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Presence (1976)

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Title: Presence
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Genre: Rock
Released: 1976

Tracks:
1 - Achilles Last Stand - 10:27
2 - For Your Life - 6:23
3 - Royal Orleans - 2:59
4 - Nobody's Fault but Mine - 6:13
5 - Candy Store Rock - 4:11
6 - Hots On for Nowhere - 4:42
7 - Tea for One - 9:22

Overview:
Presence is the seventh studio album by English rock band Led Zeppelin, released by Swan Song Records on 31 March 1976. It was written and recorded during a tumultuous time in the band's history, as singer Robert Plant was recuperating from serious injuries he had sustained in a recent car accident. The album received mixed reviews from critics and is one of the lowest sellers in the band's catalogue. Nonetheless, guitarist Jimmy Page describes Presence as the band's "most important" album, proving they would continue despite their turmoil.
 

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I never thought Presence was a bad album, with that said, I never thought In Through the Out Door was a bad album either. I don't think Zep ever made a bad album, but I have to admit, I've never listened to Coda. Not sure if Coda even counts as a legitimate Zep album.
 

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I never thought Presence was a bad album, with that said, I never thought In Through the Out Door was a bad album either. I don't think Zep ever made a bad album, but I have to admit, I've never listened to Coda. Not sure if Coda even counts as a legitimate Zep album.
I totally agree on the fact that Zep never made a bad album. Actually, they never failed to deliver a wimpless album, unlike other overrated acts like Queen (Freddie was a genius, by the way !) with their albums containing silly disco songs which should've been written by any silly boy band (e.g. the silly wimpy Radio Gaga and the like).
 

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I totally agree on the fact that Zep never made a bad album. Actually, they never failed to deliver a wimpless album, unlike other overrated acts like Queen (Freddie was a genius, by the way !) with their albums containing silly disco songs which should've been written by any silly boy band (e.g. the silly wimpy Radio Gaga and the like).
Sounds like you and I are going to get along great.
 
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