Led Zeppelin ‎– Physical Graffiti

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Swan Song ‎– 8122796578
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180g
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A1 Custard Pie
Composed By – Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
4:15
A2 The Rover
Composed By – Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
5:39
A3 In My Time Of Dying
Composed By – Jimmy Page, John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant
11:08
B1 Houses Of The Holy
Composed By – Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
4:04
B2 Trampled Under Foot
Composed By – Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant
5:36
B3 Kashmir
Composed By – Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Robert Plant
8:37
C1 In The Light
Composed By – Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant
8:47
C2 Bron-Yr-Aur
Composed By – Jimmy Page
2:06
C3 Down By The Seaside
Composed By – Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
5:15
C4 Ten Years Gone
Composed By – Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
6:34
D1 Night Flight
Composed By – Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant
3:38
D2 The Wanton Song
Composed By – Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
4:08
D3 Boogie With Stu
Composed By – Ian Stewart, Jimmy Page, John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Mrs. Valens
3:52
D4 Black Country Woman
Composed By – Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
4:24
D5 Sick Again
Composed By – Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
4:42

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Printed on front cover sticker:
40th ANNIVERSARY EDITION ON 180g VINYL
Includes Kashmir & Trampled Under Foot
Remastered & Produced by Jimmy Page

℗ & © 1975 Atlantic Recording Corporation, a Warner Music Group Company. All Rights Reserved.
Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Music Group, 3400 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91505-4614. Printed in the EU.
Manufactured in Germany (on labels).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 81227 96578 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 081227965785
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 etched): BD 33203-01 A4 JD A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 etched): BD 33203-01 B4 B3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3 etched): BD 33203-02 C1 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4 etched): BD 33203-02 D1 JD D1

Other Versions (5 of 370) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SSK 89400, SS2-200 Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti(2xLP, Album) Swan Song, Swan Song SSK 89400, SS2-200 UK 1975 Sell This Version
L2WA-5120 Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti(2xLP, Album) Swan Song L2WA-5120 Mexico 1983 Sell This Version
3-17-404-012, 3-17-404-013 Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti(2xLP, Album) Swan Song, Swan Song 3-17-404-012, 3-17-404-013 Brazil 1975 Sell This Version
CSSJ-200 Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti(Cass, Album, Dol) Swan Song CSSJ-200 Canada 1975 Sell This Version
SSK 89400 Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti(2xLP, Album, RP) Swan Song SSK 89400 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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70sProgFan

70sProgFan

July 12, 2020

Marvellous album. I don't give a shiny sh*t about the technical data surrounding the specific release, its tonality or how compressed certain elements are; it sounds really good to my 60+ years old ears! 😊
Features many of my favourite Zep tracks, including the timeless 'Kashmir'.
AliEce1888

AliEce1888

June 27, 2020

Maybe this is not as punchy or dynamic than the first press of its time but I think that one is much better than the later repressed ones except the Japanese ones
Soundgarden84

Soundgarden84

December 27, 2019
edited 9 months ago
While it's a silent and good pressing, this new remaster indeed misses something.
Don't get me wrong, it sounds good. But I'd appreciated a little bit more dynamics, more "punch" and more range.

I was especially let down by the otherwise very orchestral "Kashmir".

This holds true for quiet and loud playings.
"Sterile" as stated before seems fitting.
leonthepro

leonthepro

March 24, 2018
edited 12 months ago
So what people talk about when they think this sounds bad is most likely the digital mastering. I myself was expecting this to be a great sounding issue but after listening I felt like it was missing something and still prefererad my older 70s issue. I thought it had a lot of detail with a clean press but for some reason sounded very flat and sterile. If you are looking for the best sounding new versions of these albums I hear that the Classic Records releases are a good choice. They are very expensive but are made by people who really care and do great mastering for vinyl. I myself am getting one and doing a blind test to see which I think sounds best between the 70s issue, 2014 remaster and 2007 Classic Records version. In the end its a good record and if you dont mind that much its just a great deal, but personally I would go for many 70s reissues that are in NM condition over this.

Update:
The Classic Records release by Grundman are easily superior for some albums and closer with others, they are never worse than the 2014 reissues however.

Equipment used:
Rega RP1 with Nagaoka MP-110 Cartridge
Cyrus 2 Amplifier
Sustem Fidelity SF-3050 Tower Speakers
Custom made HQ Cables
johansson7713903

johansson7713903

March 18, 2016

Under rated album of Led Zeppelin. Among some true and hard fans of the group these album is their best. Ranked even better than IV. I think this album needs a couple of listenings to show it´s true potential. Know when I've listened to it about ten times i think that this together with IV is the best album of Led Zeppelin and both album among the best metal/rock albums ever made.

This reissued 180 gram album, as well as the others i own of Led Zeppelin sound amazing!!