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Led Zeppelin - Presence album mp3

  • Performer: Led Zeppelin
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Presence
  • Released: 1976
  • Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1168 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1938 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 498


Led Zeppelin - Presence (1976).

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Presence is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released by Swan Song Records on 31 March 1976.

When Led Zeppelin 's Presence was released on March 31, 1976 it was another instant N. hit, going gold in the UK (platinum in the US) on advance sales alone, and becoming the fastest-selling album in the Atlantic Records group’s history. Depressing was hardly surprising

Presence is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released by Swan Song Records on 31 March 1976.

Band Name Led Zeppelin. Data de aparición 31 Marzo 1976. Labels Atlantic Records. Estilo MusicalHard Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum320. 1. Achilles Last Stand.

Created at a time of intense turmoil for Led Zeppelin - they scrapped a planned international tour in the wake of Robert Plant's car accident in Greece in August 1975 - Presence is a strange, misshapen beast of a record that pulls upon its own tension. With Plant somewhat on the sidelines - he recorded many of the vocals while in a wheelchair - Jimmy Page reasserted himself as the primary creative force in the band, helping steer Presence toward a guitar-heavy complexity, perched halfway between a return to roots and unfettered prog.

Led Zeppelin’s seventh studio album, Presence, was a direct departure from the grandiose and majestic rock sound developed on their self titled series. Recorded while Robert Plant recovered from a car accident, the albums simplistic style was likely due to the bands state during that time period. As he began to face financial issues, Plant traveled abroad and began to work ideas for the album with Jimmy Page.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Achilles Last Stand
A2 For Your Life
A3 Royal Orleans
Written-By – John Bonham, John Paul Jones
B1 Nobody's Fault But Mine
B2 Candy Store Rock
B3 Hots On For Nowhere
B4 Tea For One

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Swan Song
  • Copyright (c) – Swan Song
  • Recorded At – Musicland Studios
  • Mixed At – Musicland Studios
  • Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.


  • Design [Object Design, Graphics] – George Hardie
  • Engineer – Keith Hardwood*
  • Engineer [Tape] – Jeremy Gee
  • Executive-Producer – Peter Grant
  • Mixed By – Keith Hardwood*
  • Photography By – Aubrey Powell, Peter Christopherson
  • Photography By [Retouching] – Richard Manning
  • Producer, Written-By – Jimmy Page
  • Sleeve – Hardie*, Hipgnosis
  • Written-By – Robert Plant


This release has no title or band name on the cover. This was originally (When released) factory-sealed with a sticker on the cover with the band name and album title.
The Sleeve is Not Embossed
"Made in UK" on labels.
Recorded and mixed at Musicland Studios, Munich, West Germany
Printed And Made In England On Inner Sleeve
An example of The embossed sleeve.
The spine on first pressings only is in a darker black, subsequent pressings are in a slightly lighter black/grey.
Subsequent pressings had the title printed in grey and no raised lettering.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): SSK-59402-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Written): W-10
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Written, Variation): W-6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): SSK-59402-B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): SSK-59402-A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): SSK-59402-B2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SSK 59402 Led Zeppelin Presence ‎(LP, Album, Emb) Swan Song SSK 59402 UK 1976
W 859402 Led Zeppelin Presence ‎(8-Trk, Album) Swan Song W 859402 Italy 1976
CSS 8416 Led Zeppelin Presence ‎(Cass, Album) Swan Song CSS 8416 Canada Unknown
SS 8416 Led Zeppelin Presence ‎(LP, Album, Club) Swan Song SS 8416 US 1976
SWS CS 8416 0797 Led Zeppelin Presence ‎(Cass, Album, Pin) Swan Song SWS CS 8416 0797 US 1976



Windbearer Windbearer
My least favourite; a bit of a background music release. Damaged sleeve but record clear with v little crackle.
BroWelm BroWelm
The cover picture was taken at a London boat show indoors!
Lesesshe Lesesshe
Hi, I am not sure wether the very first UK issues of presence have an embossed sleeve or just a sticker with the title on as shown above, as i heard elsewhere that the first sleeves with the stickers were German. I used to have an issue with with an embossed gatefold sleeve, with the ssk 59402 a1/b1 stamped matrices. I thought it was an original issue but now i'm not so sure. I'm thinking of replacing it because it's a great album, but really I'd like to get an original UK first pressing. If anyone could point me in the right direction that would be great, Thanks.
Cordabor Cordabor
A Blast. With their own "Swan Song Records Label" Led Zeppelin simply bring their awesome sound to levels of psychic bliss.
Yndanol Yndanol
No comments toward the music on this album yet?, allow me to be the first. This album is undoubtedly overlooked and underrated in comparison to Zeppelin's other works, in my opinion. Mainly, I review here upon two very significant tracks, Nobody's fault but mine and Achilles last stand. Firstly, Nobody's fault was such a breath of fresh air in so many ways because it is a rare moment in which a rock band has been able to rise above the growing trend most successful "hard" rock bands had to battle with in the mid 70's which was the necessity to broaden both musically and commercially in appeal. This was done by recording conceptual or, in a sense, "rock opera" influenced tracks which Zeppelin was doing on most of the previous 2 albums. Sample tracks like Song remains the same, Dyer maker, trampled under foot or Kashmir to understand my statement.In recording Nobodys fault they were able to again produce a sound which is original to their roots and quite possibly was the last time they featured great Hard rockin' guitar riffs successfully. As for Achilles last stand, this track will never be considered thier "greatest" nor will it go down as the most popular or commercially successful. With that being said, it is significant because it featured a formula and style which would be used by Cliff Burton and Metallica just a few years later, although i'm not sure if there was any direct influence. Many would argue that the extreme length of hard rock tracks isnt good for the attention span of the listener, as is witnessed with many early Metallica fans cries that their tracks were starting to bore them. In my opinion, however, I feel like tracks like Creeping Death, Call of Ktulu and Master of Puppets were proof that a rock band could sustain enough high level energy and also contain a set of complex transitions throughout an extended period without sounding repetitive or worn out. They were done in a way which, after a multitude of hearings, allows the listener to journey into areas that only classical pieces of music would venture to, almost taking us into a trance-like state.Achilles was the blueprint for this style along with most of the stuff Rush had released by the 80's. Sadly, in todays age, there is nothing remotely close to what Rush, Zeppelin or Metallica was attempting to produce which is a true sign of our synthetic reality, in which short attention spans dominate the audience which music artists are producing for these days.
Shaktiktilar Shaktiktilar
The black obelisk in the jacket images supposedly represents the powerful force and presence that surrounded Led Zeppelin. The jacket's designer (Hipgnosis) created a series of ten prints (taken right out of 1950s Life magazines), mostly involving conservative-looking families, interrupted by the “presence” in the form of the black obelisk called The Object. Swan Song actually copyrighted The Object in 1976. The promotion for the album centered around it; Swan Song sent out a limited edition of 1,000 three-dimensional models of it. Today those originals routinely sell for over $1,000.