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Presence by Led Zeppelin

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Two Ones Are Won (Achilles Last Stand) (Reference Mix)

Led Zeppelin

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Two Ones Are Won (Achilles Last Stand) (Reference Mix)

Led Zeppelin

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Label: Rhino Records
Following Physical Graffiti, Zep's legacy-defining double-album, 1976's Presence felt far more modest in scope: just seven cuts, none of them as immediately ear-grabbing as "Kashmir" or "In the Light." Nevertheless, the album, it can be argued, is the band's most unique effort. "Achilles Last Stand" is a 10-minute juggernaut featuring Jimmy Page's multi-layered guitar overdubs, all whining and careening, atop drummer John Bonham and bassist John Paul Jones' ferocious gallop. Just as rhythmically impressive is "Candy Store Rock," a riotous slab of funky, bluesy, heavy metal-infused rockabilly.

About This Album

Following Physical Graffiti, Zep's legacy-defining double-album, 1976's Presence felt far more modest in scope: just seven cuts, none of them as immediately ear-grabbing as "Kashmir" or "In the Light." Nevertheless, the album, it can be argued, is the band's most unique effort. "Achilles Last Stand" is a 10-minute juggernaut featuring Jimmy Page's multi-layered guitar overdubs, all whining and careening, atop drummer John Bonham and bassist John Paul Jones' ferocious gallop. Just as rhythmically impressive is "Candy Store Rock," a riotous slab of funky, bluesy, heavy metal-infused rockabilly.

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About This Album

Following Physical Graffiti, Zep's legacy-defining double-album, 1976's Presence felt far more modest in scope: just seven cuts, none of them as immediately ear-grabbing as "Kashmir" or "In the Light." Nevertheless, the album, it can be argued, is the band's most unique effort. "Achilles Last Stand" is a 10-minute juggernaut featuring Jimmy Page's multi-layered guitar overdubs, all whining and careening, atop drummer John Bonham and bassist John Paul Jones' ferocious gallop. Just as rhythmically impressive is "Candy Store Rock," a riotous slab of funky, bluesy, heavy metal-infused rockabilly.