ss 2-200 where the label on all four sides says ST-SS- 753311 CSM. Cant find it in here, either does any of the matrix number match any in here.
Eigonn
CSM was pressed by Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria. Apparently it's a rare variant.
Thordira
HELP!!!!!!! I have a copy of Physical Graffiti ss 2-200 where the label on all four sides says ST-SS- 753311 CSM. Cant find it in here, either does any of the matrix number match any in here.
Coiril
Yes thats make sense, that was where she lived then. Where did you find that information?
Ericaz
yup. I've searched for days. The only thing I can find is that the CSM stands for California Santa Monica and very few records were pressed with it.
Gholbirdred
No can't find it. I know its a us first press, got i from my mother she brought it just when it came out. You got the same press???
Xwnaydan
did you find this version? I can't find any info either.
Kiutondyl
Regarding B4 OR B5 Matrix, thought Id add this link to clear up any doubts about first pressingshttp://en.allexperts.com/q/Led-Zeppelin-501/2012/4/physical-graffiti-vinyl.htm
Modar
What of A1/B5/C2/D1 Matrix?
Umrdana
can't find us SS 2-200 (ST-ss-753312FT)any clues?