Presence is the seventh studio album by English rock band, Led Zeppelin. Presence was released on 31 March 1976 through Swan Song Records. Even though the album received mixed reviews from critics and sold slower than the their other studio album, guitarist Jimmy Page called Presence the band's "most important" album and proved that they would continue despite their turmoil. The band wrote and recorded the album during troubling times in their history, as lead singer Robert Plant was still recovering from serious injuries that he had suffered in a car accident.
|Studio album by|
|Released||October 17, 2000|
|Genre||Hard rock, blues rock|
|Led Zeppelin chronology|
|1.||"Achilles Last Stand"||10:25|
|2.||"For Your Life"||6:24|
- Cameron Crowe's essay in The Complete Studio Recordings (1993).
- "Led Zeppelin August-September Tour Postponed Following Auto Accident of Lead Singer Robert Plant and His Family on Greek Island". Led Zeppelin. Retrieved 2014-06-21.