“Heartbreaker” is a melody from English rock band Led Zeppelin’s 1969 album, Led Zeppelin II. It was credited to each of the four members from the band, recorded at A&R Recording and Atlantic Studios in New York City amid the band’s second concert tour through North America, and designed by Eddie Kramer.

This song opens the second side of the album and highlights a guitar riff by Jimmy Page. It additionally incorporates an spontaneous unaccompanied solo, using a pull-off technique, which was voted the 16th most greatest guitar solo ever by Guitar World magazine. “Heartbreaker” was positioned number 328 out of 2004 by Rolling Stone magazine, in their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

Here’s a video of ‘Heartbreaker’ performed by the Nepali band “Newaz” featuring Titty Twister. Check out the video below: