Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin

This deluxe edition of Led Zeppelin’s sixth studio album ‘Physical Graffiti’ marks the fortieth anniversary of the original vinyl release in 1975. As with every Led Zeppelin deluxe edition, 'Physical Graffiti' has been remastered by guitarist Jimmy Page and also includes a disc of previously unreleased material including rough mixes of ‘In My Time Of Dying’ and ‘Houses Of The Holy’.

Vinyl Deluxe LP box set £113.99 0081227957926

Super deluxe 40th Anniversary box set on Atlantic inc. 180g vinyl 3LP, 3CD, 96-page hardbound book, numbered print, 96kHz/24 bit download etc.

  • Includes download code
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Vinyl Triple LP £36.49 0081227957933

40th Anniversary remastered 180g vinyl 3LP set on Atlantic.

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Vinyl Double LP £25.99 0081227965785

40th Anniversary remastered 180g vinyl 2LP reissue on Atlantic.

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CD £18.99 0081227957940

40th Anniversary remastered 3CD set on Atlantic.

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CD £16.99 0081227957957

40th Anniversary remastered 2CD reissue on Atlantic.

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Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin
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10/10 Gregor Omelasz 3rd February 2017

One of the greatest albums ever made, let alone the best Led Zeppelin record.

Every time I spin this, it takes me back to when I was 17, simpler and care-free. Page is at his best. Plant is at his best. Jones is at his best. And by Christ, Bonham is at his best, even when fuelled by booze, the man was a tank.

I usually nitpick most records when required, but I can't with this one, it's just that good. It's one of those records I'll still be listening to when I'm old and wrinkly and the rest of the band are in their graves.

9/10 Penrith Steve 9th February 2015

It may seem odd, the 70s rock double album being such a cliche, that it took a band like Led Zeppelin until their 6th release to make one. Anyway, they did and it is great - and a return to form after the patchy "Houses of the Holy". This has the fantastic electric piano led "Trampled Underfoot", The behemoth that is "Kashmir" with it's dark progressive stomp, gentle acoustic folk instrumental "Bron-Yr-Aur" and the melodic rocker, "Night Flight". Lest we forget the great riffing rock song that shares it's title with this album's predecessor, "Houses of the Holy".

9/10 ALEX Customer rating (no review), 10th October 2019


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