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"Communication Breakdown" is a song by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, from their 1969 debut album Led Zeppelin. This blistering proto-punk anthem was inspired the Eddie Cochran song "Nervous Breakdown".

It subsequently influenced Johnny Ramone's "all-downstroke" style of guitar playing.

Page developed the riff during the band's first tour in Scandinavia, when they were still playing as The New Yardbirds. It was one of the first songs Jimmy Page and Robert Plant worked on together. The pounding guitar riff… read more

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  • O punk nasceu aqui
  • v said the one being born 1989 :D
  • Speakers all over the apartment, some good friends, some good hash, Zep rattling the windows, the cops at the door, it was the f**king 70's and it was FANTASTIC.[2]
  • great song :D
  • my first Lp all those years ago still got them
  • Best song ever!
  • Great sound.
  • Jimmy's guitar solo is simply AWESOME!
  • Speakers all over the apartment, some good friends, some good hash, Zep rattling the windows, the cops at the door, it was the f**king 70's and it was FANTASTIC.
  • What a shrieking gouging glorious reverberation!

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