Led Zeppelin’s ‘Communication Breakdown’ Just Got Even More Shred-Tastic Than Ever Before!
A Song That Just Got Better With Age!
If you’re even remotely a fan of Led Zeppelin, then you can probably attest to the fact that Communication Breakdown is one of the best pure rock songs of our time. It’s fast, shredding, hard hitting, and all of the above. It’s one of the songs that defined the band in the early start of their career. They have since gone on to be a legendary ensemble with a legacy that is rarely matched. So that means that an uncut/rare version of this song is definitely something to get excited about!
What you’re about to listen to is an unheard version of Communication Breakdown that was recorded live on the 4th of January, 1971 at the Paris Theatre. This is a raw uncut version of the song that was voluntarily dug up by Led Zeppelin themselves.
What do you think of this version? Do you like it better than the original version? Or do you still prefer the old one? They both definitely hold their own from start to finish, yet they both are distinctly different. One is a carefully refined recorded masterpiece, the other is a result of a masterfully good performance. Either way, enjoy!