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Released: November 1969

Is there a track in the world as gloriously filthy as this? The writhing and riff heavy opener to Led Zeppelin’s best album ('Led Zeppelin II') never received a UK single release but shifted millions of copies in the US. Theremins, drum solos, saucy sex-obsessed gasps – on paper in shouldn’t work. But this is Led Zep, so of course it does.

 
 

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