10 Things You Didn't Know About Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti

Jimmy Page gives MOJO new insights into his band's 1975 masterpiece. Just in time for MOJO 257's US onsale.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti

“WE WERE ALL trying to push each other, to create something that hadn’t been heard before,” Jimmy Page tells us in MOJO 257 of the band’s intentions behind their landmark album, Physical Graffiti. MOJO’s Jimmy Page Signature Cover – part of the Led Zeppelin Limited Vinyl Edition package. Click image for more info.

North American MOJO readers can now read that interview in full, with MOJO magazine now onsale coast to coast, a development we celebrate with 10 extra-strength Physical Graffiti facts, straight from the source. See below.

Don’t forget that MOJO 257’s Led Zep cover story is complemented by our bespoke Physical Graffiti Redrawn covers album, featuring the likes of Mark Kozelek's Sun Kil Moon, White Denim and Laura Marling and more covering each track of the acclaimed album.

What’s more, in 196 branches of Barnes & Noble you can buy a limited double-vinyl edition of the album, which is accompanied by a Page-signature edition of the magazine and a replica poster. Click for a list of stockists – or order it online now, while stocks last.

And here are those 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Physical Graffiti.

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For more on the band's 40th anniversary edition of Physical Graffiti, overseen by Jimmy Page, visit www.ledzeppelin.com.