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The Song Remains the Same is the soundtrack live album of the concert film of the same name by the English rock band Led Zeppelin. The album was originally released in 1976, before being remastered and re-issued in 2007.

The recording of the album and the film took place during three nights of concerts at New York's Madison Square Garden, during the band's 1973 concert tour of the United States. All songs were recorded by Eddie Kramer using the Wally… read more



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  • Dazed and Confused owns this album.
  • The version of The Rain Song on this album must be one of the most beautiful things humankind has ever had the pleasure of listening to.
  • [original release] I don't have enough words to describe how much this album amuses me. It blows my mind every time. Actually, to me this is one of the ultimate live albums of rock n roll history, along with Live at Leeds (The Who) and many others... I kinda feel happy for mankind because this exists.
  • so long winded. disappointing, stick to studio recordings and sessions.
  • @GregCano Yeah I thought the same regarding the "Achilles Last Stand"-bits :D I just love the version of Dazed and Confused on that album, it's nearly unbelievable what these four guys have done on stage...
  • Tagging this with "heavy metal" is just weird...
  • @ Dequis I don't see how this album could be boring, it captures the true Cosmic Energy of a Led Zeppelin show and the boxed set is amazing. Yet, after seeing the cynical rubbish on your profile, it's understandable how you could miss it.
  • That's because Kevin Shirley "remastered" them.
  • Unfortunately the actual bands for the most part, the quality of the song don't remains the same : (
  • Awesome album.

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