|1. Achilles last stand|
|2. For your life|
|3. Royal Orleans|
|4. Nobody's fault but mine|
|5. Candy store rock|
|6. Hots on for nowhere|
|7. Tea for one|
Jimmy Page has always said that Presence was his greatest achievement - if only for his physical work on it, but it is not Zep's greatest piece. It does contain the classic masterwork "Achilles Last Stand" and "Nobody's Fault but Mine" but people seeking the same dynamic Zep experience as their previous 6 albums should really look elsewhere first.
Presence is a straightforward album with nice guitar riffs and subdued vocals. It feels like a jam session - as opposed to Zep's previous crafted songs. "Achilles' Last Stand" is the exception. "For your Life" is another great Zep track and sums up the band's tone at the time.
For the uninitiated, Presence will be a shocker. For the fans, this album gets better with time.
In 1976, Led Zeppelin released their seventh studio album, the oddly-entitled Presence. Read more